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If Devil wears Prada, the odds is that he use Louboutin shoes! Literally speaking… Amongst a strictly footwear world, fashion and design means Christian Louboutin. The brand that he created is considered the most prestigious, luxurious and stylish women footwear, and for the past 6 years, Christian Louboutin and photographer Peter Lippmann (New York born but Paris raised, and celebrated photographer, known for his painterly and atmospheric images) have been collaborating together for its campaign.
To celebrate its Louboutin’s Spring-Summer 2014 collection, Peter Lippmann looked towards European art, this time drawing inspiration from some of the masterpieces of Impressionism: paintings by great masters as Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Paul Cezanne and Vincent van Gogh, where real flowers were recreated , serving as a backdrop for the equally colourful shoes and handbags from Louboutin’s latest collection.
The result is truly stunning, since the images look like real paintings, not to mention the fact that the colours and forms of the shoes match the paintings perfectly, as if they were part of the originals in the first place.
The project was shot over the course of four days with the help of stylist Marie Noelle Perriau and assistant Quentin Reytinas.
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