Creativity doesn’t need to be crafted out from a white paper, inspiration can come from an existing object and giving it an entire new meaning that nobody has ever thought of, simply by adding one or two twist. And if the result is amazingly stunning, then it deserves at least a standing ovation.
As for the Bottega Veneta Suede pumps, there’s much more to see than what our eyes can tell. Single colored in black and the subtle suede finishing gives a modern woman the feminine look that she needs to refined her elegance. Wear these pumps at work and match them with a delightful skirt. Just know that it’s not your fault if your taste in fashion starts to distract men, though the sculpted details on the heels gives you a ‘red bull’ kind-of-boost in confidence, which makes you walk differently. And I love the fold up detailing on the back, it’s that little twist that makes it entirely original. At Bottega Veneta for $520.
Each contains colors and textures representing their personalities, from Holdo’s elegant burgundy into the shining silver of Phasma’s armor. The art piece is comprehensive, lively, and as Luke Skywalker will state, “full of surprises” — it has thrusters plus a concealed cockpit. StarWars.com called Louboutin to discuss the making of the shoes, which were on display at the Star Wars: The Last Jedi red carpet event on Saturday. Here are some of his best insights together with concept artwork, final pictures of the shoes, and photos from the red carpet.