The flagship boutique of the French luxury footwear and accessories brand Christian Louboutin, located on Bolshaya Dmitrovka, is temporarily closed and is looking for a new location.
This was announced by the press service of AIZEL Group, the official distributor of the luxury brand in Russia. There is no information yet about when and where the new flagship of the brand will be opened in Moscow. Shoes Report apologizes for posting false information. In a note dated July 22, under the heading “Three Christian Louboutin boutiques have closed in Moscow,” inaccurate information was published.
The note says that three boutiques of the French luxury footwear and accessories brand Christian Louboutin closed in Moscow this summer, this is not valid. In fact, this summer, as mentioned above, was closed "temporarily", one brand boutique on Bolshaya Dmitrovka Street. The Christian Louboutin boutique on Malaya Bronnaya Street was closed a year earlier; the Barvikha Luxury Village shopping center has never had a branded outlet of this French brand.
Currently, two Christian Louboutin corners continue to operate in Russia - in the Moscow department store TSUM, and in the DLT department store in St. Petersburg. Also, the brand's shoes and accessories are presented on the official marketplace platform authorized by the French brand AIZEL.ru. In Russia, Christian Louboutin brand retail is operated by the AIZEL Group, founded in 2011 by Aysel Trudel.
The holding is the exclusive representative and distributor of such brands as: Christian Louboutin, Aquazzura, Agent Provocateur, Bonpoint and Maison Ladurée. The holding also owns the AIZEL.RU online store and marketplace of luxury goods and the AIZEL multi-brand concept store, which today represents over 700 brands of clothes, shoes and accessories and delivers in Russia and the CIS.