Christian Louboutin chats with Rozan Ahmed about identity, passion and building a brand worth $2.7 billion from the ground up.
Hermès and Christian Louboutin are among those willing to pay skyrocketing rent for space in historic real estate.
Brands like Dries Van Noten and Hermès have turned a traditionally disposable makeup item into an ultra-luxe collectable product — with a price tag to match.
Hoping to draw attention to issues after they are no longer “trending,” Louboutin and Elba along with his wife, the model Sabrina Dhowre Elba, are donating 100 percent of the proceeds to charities focused on preventing racial injustice.
Just as he unveils his L'Exhibition[niste] showcase in Paris this week, the luxury footwear designer speaks with BoF’s Editor-in-Chief Imran Amed about transforming his namesake brand from a single-store enterprise into a global success.