Christian Louboutin has just released a new free photo editing app for iPhone and iPad, in celebration of the introduction of the brand new Nudes Collection, that allow users to have the idea of what’s the shade of nude that best matches with their skin tone. For now the app is only available with three types of photo filters that can be added both on new or existing photos.

The Louboutinize app lets users add a dash of luxury to their pictures with three different filters: "Rouge", "Legs" and "Crystalize." The first filter available is called “Rouge” and with this one users can simply wash their pictures in a layer of deep red, the shoe guru’s signature soles; the second filter available is the “Legs” one that adds playful pairs of legs to the lower portion of the photo and allows users to customize their photos with the bottom half of a ballerina, a matador, a soccer player, a horse or even the legs of Dita Von Teese.

The last filter available is called “Crystalize” and with this one it is possible to distort images for a crystal-like effect.

After those filters being applied to the photos users can share it directly to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #Louboutin. The shoe brand is also going to curate a list of creative “Louboutinized” photos, which will be shared on the app’s homepage.

Apart from those filters it is also possible to take a picture of their own foot and then use the Louboutin shades to see which one will match with the best pair. The new Nudes Collection offers a spectrum of nudes and also re-imagines the color from a pale blush to introduce different shades of the hue to match any skin tone.

The French brand has plans to put out more filters in the future and to continue adding new ones on a monthly or bimonthly basis.

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A men’s filter is also planned to be debuted in September. The app is available for iOS on the Apple App Store.

Christian Louboutin is a French footwear designer who has incorporated the shiny, red-lacquered soles on his shoes that have become his signature and is known as "The Famous Red Sole."