Here’s Amanda Seyfried, heading to the post-premiere party for Ted 2 in Central Park. She’s wearing a pair of black leather Christian Louboutin Toerless Muse Pumps, a new CL style which we just saw on the feet of Kendall Jenner mere days ago. These Louboutins are gaining traction with celebs at a fast clip, and you can currently find them in red suede for $995 at Saks.

Amanda has appeared in several Givenchy campaigns, and is usually wearing or carrying something Givenchy whenever she makes public appearances, so we’re not at all surprised to see her with a large, baby’s breath print Givenchy Floral Pouch. You can find this exact pouch for $375 at Net-A-Porter. It’s undoubtedly one of the least expensive Givenchy bags on the market.

Here’s supermodel Miranda Kerr, cashing in on her international appeal at a promo event for Clear shampoo in Shanghai. She’s wearing a beautiful black pair of suede and mesh Christian Louboutin Tiny Lace Sandals. You can currently find Miranda’s exact Louboutins for $945 at Saks.

Four inch designer heels often look better on Miranda Kerr than they do on the rest of us merely mortal women, but then again, so do designer boots, designer sandals, and even designer sneakers. You can take a long look at Mirana’s vast designer shoe collection in The Many Shoes of Miranda Kerr

Kendall Jenner donned a pair of triple-strap black leather Christian Louboutin Toerless Muse Pumps to go to the Fragrance Foundation Awards at the Lincoln Center in NYC on Wednesday night. You can currently find a red suede version of Kendall’s Louboutins for $995 at Saks.

In case you were wondering, the Fragrance Foundation Awards is exactly what you think it is: a ceremony to honor 2015’s “most outstanding achievements in the world of perfumery.” Kendall is currently the face of Estée Lauder’s new fragrance, Modern Muse Le Rouge.

Amanda Seyfried attended the Tony Awards this past weekend in a black and gold off-the-shoulder dress from Oscar de la Renta paired with black suede Christian Louboutin Maltaise Sandals. Unfortunately, this strappy little pump appears to be no longer available online, but the brand tells us more are coming (including this exact pair) with Fall 2015 shipments.

Amanda Seyfried had full license to be at the Tony Awards, by the way, and not just because she once starred in the movie version of Mama Mia. Amanda just recently made her off-Broadway debut in Neil LaBute’s The Way We Get By. She also presented an award during the ceremony with her off-Broadway co-star, Thomas Sadoski.

Shoes: Shoe of the Week: Christian Louboutin Bandy Multicolor Striped Pump

Price:$945 via Bergdorf Goodman

Why It’s the Shoe of the Week: Stripes? Check. PVC? Check. Playful and sexy? Check and check! Everyone wants a classic pair of red bottoms to add to their shoe collections, but if you want something more playful, these pumps are where it’s at.


“Sneaker pumps” are barely even a thing, and yet I’m not at all surprised to see them on the feet of Gwen Stefani. Gwen recently donned these Christian Louboutin Boltina Ankle Boots to the An Evening With Women Gala, which benefited the Los Angeles LGBT Center. You can currently find Gwen’s exact booties for $1,095 at Barneys.

Gwen is extremely partial to both casual sneakers (like Converse, Adidas, etc.) and Louboutins, so these Boltinas jibe incredibly well with her personal style. The Boltina itself seems overly quirky for the Louboutin brand; if it didn’t blatantly feature the signature red heel and the Loub logo right on the tongue of the shoe, I would’ve guessed that these were made by a brand like Giuseppe Zanotti or Charlotte Olympia.

Here’s Dita Von Teese, being the height of glamour as usual, disembarking a yacht in Cannes. She’s carrying her Christian Louboutin Feticha Strass Pumps in hand to avoid tripping down the gangway, and she’s somehow making it look very elegant and refined. The Feticha is an older style from Louboutin and is not currently available online, but you can shop a broad selection of Louboutin pumps at MATCHESFASHION.COM.

As we reported earlier in the week, the powers that be at the Cannes Film Festival recently made the completely ludicrous decision to ban women who deigned to wear flats from one of the festival’s most high-profile film premieres. Apparently Cannes officials did not think that formal flats fit in to their “black tie” dress code.

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