Christie’s is selling a selection of shoes by Christian Loubouts, a former fashion model who was known for wearing black leather and a black leather-wool blazer.
The shoes range in price from $5,000 to $19,000, depending on the model and the material.
They are made in Italy and come with the same materials as a traditional shoe.
LoubOUTIN said they were developed by a designer who has experience designing for the world’s most popular fashion brands, including Christian LOUBOUTINS, GORE-TEX.
The company is not naming the designer, saying they will be made available only to Christie’s customers.
Christie’s is trying to capitalize on the popularity of its signature brands, such as LOUBA, which it acquired in 2011.
The luxury department store chain has been working on its own line of Christian LOPBs, which include leather boots, suede and leather belts, shoes and wallets.
It plans to launch the first Christian LOB shoes at Christie the New York store in February.
The Louboubouts have been featured in magazines and on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar.
They have also been featured on the red carpet at the Oscars and the Oscars’ own red carpet in Los Angeles.