Louboutin experienced childhood in Paris. As he invested his energy drawing shoes instead of considering, he was purportedly removed from three schools. In spite of the fact that he isn’t officially prepared, he went to Académie d’Art Roederer to consider drawing and ornamental expressions. Having arrived behind schedule as a teen to Egypt and India, Louboutin got back to Paris with a portfolio loaded up with portrayals of fantastical heels.
Subsequent to moving toward the entirety of the significant couture houses with his portfolio, Louboutin began his profession at Charles Jourdan, one of Paris’ and the world’s most regarded shoemakers. Louboutin left Charles Jourdan to fill in as an independent fashioner, working for Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent and Roger Vivier.
Christian Louboutin opened his first store in Paris in 1992; his red-soled shoes, handmade in Italy, were before long taken up by Hollywood entertainers and Paris’ design foundation. The originator accepts that his shoes can “make a lady look attractive, wonderful, to make her legs look as long as [he] can.”