Funds too low to buy some Louboutins? There's a faux-fix: A New York City cobbler will paint the soles of your shoes red, reports the New York Post, to mimic the fancy French brand's signature crimson underside.
For $32, Byron Brito of Andrade Shoe Repair will color your kicks to look like Christian Louboutins. But are sham-soled shoes technically the worst fashion faux-pas of all: A knockoff?
A genuine Louboutin pump can start around $600.
Kathie Lee and Hoda hashed it out. "I think it's fine to do a knockoff," said Hoda. "It's illegal," countered Kathie Lee, who hopes she's never owned a faux fashion piece. "It's deceitful and deceptive."
"Some people, that's as close as you're gonna get, the pretend version," countered Hoda. What do you think?
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