August 22 2014

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Quoted And Noted: Louboutin’s Doll Parts


He thought her ankles were too fat. —A Louboutin spokeswoman on the shoe designer’s three upcoming customized and reshaped Barbie dolls, which come complete with tiny shoe boxes.

Photo: Jemal Countess/Wireimage



  1. NotMod says:

    Relatively speaking, that’s right. The proportions were wrong. Women’s ankles were not designed to be made of plastic, you know. Plastic ankles must have had their own rules, until someone made the right argument. It was bound to happen ;)

    And now that it came to it: it’s the same thing with most over-ankle boots out there too. Small feet are too often punished with baggy tall boots. OK for riding, not so OK without horse ‘scent’ or style as an excuse. Not those by Christian’s hand though, of course not! You show them!