Inside an unremarkable building in east London resides the Christian Louboutin press office. But as soon as you step through the door you notice red carpeted stairs. It's all looking a bit plusher. More like what you might expect from Louboutin.
It's the foot-wear label of most people's dreams, and when you picture a Louboutin shoe you probably picture a spindly sky-scraper heel don't you? I do. Or at least I did until I set eyes on the designer's AW10 collection and realised how much more he has to offer.
The new look Louboutin heel
My favourite - thicker heel in electric blue
The Strictly Come Dancing shoe...Or is it Dancing On Ice? I don't know but you get the idea.
The unfathomably expensive shoe (each crystal / stud is attached by hand. Does that justify a price tag which is pushing £2000?)
The trainers I might actually be able to work. (FYI they have the Louboutin trademark red sole)
The velvet lace-up - proving Christian Louboutin can make a flat as desirable as a 9 inch heel.