It’s no surprise that yet another celebrity shoe trend stars French designer Christian Louboutin. His fall ’15 collection features the Toerless Muse, which is becoming the latest red carpet go-to style.
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Just last night, actress Amanda Seyfried paired the triple t-strap pumps with a Mugler minidress for her premiere of “Ted 2″ in Los Angeles.
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Kendall Jenner is also a fan of the same style. The model attended the Fragrance Foundation Awards in New York last week in the Louboutin Toerless heels.
Rihanna, the first celebrity to sport the heels on the red carpet, wore them for her show stopping entrance to the 2015 Met Gala. The singer donned the style, but in standout gold glitter.
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“Whether I’m more trendy or less trendy [than before]. I don’t question myself. I’m excited about my work, and that keeps me going. It’s important that people like what I’m doing, but I don’t necessarily want to evaluate my work through other people’s eyes,” Louboutin told FN in an exclusive interview last year.
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Either way, it looks like Louboutin continues to be on trend. Celebrities constantly choose the designer for their press tour appearances, and at the CFDA Awards, both Amanda Seyfried and Janelle Monae couldn’t stay away from the same shoe — opting for Christian Louboutin Benedetta metallic sandals.
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Whether it’s for lingerie or shoes, the term “nude” is a pretty vague description. Often, a single shade is intended to represent all women, while it’s clear that we come in a diverse range of skin tones. But things are finally beginning to change.
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The latest example: luxury shoe designer Christian Louboutin announced in April that it was launching an extended nude collection, with five shades that range from fair blush to rich chestnut. Now, the brand is going a step further with two more styles (the Deepik and Dorissima) and additional colors arriving in August.
If you’ve been saving up for a pair of the designer heels, follow Monsieur Louboutin’s advice and “bare all and go nude.” Because while the brand’s iconic red soles will remain, the body of each stiletto will look decidedly different. Read on for a sneak peek at the new styles, plus the full range of nude shoes already available to shop.
June 26, 2015 /