Much more than just trademark vertiginous heels, the exhibition also focuses on Christian himself and his childhood in Paris; from hanging out at the Folies Bergere to designing his very first pair of shoes.
Over the weekend we visited the Christian Louboutin exhibition at the Design Museum. A showcase of the world's most sought-after heels, from the designer's most extreme creations to the more wearable - all with their iconic red soles - we loved almost every pair.
Beyond the history, the presentatation was spectacular - opening up with the wackiest designs, supported by a rather sumptuous red velvet leaning beam complete with magnifying glasses for that all-important closer look, to a grass-walled corridor where creations sat on mirrored podiums and suspended masterpieces framed in circus-style hula hoops.
And then these dancing shoes came to life in several videos - one by Net-a-porter, another featuring Loubi's Angels, and of course, a fabulous hologram starring his most glamorous muse, Dita Von Teese, performing a racy striptease.
We thoroughly recommend hot-footing it over to the Design Museum to capture a slice of the high (heel) life.
Until 9th July.