Christian Louboutin is a name literately every women knows, and his high heels are coveted by many. The master of high heels shows us how it’s done. He sat down with CNN to talk about the science behind his red-soled beauties, and says no heel is high enough.
In the article Louboutin also tell us how his shoes are a feat of custom engineering themselves, with metal rods placed inside to help keep precise balance in order to support the human weight. The actual support of his shoes, he said, is inspired mostly by architecture.
However, his influences are wide-ranging and the embellishments on his shoes are inspired by things as diverse as spider webs and fish scales. Believe it or not, he believes that there is no point wearing a shoe that makes your feet suffer. His shoes are specially cushioned to protect wearers from pain and pressure on the balls and arches of the feet. We thank him for that, and will continue to love and drool over every one of his designs.
Watch a video and read the full CNN article here: Christian Louboutin Reveals Science Behind Perfect High Heel