How better to celebrate the Christmas season then with passionate red? Charlotte Olympia was very well aware that this would be spot on – and it was! Her playful Red for Rudolph campaign was entertaining and drew attention.
For this season full of magical atmosphere, love and celebrations, Charlotte Olympia created articles with sinfully high heels. We’d think that every woman must have legs for miles when she puts these on. The collection consists of simple Bacall pumps, the more exclusive Wallace model or the luxurious Dolly model with a gold platform.
Are you not a fan of extremely high heels? No problem. The British brand has also created items for those who like to stay grounded.
Are you a cat lover? Then the Red for Rudolph collection is just right for you. Cute flats, slippers and house shoes with cat heads, in shades of blue, black and red, will totally get you! If the items don’t seem colourful enough, Charlotte Olympia also offers a colourful wilderness with pineapples, dragons, zebras or flower gardens. But remember, less is more, so match the rest of your outfit with simpler pieces.
You can also get luxurious shoes and accessories for your relatives. Charlotte Olympia has created footwear for your children and added backpacks or shoulder bags – everything featuring the cat motif. The male population won’t be short-changed either – get your beloved some luxurious warm slip-ons with spider webs or cat ears.
No matter how crazy this collection is, we love it and give it a thumbs up!
First of all, I have to admit that I have never heard of the Charlotte Olympia brand before, and this collection is a “little big” first for me. After looking at all the items, I have a rather neutral feeling.
On one hand I really like the array of silver pumps with sinfully high heels. In particular, I adore the ones with the really thick and uniquely bent heel. They would probably turn me into a three-metre walking Godzilla, but with maximally long legs that not everybody has… But if a woman who measures 150 cm put on shoes like that, the result would be catastrophic. It might be comfortable to walk around town (even on the cobblestones in the city centre), but your legs would become walking silver hoofs!
The rest of the collection seemed like the shoe rack of a crazy “cat woman” to me. It’s fine for kids, but for a grown woman?! Probably not…