The color red is associated with the most sensual silks, as well as cute cardigan sweaters in cashmere. Shoes with red bottoms are being seen on celebrities, professionals, and haute couture fashion dolls right now, and we know why. When high heeled spikes lift to red, we know that it is going to be a successful night, indeed. Sexy, chic, and exceptionally hip, these ultra-feminine red bottomed shoes make any event sparkle. The perfect compliment to the glamor and glitter of the resort season, high heels with vibrant soles are in hot demand in apple bottom red.
The color red is associated with power. It is also associated with the sexiest and most fashionable shoes available: Christian Louboutin red bottoms. Christian Louboutin is a French luxury fashion designer whose footwear has incorporated shiny, red-lacquered soles that have become his signature. Louboutin helped bring stilettos back into fashion in the 1990s and 2000s designing dozens of styles with heel heights of 120 mm (4.72 inches) and higher. The designer's professed goal has been to "make a woman look sexy, beautiful, to make her legs look as long as [he] can”. While he does offer some lower-heeled styles, Louboutin is generally associated with his dressier eveningwear designs incorporating jeweled straps, bows, feathers, patent leather, red soles, and other similar decorative touches. He is most popularly known for the red leather soles on his high heel shoes, commonly referred to as "sammy red-bottoms”. Christian Louboutin's red-bottom colour code is Pantone 18-1663 TPX. Christian Louboutin introduced his signature red sole in 1992 and registered the red-lacquered outsole as a trademark in 2008. In September 2012, the court finally ruled that Louboutin retains the exclusive right to use the color red on the bottom of its shoes whenever the outer portion of the shoe is any color besides red. In a news release, YSL says that its shoe collections have included styles with red (and other colored) outsoles since the 1970s. Now, Yves Saint Laurent can continue to sell its shoes with red soles as long as the whole shoe is red. Celebrities like Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Bella and Gigi Hadid, and Beyoncé wear shoes with red bottoms. Red bottoms are also rocked by are also worn by professionals, and haute couture fashion dolls right now, and we know why. When high-heeled spikes lift to red, we know that it is going to be a successful night, indeed. There is a recent trend where women twist into awkward positions and nearly breaking their ankles just to show off their expensive Louboutin heels, which has steadily become a popular (and hilarious) trend on social media. The good news is, red bottoms come in many different styles – pointed toe, high heeled pumps, metal, printed, spiked, round toes, strappy, ankle strapped, velvet, low heels, super high heels, in quality leather, snakeskin… any way you want. They also come in many colors: white, black, tan, taupe, green, yellow, soft pink, orange, off white, brown, natural and many more. The newest red bottoms from Louboutin are: Corneille, Madale Menule, Iriza Pigalle Follies, Decollete, Tpoppins, Freme Rouge, Estradouch, So Kate, Yootish, Degraspike and Madame Menodo. Sexy, chic, and exceptionally hip, these ultra-feminine red bottomed shoes make any event sparkle. The perfect compliment to the glamor and glitter of the resort season, high heels with vibrant soles are in hot demand in apple bottom red.