Mickey Boardman: Do you change your fashion looks when you travel or do you just have a consistent "Louboutin look" that goes with you around the world?
Christian Louboutin: Climate, heat and light affects what I wear. I have the "heat look" and the sort of "wave look" or whatever.
MB: Do you ever get tired of heels and think, "I only want to do flats now" or vice versa?
CL: In the fashion world, you shouldn't say that something is never going to happen, but I know that I will never be bored with high heels. Ever. I never get bored of looking at heels or hearing heels. It's not just the look -- it's the sound, it's the system, it's the body language. It's not like you need to even look at the shoe. It's the pleasure on a woman's face.
MB: It's like that Almodóvar movie High Heels.
CL: Yes, exactly. But it's also Flamenco music. It's a woman walking in the streets. It's a Jack Turner movie. I will never get bored of that.
MB: Well that's a relief for women everywhere. Is it possible for a heel to be too high?
CL: You know what? There was a time with high heels when it was impossible to envision them being any higher. Since then, they've become much higher and no one [is] complaining.
MB: Is there anything you're going to be doing in New York while you're here? Is there a restaurant you always go to or anything?
CL: I'm recording a song tonight after the party with Loa [a cabaret dancer from the Crazy Horse].
MB: Is it a duet?
CL: I am adding some voice on the song. And she's singing.
MB: Is this going to be your musical debut or no?
CL: Yes. I'm going to be rapping and doing these numbers at the Crazy Horse. Three Beats is doing part of the music and Loa is singing on it.
MB: I love it. When are the shows going to be at Crazy Horse?
MB: I can't wait.