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The Star Wars x Christian Louboutin Collab Is #1 on Our Holiday Wish Lists

A galaxy of chic.
The Star Wars x Christian Louboutin Collab Is #1 on Our Holiday Wish Lists
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A galaxy of chic.

The force has never been this stylish. Christian Louboutin has teamed up with Disney and Lucasfilm for a collection of heels celebrating The Last Jedi, the latest installment in Star Wars' beloved film franchise. Fun fact: each shoe is inspired by four of the movie's leading ladies and finished with a bespoke jewel inspired by the Tie Fighter Spaceship.

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Rey's wraparound leather ankle strap is reminiscent of the tan harnesses fastened to her costume. Translucent PVC represents her Jedi powers and the Force, finished with a blue strass heel the color of her lightsaber. 

Get your feet in these and you'll be weilding that lightsaber for a noble cause. These beauties are up for auction until December 20, and 80% of net proceeds will go to the Starlight Children's Foundation, which supports critically-ill tots in hospitals, on behalf of Star Wars: Force for Change.

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Rose Tico's more utilitarian sandal silhouette depicts a technical, engineering-driven individual. The strong heel shields a slimmer, hidden stiletto, almost as if safeguarding the character's resilient spirit.

Just one pair of limited-edition Louboutins (signed by the designer and a Star Wars actress, of course) sounds like a huge enough trophy, but there's more to anticipate. Winners also snag a chance to visit the Lucasfilm headquarters, tour the studio, and view a special screening of The Last Jedi in San Francisco on January 16.

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Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo’s satin pumps are an extension of her regal visage--recall the signature draped burgundy cape and the strong-yet-reserved woman she proves to be.

The bids currently range from $2,000 to $3,250, despite the packages actually having a whopping estimated value of $10,000 each. Wallets out for that good deal!

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Captain Phasma's chrome pair takes on the curves of her armor, represented by silver specchio leather yokes (an allusion to her authoritative nature).

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi opens in theaters on December 15. Learn more about this chic intergalactic tie-up here !

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