Christian Louboutin’s Campaign

Who said fashion is not art?

When you buy a pair of Louboutin YOU ARE buying a piece of art.

The real deal: Francisco de Zurbaran – Santa Dorotea

The real deal: Jean-Marc Nattier – Marquise D’Antin, 1738

The real deal: François Clouet – Portrait of Elisabeth of Austria, Queen of France, 1571

The real deal: Georges de la Tour – Magdalene and the Flame, 1640

The real deal: Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot – Portrait of a Girl, 1850

The real deal: Marie Guillemine Benoist – Portrait d’une Negresse, 1800

The real deal: James McNeill Whistler – Arrangement in Grey and Black, The Artist’s Mother, 1871

And other interpretations can be found at Art2Life~

 

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