Christian Louboutin has extended its famous footwear line to include seven new nude shades - ranging from fair to chestnut - to suit every skin tone.
Christian Louboutin is releasing seven new nude shades of shoe to suit every skin tone.
The luxury French label - which is famed for its crimson-soled pumps - is expanding its collection to include a greater variety of skin-coloured heels to help women find their perfect shade.
The seven new colours - which range from fair to chestnut - will hit stores this August and the brand is marking the launch with the hashtag #NudesForAll on Twitter.
In addition to the extended colour palette, the brand are also releasing two new styles.
The colours will be available in a scalloped-edged peep toe and a lower-heeled round-toe stiletto.
Autumn will also see the release of all Louboutin's existing designs in the same range of nude shades.
The 51-year-old designer - who founded his eponymous label in 1991 - first launched the skin-coloured collection in 2013 and became one of the first high-fashion labels to do so.
He previously expressed his desire to avoid following trends and admitted he doesn't pay attention to his critics.
He said: ''Whether I'm more trendy or less trendy [than before]. I don't question myself. I'm excited about my work, and that keeps me going. It's important that people like what I'm doing, but I don't necessarily want to evaluate my work through other people's eyes.''
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