OMG. Have you ever thought about what a Louboutin shoe would look like as a car? Well, now we know!
The tribal-trend reigns supreme for this spring/summer it seems, as Christian Louboutin debuts his stunning new ‘Tribalou’ collection. Louboutin's array of technicolour printed heels and shoulder bags have given the classic tribal style a pop-art twist
less boho luxe, more 'Gypset' (gypsy jet-set style) meets Candy Crush. Well, a finger puppet ‘character’ called Tribaloubi did inspire the collection, y’know. Seriously.
Check out the tribal-tastic pieces, which include vibrantly coloured heels and shoulder bags, that any street-style star worth her Louboutins will be donning this spring. We love the 'Passage Mini Tribalou' bag, which features the 'Tribaloubi' face on the front of it, and fringing on the sides to mimic hair. Fashionista followers will adore the Louboutin trademark red hue, which can be found on the inside of the handbags, as well as the chic interchangeable handles, which include a leather hand strap and detachable shoulder strap.
And where do we start with the shoes? From graphic, punchy-coloured mules, such as the Christian Louboutin 'Vagachina' in suede, to zigzag-printed heeled sandals. We’re crushing on a pair of Lichtenstein-style blue, red and yellow ones. Dreamy.
And if Louboutin's new ethnic-pop accessories collection wasn’t excitement enough, Marie Claire’s fashion dreams came true this season when the #Tribaloubi character found its way on to a #Mini for LFW! Ever thought about what a Louboutin shoe would look like as a car? Well, now we know! All aboard…
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