Design Museum this past spring, a special Louboutin exhibition is making its way across the pond to set up shop at Toronto’s Design Exchange next year from June 21 to Sept. 15.">

Toronto’s Design Exchange set to host Christian Louboutin exhibition


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Christian Louboutin may be from France, but the beauty (and prices) of his iconic shoes are known worldwide. Fresh off a showcase held at London’s Design Museum this past spring, a special Louboutin exhibition is making its way across the pond to set up shop at Toronto’s Design Exchange next year from June 21 to Sept. 15.

Curated by Donna Loveday, the exhibition will immerse Louboutin fans in an artistic display of the designer’s work, including his first prototype, a history of his signature red sole, a look at his Fetish collection and more.

If the trailer from the Design Museum exhibition in London is any indication, it’ll be worth it to take a peek on artistic merit alone.

[h/t Flare]

Christian Louboutin - Exhibition Trailer from Design Museum on Vimeo.

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