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Christian Louboutin Shoepeak Series Spring-Summer 2017

Christian Louboutin Shoepeak Spring-Summer 2017.  It is that time of the year to cuddle up, look a beautiful shoes by Christian Louboutin.  

This Accessory Saturday  think of shoes and have a marathon of one of your old favorite T.V. shows.   Like Twin Peaks.  

Christian Louboutin Shoepeak Spring-Summer 2017

The shoe designer had the same idea and teamed up with David Lynch for the ShoePeaks.

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Christian Louboutin Shoepeak Spring-Summer 2017

Watch as they bring to life a kinky little film to heat up your feet for the holiday.  With a little fashion, high heels and suspense just like the TV series.

The French shoe designer wants wanted us to share the exclusive for the Spring-Summer 2017 season: the Shoepeak. Fetish-inspired collection designed by the creator of the red sole and David Lynch in 2007.   ShoePeaks takes its name from the cult series Twin Peaks created by the director in the 90s.

Christian Louboutin Shoepeak Spring-Summer 2017

Lacquered black metal or polished gold metal, Shoepeak is a tribute to the iconic Christian Louboutin So Kate.  The shoes are recognisable thanks to two red soles and sculptural curves.

Both minaudières are staged in a series of photographs and short animations videos made by the Berlin photographers Billy & Hells.  If you are a fan of the show and it’s come back you will also be a fan of this collection too. This and more available this Spring Summer 2017. 

 

Photos: Christian Louboutin Shoepeak Spring-Summer 2017

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