The Christian Louboutin 2018 Love capsule sees the introduction of embroidery and graffiti to spell the timeless four-letter word. Boots, sneakers, ballet flats, and bags alike send a meaningful message.
Paying tribute to Princess Diana in 1992 and dreamed up a pair of shoes that would make her smile when she looked down at her feet. A fresh take on Christian Louboutin’s tribute to Lady Diana, this ankle boot with a silver-studded toe is inspired by Haddaway’s 1993 hit single “What is Love,” in which the Trinidadian-German singer famously demands “Baby, don’t hurt me.”
The Crazy Love print is a reinterpretation of the iconic Love shoes designed in 1991. Easy and elegant, it makes its mark with its chic and dynamic design.
The iconic styles have been designed like a piece of art this season, reviving the subtly rethought Love inscription.
Christian Louboutin let’s the world know your heart is brimming with love, whose letters are spelled out in a colorful graffiti print. In a fresh take on a tribute to Lady Diana in one of Louboutin’s first collections, a colorful graffiti print spells out the timeless word LOVE. Meanwhile, other styles are inspired by Haddaway’s 1993 hit single “What is Love,” in which the Trinidadian-German singer famously demands “Baby, don’t hurt me.”
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