CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN S/S 2014 AD Campaign

The   new   Christian  Louboutin’s  AD   Campaign   for   S/S   2014   is   a   beautiful   blend   between   fashion   and   art , inspired   by   the   artworks   of   the   most   famous   painters   like  Cézanne , Monet ,  Fantin-Latour , Pissarro  and   Van   Gogh   and   captured   by    the   photographer   Peter   Lippmann . I   can’t   believe   that   these   shoes   and   bags   do   not   really   belong   to   these   masterpieces !

christian louboutin spring 2014 campaign5 Shoe Art: Christian Louboutins Painted Spring 2014 Campaign

christian louboutin spring 2014 campaign1 Shoe Art: Christian Louboutins Painted Spring 2014 Campaign

christian louboutin spring 2014 campaign3 Shoe Art: Christian Louboutins Painted Spring 2014 Campaign

christian louboutin spring 2014 campaign4 Shoe Art: Christian Louboutins Painted Spring 2014 Campaign

christian louboutin spring 2014 campaign6 Shoe Art: Christian Louboutins Painted Spring 2014 Campaign

christian louboutin spring 2014 campaign7 Shoe Art: Christian Louboutins Painted Spring 2014 Campaign

Images  via   Fashion  Gone  Rogue

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About Fashion's Cherry

Hello, friends, I'm Geri ! Welcome to my daily blog, a space where I will share with you everything that caught my eye in the World of Beauty & Fashion, because Fashion is definitely my Passion, or will "visit" together some of the coolest places around the world and will enjoy beautiful artworks , and not to miss treasures' hunt ................. In brief everything that can excite & inspire us to look and feel better !
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