London's Design Museum is enjoying record-breaking crowds thanks to Christian Louboutin's exhibition.
Since opening on May 1, the Christian Louboutin exhibition has pulled in over 38,000 visitors - an average of 910 visitors daily and the highest ever for the Design Museum.
Situated on the South Bank of the River Thames, the retrospective (the designer's first) celebrates 20 years of iconic, red-soled Christian Louboutin shoes and design inspiration, and features a three-dimensional holographic version of Dita Von Teese as the centrepiece.
Donna Loveday, the exhibition's curator, said she was "thrilled" by the response. She added: "With their instantly recognisable glossy red soles, Christian Louboutin's shoes have become such an important part of the fashion landscape."
Mr Louboutin said: "It's been a real pleasure to see a lot of my 'babies' featured all together for the first time. It's not only an entire collection of shoes that I saw there but for me a huge collection of souvenirs, precious moments, and very rarely sorrows."