Emilia Clarke (known for her role as “Khaleesi” in Game of Thrones) debuted as “Holly Golightly” yesterday. We’re talking about the theater premiere of her latest gig, Breakfast at Tiffany’s. A couple of famous faces attended the event; we even covered one of them — AnnaSophia Robb (and her hot pink stilettos).
For this entry, it’s all about the lead star. Let’s forget that the critics slammed the play (and Emilia for being miscast as Holly), and talk about Emilia’s outfit (and shoes) for a moment.
At the opening night, Emilia wore a black sheer frock from Dolce & Gabbana and paired it with winter white Christian Louboutin pumps.
Emilia Clarke at the opening night of her new stage play, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, in New York, March 20, 2013
Emilia Clarke’s white pumps
Now, we all know that high contrast is a major trend this season, but do you think she wore it right by matching her black see-through dress with stark white pumps? Would you say the combination was a hit or a sad miss?
Correct us if we’re mistaken, but Emilia’s red bottoms look a lot like the “Pigalle Plato” pumps (from Christian Louboutin’s spring 2013 collection). We couldn’t find the exact pair online, but other renditions are available at SAKS, Neiman Marcus, Barneys, and the Christian Louboutin website:
Christian Louboutin “Pigalle Plato” Pumps, $775
The Pigalle Plato is a slight deviation from its predecessor, the Pigalle. It still has the classic and sexy pointy vamp, but it also features platforms that are about half-an-inch thick to help you manage the 4.75-inch heels that it comes with. It’s perfect for girls who want the Pigalle but find it a tad high, or want the platform but don’t like it too chunky. Depending on the materials used, a pair will set you back between $775 and $3,595.
If you feel like grabbing the Pigalle Plato, simply head over to the stores mentioned and order away. Enjoy shopping!
Christian Louboutin “Pigalle Plato” Pumps in Black/Rose Matador, $775
Christian Louboutin “Pigalle (Pigalili) Plato” Pumps in Strass, $3,595
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