Christian Louboutin’s Marketing Team Is Better Than Yours

Peter Lippmann’s version of Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot’s Portrait of a Girl (1857-58) for Christian Louboutin.

The people at Christian Louboutin have hired photographer Peter Lippmann for a series of seven portraits. Each portrait was recreated from a classic and feature Louboutin shoes, and one handbag. Whoever the creative director is over there is brilliant!

Peter Lippmann’s version of James Whistler’s Arrangement in Grey and Black (1871) for Christian Louboutin.

More pics after the jump. One NSFW pic included.

Peter Lippmann’s version of Jean-Marc Nattier’s Portrait of Mathilde de Canisy, Marquise d’Antin (1738) for Christian Louboutin.

Peter Lippmann’s version of Marie-Guillemine Benoist’s Portrait d’Une Negresse (1800) for Christian Louboutin.

Peter Lippmann’s version of Francisco De Zurbaran’s Saint Dorothy for Christian Louboutin.

Peter Lippmann’s version of Francois Clouet’s Elisabeth of Austria (1571) for Christian Louboutin.

Peter Lippmann’s version of Georges de La Tour’s The Magdalen with the Smoking Flame (1642-1644) for Christian Louboutin.

Seen: Flavorwire

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