One of my “oldie but goodie” films is “Marie Antoinette” released in 2006 starring Kirsten Duns (yes it got 54% on rotten tomatoes, so what?!?!?! 😂). The costumes were out of this world, and the hair were larger than the world. In 2009, Louboutin partnered with world-renowned embroiderer Jean-Francois Lesage to create a very limited-edition shoe collection. Only 36 pairs of these were ever made, in three colors, Inspired by Marie herself. Each pair was stamped with a limited-edition number, sold in a specially created box, and retailed for $6,295. Sigh. A girl can dream. 💁🏻♀️ What is also interesting is even though it is thought that Marie Antoinette was a shoe hound. It turns out that that bit is actually untrue. Versailles, for all its decadence, was a very dirty place, filled with animals and excrement. Instead of cleaning their shoes, the royals and aristocrats would throw them out every few days. Well, I guess that IS about 365 shoes a year.