Christian Louboutin – What a Catch windows, London, Paris

August 2nd, 2013 by retail design blog

Fishing inspired windows, haul in the latest collection of spiked heels and handbags by Louboutin. The windows can be seen at 17 Mount Street in London and in Paris at 19 Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau and 68 Rue de Faubourg Saint-Honoré.

Custom-created sardine cans, stacked and peeling open to reveal the latest of the collection, dominate the windows. They have a chrome exterior and brass interior – and, of course, the Louboutin logo is featured on the cans as well. Where the cans peal open, they reveal the treasures inside in a warm, reflective glow.

Other features include fishing hooks on which bags and shoes dangle as the great catches of the day. These smaller elements are also repeated in secondary windows where they have a smaller stage. If you’re a fan of Louboutin’s witty windows, check out their past displays – including real X-rays, oversized vitamins, and a fun-fair claw machine.

Images by Windowswear

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