If you're a lady who dreams of Christian Louboutins you need to see the fashion brand's Autumn/Winter 2014 collection look book calendar.
You'll either love the concept inspired by Guy Bourdin's work for Charles Jourdan in the 1960s, or you'll feel a little uneasy about the way these fabulous shoes are showcased on women's limbs in boxes.
No bodies, just legs and feet - gift wrapped.
There's something surreal about the imagery, something retro luxe about it all - but there is the pressing matter of where the rest of these women's bodies are?
Louboutins were made for walking, sauntering and strutting but without actual bodies they're just boxed up products sitting pretty.
Art and fashion have always been intertwined in the industry and while we see where Louboutin was going with this, we can't help but feel a little grossed out by the human limb thing.
Is this Louboutin's way of saying his heels will literally cost women an arm and two legs?
Oh, and that wearing stilettos all day can be mind-numbingly painful? There's a reason why Emma Thompson threw off her black Louboutin heels at the Golden Globes.
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