Naked Bow from celebrated French shoe designer Christian Louboutin is where elegance and sophistication meet playful and light.
Composed of black satin and clear PVC, these pumps are designed with a pointed toe
Inspired by YSL’s Le Smoking and other “black tie” affairs, a T-strap with clear PVC links a seemingly floating couture bow tie outlined in sparkling rhinestone studs to a dangerously audacious thin ankle strap.
These pumps are made of black satin and clear PVC and are designed with a pointed toe. Do you know how to prevent foot sweat?
Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, these pumps combine the luxurious allure of black satin with the modernity of transparent PVC, creating a captivating contrast that exudes confidence and sophistication
This style’s transparent slingback, T-strap, and vamp detailing create the appearance of a floating crystal-embellished black satin bow.
The Naked Bow 100 pumps from Christian Louboutin capture the brand’s ever-alluring mood with revealing PVC panels
Also pictured below is Christian Louboutin’s Alta Firma vinyl red sole pump.
Black Christian Louboutin Naked Bow Red Sole Pumps, $1,295
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Gleams of gilded topstitching and gold specchio leather piping accentuate the bold lines and sensual elements.
Drawing inspiration from captivating cabaret muses, the Naked Bow pump seamlessly blends audacity and subtlety into a truly enchanting design
Mounted on a 100mm stiletto heel, every step is a walk in self-assured glamour.
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Aubrey Plaza’s Endless Legs Steal the Show at Vanity Fair Oscar Party
Aubrey Plaza flaunted her endless legs on the carpet at the 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California.
She donned a sexy Saint Laurent mini dress, black Naked Bow pumps by Christian Louboutin, and Ana Khori jewelry.
Aubrey Plaza flaunted her legs in black Naked Bow pumps by Christian Louboutin at the 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California, on February 24, 2019 (Credit: Regina Wagner / Future Image / WENN)