The grand opening celebration of Christian Louboutin’s first San Francisco boutique highlighted a week’s worth of events in the San Francisco Bay Area that also included Graff saluting the inaugural Art Silicon Valley/San Francisco, a PlumpJack Reserve Winemaker Dinner and the First Look at the Napa Valley Film Festival.
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When one door closes, another opens. This was especially true in Los Angeles this week, which saw the openings of a David Yurman boutique in Glendale, the announcement of Villa Blanca’s closing and Petra Stunt’s listing of The Manor. Here is everything you might have missed this week in the City of Angels.
Christian Louboutin has arrived in San Francisco! The French footwear designer’s latest boutique opens at 29 Maiden Lane in Union Square, just steps away from Prada, Chanel, Marc Jacob among many others.
The die-hard celebrities who love Christian Louboutin headed to Chateau Marmont last week for a luxe luncheon celebrating the brand’s new handbag collection.
Strut the halls of high school—or Soho—in style. Luxury designer Christian Louboutin recently unveiled a colorful new backpack, perfect for lugging books or adding add a touch of whimsy to any outfit. The haute bookbag features supple white leather framed in a bold red trim with…Read The Full Post
Get ready to bid for a cause! Sotheby’s upcoming (RED) auction, which benefits the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, will be held in New York City on Nov. 23. Apple’s Jony Ive and designer Marc Newson spend the last year curating the…Read The Full Post
SAKS is using its fashionable influence to benefit the Jackson Memorial Foundation’s Guardian Angels for the Holtz Children’s Hospital, all while introducing Miami shoe lovers to Christian Louboutin’s 2013 Collection. On Tuesday, March 12 from 6 to 8 p.m. guests are welcome to the SAKS…Read The Full Post
French fashion brand Christian Louboutin has launched its new “Tattoos to Measure” bespoke embroidery service for me at the Los Angeles, New York, Paris and London locations. The service was launched this week at West Hollywood’s newly opened Christian Louboutin’s Men’s boutique, where customers can order custom-made Louboutins inspired by their own tattoos.
Forget about dreams of a white Christmas, designer Christian Louboutin knows that New Yorkers really want to kick up their heels and paint the town red! Studio XAG has created makeshift Christmas trees from the iconic red-soled shoes, which are currently being featured at Christian…Read The Full Post
Though famously known for his red-soled women’s shoes, Christian Louboutin has an extremely successful men’s line as well and the brand has begun to open male-focused stores across the U.S., with a show “tattoo” parlor included.