France’s first lady is no stranger to stepping out in soaring heels, but yesterday’s daylong schedule was no occasion for her beloved Louis Vuitton stilettos.
Brigitte Macron had a busy itinerary in St. Petersburg, Russia, that saw her representing her country at several activities — from somber to fun — while wearing a wise choice in shoes for standing on her feet.
The 65-year-old started the day alongside her husband, French President Emmanuel Macron, honoring WW2 victims at a memorial service. However, she didn’t forget her favorite label Louis Vuitton, as the fashion house was represented with her chic black coat. Underneath she had on a white top and skinny black trousers that had zippers around the calves down to the ankles.
The zipper was a theme she embraced down to her shoes, too, in the form of Christian Louboutin’s Telezip boots ($1,295). The French label’s black leather booties have a zip-around detail that reaches from the inner side of the shoes, and then it goes around the sole and back up to the collar.
Set on a 3.3-inch block heel, the city-slick booties add an edgy touch to any outfit.
Brigitte had several other engagements to attend, so she swapped her black coat for a cropped cream biker-style jacket by Louis Vuitton when she arrived at the Church of the Savior. She also enjoyed a riverboat tour of the city and visits to the Upsala Circus and Marina Guissitch gallery.
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