Join Christian Louboutin In Conversation With Grazia’s Paula Reed!

Join Christian Louboutin In Conversation With Grazia’s Paula Reed!

Calling all shoe-aholoics – this one’s for you!  King of shoes, Christian Louboutin, famed for his outrageously fabulous red soled shoes and outspoken opinions (on the subject of uncomfortable shoes, he proclaimed in this week’s Grazia ''I really have not so much sympathy. High heels are pleasure with pain. If you can't walk in them, don't wear them.''), will be having an exhibition of his work at the Design Museum in London from May 1st – July 9th.  Just thinking about all those gorgeous shoes in one place makes us very very happy! And – excitingly – on May 24th Grazia’s very own Style Director Paula Reed, will be ‘In conversation’ with the man himself.  

Grazia readers will not only have the opportunity to buy tickets to the event (they are predicted to sell out very fast, so don’t hang around!), but you can also submit questions via twitter @DesignMuseum#LouboutinTalk that you’d like Paula to ask Monsieur Louboutin. So whether you’d like to know where he got the idea for those red soles, what’s inspiring him right now or whether he really cares whether his shoes cause women pain or not, get tweeting now!

The event will be held on Thursday 24 May at 6.30pm Design Museum, Shad Thames London SE1 2YD. You can buy tickets at www.ticketweb.co.uk for £20 (£10 Design Museum Members)



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