The work of Christian Louboutin will be the theme of exhibition in Paris

The second half of the year has just begun, but for many in love with the world of luxury fashion, the desire is that 2020 arrives the soonest, and the reason for this yearning is very fair: next year designer Christian Louboutin will be the theme of an unprecedented exhibition in his career.

From February 25th, at the Palais de la Porte Dorée, one of the most iconic places in French culture, visitors will be able to follow the details of the life and work of the Frenchman who became a symbol of luxury in the shoe universe. The choice of the palace could not be more appropriate since, besides being patron of the restoration of part of the space, Louboutin has an intimate and long relation with the place.

The iconic red soles, which have become a symbol of Christian Louboutin’s work, will gain a special place in the exhibition

“I have always maintained an intimate and privileged connection with the Palais de la Porte Dorée.This unique place inspired my creative world with its decoration, its furniture, its reliefs, its mosaics but also its incredible aquariums.Today, the Palais is a reflection of the values ​​to which I am attached: diversity, transmission and openness to the world, “said Louboutin.

Careful research work throughout the designer’s work has resulted in an unprecedented retrospective that will remain in print for five months. Among the main highlights of the exhibition will be the traditional red soles that have become synonymous with Loubotin around the world. Although there is still considerable time for the gates of the Palais de la Porte Dorée to open and reveal Louboutin’s work, it is time to program.