The Parisian shoe designer has taken another look at the nude shoe, and is offering customers a choice of colors to match their skin tone, part of a growing trend.
For a long time we've been describing shoes (and other clothing items) as "nude", without thinking twice about what exactly nude means, when for plenty of luxury consumers, so-called nude items provide certain contrast to their own nude skin tone.
Now Christian Louboutin has stepped in with a range of new nude shoes, hitting select stores this month, designed to more fully match a range of human skin colors. Five classic Louboutin styles (including the celebrity red carpet favorite, the Pigalle model) have been reimagined in five new nude shades from a light blush to a dark chestnut color.
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