Christian Louboutin reopens Miami flagship with new design
Christian Louboutin has reopened its Miami boutique following a renovation. Occupying the same space as its original shop, the new Miami flagship stocks men’s and women’s shoes and Christian Louboutin’s cosmetics line.
The new design took its inspiration from Paris’ Palais de la Porte Dorée, with two-story ceilings, a balcony and walls outfitted with white and gold birch. The redesign of the Miami store was a collaboration between Louboutin and 212Box Architecture, and features works from local artist Anne Schroeder.
To mark the store’s reopening, it will carry a limited edition line of styles exclusive to the Miami location. The Miami shoes pay homage to the local iconography, with one pair of sneakers including flamingos and palm trees.
In addition to shoes and handbags, the Miami flagship store will also carry the brand’s line of luxury cosmetics. Louboutin started his beauty branch in 2014 with a collection of nail polish and has since expanded the line to include lipsticks, mascara, fragrance and more.
The Christian Louboutin boutique first opened in Miami’s Design District in 2009, and now sits alongside fellow luxury fashion brands like Dior, Givenchy and Isabel Marant. The French shoe brand has multiple stores throughout the United States, in major shopping cities such as Las Vegas, New York and Chicago.
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