Over the Knee Boots by Christian Louboutin- $1995 (No longer for sale)
Christian Louboutin was first inspired by the outfits of Paris' showgirls when he was 12. He was especially fascinated by their high heels. Fast forward to 1992 when, after finding that his shoes "lacked energy" he applied red nail polish to the soles of one. It was a success.
Before the 90's, stilletos weren't what they are today. With the help of Christian Louboutin, stilletos made a come back and have been lengthing and defining the legs of women ever since. So thank you Christian Louboutin for bringing back an old favorite.
And even though high heels hurt our feet, tire our legs and sometimes feel like we're walking on pins and needles, I don't think we'd have it any other way.
C'est Moi Shoe Boots by Christian Louboutin (No longer for sale)