Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Mika at Christian Louboutin Barney's book signing in Christian Louboutin men's SS2012 "No Limit"

dita von teese & mika / ph: donato sardella, getty images

i missed seeing mika out and about as he often wears interesting christian louboutin men's sneakers. at last week's 20th anniversary book signing at barney's beverley hills, the lebanese singer made a rare appearance to support the shoe maestro, and was pictured above with dita von teese in a pair of amazing sneakers. the sneakers featured irregular golden spikes on the front, coupled with leopard prints and swarovski crystals on the sides. i want it already!

if i am correct, the shoes are called "no limit" and are from the upcoming spring summer 2012 collection. coincidentally, a reader who preferred to remain anonymous, sent me the below pics of the stunning sneakers that mika wore:

the sneakers featured rhinestones on one side and a spiked front. when i was at christian louboutin's spring summer 2012 press day, i saw a similar sneaker sans rhinestones and spikes, ie a beautiful pair of color blocked sneakers for those who prefers no drama.

switch the sneakers around and it's actually leopard prints on the other side. what got me really excited, was the introduction of louboutin's new crest on their sneakers and loafers. seriously "no limit" to the shoes, i am dying for a pair right now.




  1. OMG yes! The studded high tops is madness!


  2. Very excited about christian louboutin's spring summer 2012 collection...

  3. Are louboutin sneaker's comfortable?

  4. th: interesting question: i have 2 pairs, one very comfortable, another a little tight and painful, but probably because i got the wrong size...

  5. Not for me. I bought the pikpik and wore them once, probably never will again...

  6. I have the PIK PIK and the Louis spikes black suede and both are very comfortable IMHO. They have a narrow toe so my suggest is taking a half size up of what you wear normally in other sneakers like Lanvin or Balenciaga.


what's he wearing?