Christian Louboutin‘s designs are anything but subtle, right down to their signature red soles. It’s surprising then that the designer’s digs are practically austere.
Louboutin maintains a “private retreat nestled in the desert near the Egyptian city of Aswân, not far from the banks of the Nile”. He goes there to work and to do a lot of yoga.
The house has waxed terra cotta floors and earthen brick walls and is filled with African furnishings — it’s about as far from Parisian as you can get.
Check it out:
this is some kind of spaceship or something.