In a galaxy not so far away, Christian Louboutin who is known for not only making covet-worthy shoes but also putting his own take thematically in shoes sat down Disney and Lucasfilm to create heels for the four leading ladies of The Last Jedi - Rey, Admiral Holdo, Captain Phasma and Rose Tico.
As a maintenance worker in the Resistance, her design includes utilitarian details, as told by the block heel surrounding an inner stiletto, and a sandy ribbon ankle strap reminiscent of the color of her uniform.
This shoe features a leather wrap ankle strap inspired by the belt on her costume. The translucent straps are a nod to "her Jedi powers and the Force she embodies," the brand said in a statement. The tiny blue brass hue on the heel is a tribute to her lightsaber.
The winning bid for each of these shoes which are signed by the designer AS WELL AS the Star Wars actress isn't all that they will receive! The winner will receive an additional pair of shoes and a chance to visit Lucasfilm headquarters, tour the studio, and view a special screening of The Last Jedi in San Francisco on January 16. (travel and accommodations are not included.) The bids currently range from $2,000 to $3,250, but the packages have an estimated value of $10,000 each. There is another item that is being added to the auction on Dec 9th and will be unveiled at the movie premiere (they will be guarded by a pair of Praetorian Guards clad in glossy red armor). The shoe is inspired by the film and Louboutin's extreme Ballerina Ultima heel.
This silver style showcases sleek lines and metallic color scheme. The criss-crossing straps imitate the curves of her armor.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi opens in theaters on December 15.
Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo
This regally plum pump is inspired by the Vice Admiral who rocks lavender hair in the film. The drapery on the shoe mimics the fabric of her costume.