Women say no to Christian Louboutin shoes

Christian Louboutin it seems was always meant to be a shoe designer, his Wikipedia page talks of the year 1979 when he was walking along the streets of Paris when he noticed a billboard that instructed women tourists not to scratch the wooden floor in front of the Museum of Oceanic Art.

A few years later, he attended parties and dances in Paris, offering women at the functions his shoes – and he was turned down by most women claiming to have no money. A few decades later, women are willing to spend over $500 for a pair of his shoes.

My how times have changed.

Pictured above: Christian Louboutin Anemone pumps and Clichy painted pumps from Net-A-Porter.com