Christian Louboutin Disconoeud 140mm Black Satin

    Christian Louboutin Disconoeud 140mm Black Satin

  • Model: Louboutin_0759
  • 769 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Christian Louboutin Sandals
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    Heel Height: 5.5 inches approx. - 140 mm approx.

    Arch: 3.9 inches approx. - 100 mm approx.

    Platform Height: 1.6 inches approx. - 40 mm approx.


    MATERIAL:Satin"Noeud," or French for bow, is a one of Monsieur Louboutin's most elegant and feminine design elements. This sky-high strappy sandal, finished with a "noeud," is coquettish and charming.Different people wear the same shoes will bring us differentfeeling.However,when ladies wear christian louboutin Sandals walk in the street,they will full of charming charm and fashion vigor,it is hard for people to take their eyes off them.I believe it is the right time for you to add much flavor to your daily life.Amanda Seyfried is featured in the March 2012 issue of Glamour wearing Christian Louboutin Disconoeud bow embellished sandals.Louboutin shoes are one of the world's most recognizable fashion items, and have been worn by celebrities from Angelina Jolie to French first lady Carla Bruni. The most popular style is 5 inches high, and his exhibition includes many theatrical boots and shoes with even higher heels. These sandals are from the Spring 2012 collection and have also been worn by Inna Modja on the red carpet. I love this sandal and it’s on my wish list. It’s such a cute shoe & I really hope Emma Stone or Emma Watson wears this on the red carpet.The retrospective exhibition at London's Design Museum traces Louboutin's rise from a teenager fascinated by the feathered costumes of Paris's cabaret showgirls to his stints at YSL and Chanel to setting up his first boutique in 1991. It also gives a glimpse into his creative process from sketch to execution, as well as including creations designed for a 2008 exhibition with director David Lynch which examines shoes as fetish objects.

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