Christian Louboutin Shoes Spring 2015 Campaign

For the real shoe lovers, especially for those who can’t imagine their style without killer towering heels, those iconic red-soled shoes mean really a lot. Even if you aren’t a fan of high-heeled shoes and prefer comfort over sexiness, you are sure to instantly fall in love with the newest Christian Louboutin shoes spring/summer 2015 collection, coming packed with lots of eye-feasting colors and seductive designs. Shot by Peter Lippman, the campaign of the legendary designer’s new collection shows a woman’s sexy long legs in water, suggesting you should never take off your Louboutins even when taking a bath. Accordingly, the campaign has been “baptized” with the name of “Water in Love” and it undoubtedly looks creative and extremely artistic just like any new ad campaign released by the brand.

Christian Louboutin Shoes Spring 2015 Campaign

Color is the primary focus of the entire Christian Louboutin spring/summer 2015 collection, whether it’s a pair of breathtaking shoes or a stylish bag. This summer dare to accessorize your looks with touches of green, purple, red, yellow, fuchsia, turquoise and blue, since they have always been envisioned in the newest Louboutin designs. Any piece you acquire from this collection is sure to drop a bomb of excitement and life to your wardrobe, making the styling of your looks so easy. Even the most monotonous and boring looks can look energizing and fresh when accessorized with these iconic pieces.

With aquatic themes being the main inspiration source for the Christian Louboutin shoes spring/summer 2015 collection, the wavy “Mirage” stiletto in a juicy turquoise shade is the queen of the entire line. It’s innovative, completely outstanding and it has so much power to build up show-stopping looks. Other than that, the collection has used a number of other inspiration sources too, from Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita to the architecture of the American Southwest.

Christian Louboutin Shoes Spring 2015 Campaign

Christian Louboutin Shoes Spring 2015 Campaign

Besides the invigorating colors, the designs come embellished with lots of curious textures, bold fringes, prints and pattern, studs and jewels that only add to the uniqueness of the pieces. Versatility is also a key point here, as besides the traditional Louboutin stilettos, the collection also features comfy sneakers, wdge sandals and slip-ons again stamped with the same red soles.

The Christian Louboutin shoes spring/summer 2015 campaign also makes a nod to the designer’s new collection of high-end nail lacquers, picturing the stiletto-inspired nail polishes that the model is using to create the classiest red nail look while enjoying the bath. How can one resist the temptation of acquiring at least one piece pictured in these photos?

Christian Louboutin Shoes Spring 2015 Campaign

Christian Louboutin Shoes Spring 2015 Campaign

Photos courtesy of Christian Louboutin

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