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Anyone who’s a fan of Replica Christian Louboutin’s signature red-soled shoes are going to be ecstatic to hear that he’s partnered on a high-end hotel experience with Hong Kong’s The Upper House.

Fashionable guests will be able to take advantage of two exclusive room packages at the boutique luxury hotel from August 1 through October 31 that involve freebies, beauty treatments courtesy of Hong Kong-based spa The Nail Library and shoes.

Those who book the “Studio 70″ package will receive a signature “Red Slipper” cocktail, scented candle, and leather Louboutin card holder upon arrival. They will also get an in-room manicure or pedicure from The Nail Library’s “Christian Louboutin Online Treatment Menu”—the designer’s first ever beauty collaboration.

The second package is available through booking an Upper Suites room, the Upper House’s spacious accommodations with views of Victoria Harbor. In addition to everything included in the Studio 70 package, the upgraded extras here include a pair of Christian Louboutin Online Store Air Loubi flats and a private consultation for bespoke embroideries at Christian Louboutin Replica’s Tattoo Parlor boutique. The experience also includes a round-trip airport transfer in the hotel’s Lexus Hybrid RX 450h.

Travelers will love the sophisticated, elegant sensibility of Andre Fu’s design as well as the specially commissioned artworks found at the property as well as extra amenities like an interactive iPod touch, dual-temperature wine fridge, flatscreen satellite TV, free maxibar snacks, an espresso machine and yoga mat. Blinds and electronics are all remote-controlled, and there is also a 10-story, water-inspired installation—Rise by Hiroshiwata Sawada—in the inner atrium for an additional sensation of complete peace and well-being (just in case shopping for Louboutins hasn’t already relaxed you enough).

Indian designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee showed his 2015 couture collection in New Delhi, India this week. The designer started his line in 1999 after studying at India’s Institute of Fashion Technology. In 2002, he debuted his first collection at India Fashion Week. Since then, his collection has been sold in stores such as Browns and Selfridges in London.

His newest couture collection, titled “Bater,” is the first in which Sabyasachi has collaborated with Christian Louboutin. Sabyasachi describes the collaboration as “extremely Parisian footwear with an Indian baroque sensibility.”

Sabyasachi says his shoes usually have a chunkier look, but for this collection he took a more feminine approach. The line features Christian Louboutin’s Devibroda and Victoria styles, with Sabyasachi’s signature acid-dyed burned-sequin embroidery and tea-dyed cotton threads on the heels. The Christian Louboutin Victoria style was also seen on the runway.

Christian Louboutin himself attended the show on Wednesday. “I loved Sabyasachi’s work from the first time I saw it,” said Louboutin. “His detail-oriented design sensibility is magnetic — it draws you in. I am very happy to collaborate with him for this collection. Not only do I admire his work, but he is also my friend, and I am delighted to be in India for his show!”

Sabyasachi’s collection reflects the designer’s continued interest in what he calls “personalized imperfection of the human hand.” The collection is completely hand-embroidered, and each garment requires roughly 325 hours of manual labor to create.

Christian Louboutin heads to The Upper House hotel in Hongkong to indulge fashion-loving guests with two exclusive room packages. The French luxury fashion house and the highly individualized intimate luxury hotel have teamed up to indulge guests with red-sole experiences.

Available for a limited period from August 1st to October 31, 2015, this not only marks the French brand’s first global launch of such a collaboration, but also the first of its kind with The Nail Library. It is the city’s coolest luxury nail spa, offering the signature “Christian Louboutin Treatment Menu” for hotel guests.

The Studio 70 package starts from $580 per night and pampers guests with a Christian Louboutin “With Love” leather card holder, as well as a choice of the classic Louboutin Manicure or the Louboutin Sole Pedicure in the relaxed comfort of their own rooms. Along with this, it also offers a daily breakfast for two at Café Gray Deluxe, “Red Slipper” welcome drink and an exclusive The Upper House scented candle.

The upper-end Upper Suite package flatters the guest with a pair of Christian Louboutin Air Loubi Flats and a private consultation at Christian Louboutin’s flagship store in Central on their “Tattoo Parlour” bespoke embroidery service. This unique experience is available for $1,950 per night and also includes the classic Louboutin Manicure or the Louboutin Sole Pedicure in the relaxed comfort of the guest’s rooms.