Christian Louboutin Espadrilles…the perfect summer shoe?

Louboutin lovers, you’ll want to sit down for this one. Everyone knows the hottest shoe around this summer is an espadrille. The style has made a comeback faster than the last time autumn winter was overtaken by clunky clogs. While everyone from Chanel to Bottega Veneta seems to have dipped their toes into the espadrille fountain for summer funds, there…
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Diane Kruger covers Canada’s Flare Magazine April 2013

Diane Kruger is stealing the show for April 2013 on the cover of Canada’s Flare Magazine. The actress looks like a Hollywood starlet who has stepped straight out the 1940’s. Wearing a floral dress, paired with a Chanel handbag and a pair of classic Christian Louboutins, Kruger is killing it with this cover. Is it wrong we’re secretly hoping one…
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Vitamin LouBi… Christian Louboutin’s window cure for the winter blues

If you’ve walked past your local Christian Louboutin shop lately you will have noticed the windows sporting a shiny new concept. In fact, you might have scratched your head wondering why your local pharmacy had replaced your favourite shoe store. Look a little bit closer. Those giant packs of pills, filled with “Vitamin LouBi” are actually advertising the best cure…
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Outfit du Jour: Louboutin Clutch Love mixed with some newbies

The Elder Statesman Herringbone cashmere sweater £985 Biyan Martijn embellished canvas pencil skirt £1,045  Christian Louboutin Loubiposh spiked patent-leather clutch £595  Pierre Hardy Canvas and leather sandals £345
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Serious Shoe Love: Christian Louboutin Guerilla 120 Studded Leather Ankle Boots

Christian Louboutin’s Guerilla 120 studded Leather Ankle Boots…who will be the first to wear them? That’s the first question that comes to mind. While I wish I was the first to step out in these “bad girl” beauties, I have a feeling someone will most certainly beat me to the punch. My money’s on someone like Cheryl Cole who will…
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