Sunday, August 15, 2010

Christian Louboutin’s trademark

Christian Louboutin designed dozens of styles with heel heights of 120mm (4.72 inches) or higher,and helped to bring stilettos back into fashion in the 1990s and 2000s.His professed goal is to “make a woman look sexy, beautiful, to make her legs look as long as he can.” While he does offer some lower-heeled styles, Louboutin is generally associated with his dressier eveningwear designs incorporating bejeweled straps, bows, feathers, patent leather and other, similar decorative touches.
Louboutin received inspiration for his lethal-looking stilettos from an incident that occurred in his early twenties. He had visited a museum and noticed that there was a sign that forbade women to enter while wearing sharp stilettos, for fear of damage to the extensive wood flooring. This image stayed in his mind, and he later used this idea in his designs. “I wanted to defy that,” “I wanted to create something that broke rules and made women feel confident and empowered.”Louboutin has said.
In his U.S. trademark application, Louboutin explains the inception of the signature red soles:”Christian Louboutin Pumps In 1992 I incorporated the red sole into the design of my shoes. This happened by accident as I felt that the shoes lacked energy so I applied red nail polish to the sole of a shoe. This was such a success that it became a permanent fixture.”Christian Louboutin Sandals So now this shoe can have so beautiful signature: red sole shoes

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