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| by Zeina Tawfik

Christian Louboutin Windows Goes Egyptian

I always knew that Christian Louboutin had a strong connection to Egypt, he actually owns a houseboat on the Nile and another one nearby Luxor and Aswan, so I wasn't very surprised when I knew that the French shoe-master decided to declare his love for Egypt to the world! For the Autumn/Winter 2013 windows, Christian Louboutin has gone all the way to Ancient Egypt for inspiration and transformed his windows into Pharaonic mini temples. Sphinx, monuments, papyrus and hieroglyphics, you name it and you'll find it in Christian Louboutin's Autumn/Winter 2013 windows. I personally loved the imagination used in the windows presentation and the impeccable attention to detail, could you spot the Pharaonic women dressed in Louboutins? Just divine! Being a country that's home to one of the oldest civilizations of the world, it was only natural for Egypt to be a source of inspiration for a shoe designer like Christian Louboutin. Seeing the Christian Louboutin store windows across the world with its Ancient Egyptian setup is quite interesting, a chance to spread the Pharaonic heritage in a modern fashionable way. Walk like an Egyptian, only with your red soles on!




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