NY Post Alexa: Dita Von Teese does Paris
By Rebecca Suhrawardi
March 18, 2014
Dita Von Teese knows Paris like the back of her hand — she lived there for three years. Photo: Sven Arnstein
Dita Von Teese is hardly a stranger to Paris. More than a girl about town, she is a former resident of gay Paree, where she lived between 2009 and 2012.
And although she’s let her residence there go and now calls Los Angeles home, she still finds time to visit the world’s most romantic city at least four times a year.
Bulgari Rooftop by Albane #4
JW Marriott, Cannes
May 19, 2013
According to FashionStyle.com, the Christian Louboutin Exhibit, featuring a giant hologram of Dita Von Teese, has attracted over 38,000 visitors – an average of 910 visitors per day, a record breaking number for London’s Design Museum.
Also, Dita Von Teese has come in at #10 on Debenhams Best Cleavage Pole. The retailer (UK & Ireland) surveyed 1,000 customers (both men and women) to find out which famous female they thought had the best cleavage. Marilyn Monroe came in at #1.
The Costume Institute’s 2012 Exhibition Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations
Beverly Hills Hotel, Calif.
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Herve L. Leroux dress, Chanel earrings, Christian Louboutin bag and shoes and a vintage bracelet.
Photos 1-3: justjared; 4: glamour.com.
Mojeh.com: The Making of Dita Von Teese Hologram
May 10, 2012
Designed by Musion Systems Limited, the hologram is currently on display at the Christian Louboutin Exhibit in London, exclusively at The Design Musuem until July 9.
MTV Style: We’re Obsessed With Dita Von Teese’s Custom Christian Louboutin Ballet Shoes
by Chrissy Mahlmeister
May 9, 2012
So, this is a real thing: Christian Louboutin makes ballet shoes. SO cool, right? Ultra glam burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese received these custom-made red-soled pointe shoes for part of her onstage performance, and we CANNOT get enough of them. Not only do they come in a pure satin-y black, but she tweeted a photo of her giant Paris delivery, and it also included hot pink and sky blue pairs of the glorious shoes—one even has pink rhinestones along the front. KILLER. Since we basically grew up in a dance studio (thanks talented older sister!), we have a particular soft spot for the red-soled slipper. I mean, the pale pink color of typical pointe shoes is such a snoozefest! We think he should carry these bad boys in ALL dancewear stores across the globe because 1.) It’d be really, really fun and 2.) There NEEDS to be more couture in dance recitals, don’t you think? (P.S.- Can we wear these IRL? Like, on the street? Because we would.)