Still inspired by work of the most famous painters, world-class shoes designer Christian Louboutin collaborates once again with photographer Peter Lippmann to present the more ‘artsy’ new campaign of Christian Louboutin Spring Summer 2014 collection. This time, their source of inspiration is impressionist painting masterpiece featuring a vibrant and pretty juxtaposition of the brand’s dazzling shoes and accessories against the floral décor.
By looking at this campaign, even for accessory’s campaign, if it is created by great designers, and manufactured by meticulous craftsmen, the result can surely be considered a work of art. This campaign has the most extraordinary Baroque-style paintings that primarily showcase some of the Louboutin’s selections that perfectly camouflages in a painting of Claude Monet, Henri Fantin-Latour and Vincent Van Gogh. The colors are vibrant, bright as are the flowers, glittery lace-up shoes, court shoes, pumps and shiny sandals, while pastel colors dominates on the bags.
As for the new Spring Summer 2014 collection, from bright summery colors such as red, turquoise, fuchsia, baby pink, cobalt, and yellow to the neutrals of black, white, and beige to colorful prints and sophisticated details, the line-ups are very beautiful with elements of modern and classic. There are also some fabulous pieces in metallic – gold and silver – offering gladiator sandals, pumps, stiletto, flats, and summer boots.
This is not the first time the American creative, photographer and artist Peter Lipmann continues the theme of the masterpieces of the world art with Louboutin. They have also collaborated before for Fall Winter 2013 campaign, which inspired by the work of Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens. See the complete Christian Louboutin Fall Winter 2013 campaign at the gallery.