Christian Louboutin is known for being bold and playful and the Loubitag collection is clear proof of this. The designer employed some joie de vivre and created luxury handbags and shoes, which every woman will want in her wardrobe.
The Loubitag collection is full of inscriptions, colours and ornamentation, and every item imparts a message. This is just the thing to catch the eye of every client shopping at this deluxe fashion house. No one wants to miss it. The collection is literally an adornment and jewel. The inscriptions on the handbags are made mainly from beads and appear truly deluxe. Their message is clear, direct and unique.
The deluxe handbags and shoes prove that life is full of beautiful and wonderful moments and also things that make it more beautiful and happier. The men’s and women’s shoe collections are made with love and represent the spirit of the designer himself. The entire collection tells a story and expresses emotions.
Open, distinctive eyes, pastel coloured hearts and other playful details embody the style and philosophy of Louboutin. An enthusiasm for people and fantastic imagination are expressed in the handbags, purses, pumps, tennis shoes and other irresistible items. Everything is based either on black or white, both of which are excellent base colours.
Don’t forget that each item from the collection is exclusive and it is clear that it will make its mark in history. Not everyone will be able to buy these beautiful shoes or handbags, but these accessories will become valuable items for their owners. Whether they are pumps, a handbag or tennis shoes: each of them imparts and shows a different message and this is unique! The designer worked hard on the messages and on the details.
The Loubitag collection, which bears the motto “Every woman must have this in her wardrobe”, literally made me laugh. Its advertising spot entertained me with its absolute naivety and is actually pleasantly playful, but that is probably the only strong point of this work.
What do I see? Simply handbags, shoes and purses, with “machine” created texts, which unfortunately look like they were made by primary school children. (Isn’t child labour forbidden?).
In my opinion no woman should wear kitsch like this! Unless she wants to look like a performer from Circus Berousek on Letenská plan. Full stop!