Christian Louboutin uses fish hooks and $2 cans of sardines to sell shoes that can run as high as $1,400 per pair. What does it mean? We may be in the Age of Foodism's twilight, and one of the signs is the outmigration of food imagery into every other field, in many cases used for its positive ap ... More >>
Sharyn JacksonEven the hair had to wait in line at LouboutinFashion's Night Out, despite sounding grammatically incorrect when spoken, is a hugely successful idea. There's amazing talent and food and some decent freebies, but for the most part it encourages pretty people to dress up, buy stuf ... More >>
Moshe BilletMoshe Billet found a black leather peep-toe Christian Louboutin pump at 96th Street and Broadway on June 23. Knowing Louboutins are expensive ($600-$800) and that someone was probably upset to have lost it, he posted an ad on Craigslist and messages on Facebook and Twitter, as wel ... More >>
Okay, we're just assuming that the rather pricey single shoes recently found in the streets of Manhattan are due to some rather drunken single lady behavior. Why else would one allow a $600 shoe to simply fall from a presumably well-pedicured foot and then lie in the street unclaimed? Why not ... More >>
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Clubbers are people, too. Nightlife denizens give thanks.