Christian Louboutin’s Christmas tree display by StudioXAG

December 3rd, 2012 by retail design blog

Inspired by traditional festive motifs, Christian Louboutin’s windows feature a bespoke Christmas tree display which consists of specially cast lasts of the iconic Pigalle shoe. The white last is finished with the signature glossy red sole and arranged in concentric levels to create the recognizable tree form with support of a tonal metalwork structure inspired by shoe racks found in the designers Atelier in Paris. To add a dynamic edge, the trees rotate and are enclosed by a triple mirror screen, amplifying the scene and drawing focus to the hero product which sits in pride of place atop the tree.

Designed by StudioXAG
All photos by Susie Rea

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