These days you can buy a pair of Louboutins in almost any city of the world but there is something extra special about doing so from the Jean-Jacques Rousseau boutique where it all began. This is where those signature red soles were first painted with scarlet lacquer, and also where Louboutin’s accessory mix now includes handbags, wallets, iPad and technology cases, as well as his latest addition – Beauté (it was only a matter of time before Louboutin would be designing his own nail polish to complement his spectacular seasonal designs).
Housing the Louvre, Jardin des Tuileries, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Place Vendôme, Palais-Royal and perhaps Paris’ most famous style strip rue Saint-Honoré, the 1st arrondissement is situated principally on the Right Bank of the Seine. As one of Paris’ oldest areas it also showcases some of its most spectacular public buildings, hotels, restaurants and gardens.
Christian Louboutin | 19 Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau 75001