Christian Louboutin Expands Nude Shoe Collection with Two New Shades.

Elite shoe designer proves once again nude goes beyond the shade beige.

Adriana Lozano

Adriana Lozano

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Adriana Lozano is a creative type with a passion for writing, fashion, traveling and art (not necessarily in that order). She is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in English in hopes to become a published writer and author.
Adriana Lozano

Every fashionista knows a classic nude pump is essential to every modern day women’s wardrobe, and thanks to elite shoe designer Christian Louboutin’s Nudes Collection, the search for the perfect skin tone nude is over. The shoe-line, which made its first debut in 2013 with 5 nude shades has now been updated to 7 exclusive shades that includes Nude #1 (porcelain) and Nude #7 (deep chocolate).

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The red-bottom designer told The Huffington Post:

“The nude collection is dedicated to people who want to have great legs, to have a great silhouette not necessarily to emphasize the shoe. If you look at the shoe, it looks good, if you don’t look at the shoe, if you don’t see the details, it’s all about the legs; it’s all about the person. It’s great for when you are just thinking of yourself, when you’re not thinking of being dressed. It keeps you undressed in a way.”

The Nudes Collection was originally inspired by a member of Louboutin’s design team. The designer recalls the epiphytical moment as stated on his website:

“I’ve always done a Nude shoe but only using the color beige. However, it was the blunt statement, “beige is not the colour of my skin,” echoed by a team member that prompted him to transform Nudes from a colour to a concept.

The classic shoe styles in the collection varies from ballet flats, T-strap pumps and half d’orsay pumps in each shade. Unfortunately the line of shoes can break the bank with a hefty price tag ranging $595-$875, but we should have already known due to the brand’s tight exclusivity and prestigiousness. Nonetheless, at least 4 styles have already sold out in the past few days.

The designer plans on expanding the collection by launching more nude shades within the next year.

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