Christian Louboutin is going beyond fashion and making it easier for you to edit the perfect #ootd for Instagram. Louboutinize is the ultimate photo editing app that easily changes a color or even the texture of a photo with just a touch.

Launched August 10, the photo-filtering app is available for iPhone users to download and start editing their pictures. You can upload or take photos straight from the app.

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Louboutin put his own personal stamp on the project with a feature that allows you to turn any shoe sole to the iconic red color by simply touching the bottom of the shoe. You can also switch your limbs with a famous celebrity like model and burlesque icon Dita Von Teese. And if that wasn’t enough, you  see the world through Louboutin’s nail lacquer crystal bottle.

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The app is full of fun features, including sound effects. Touch the lightning-bolt button to hear a “bzzz” sound and share your photo to Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram.

The Louboutin brand will also be using the app and sharing some creative photos weekly on their social media platforms.

Don’t worry if the filters seem dull as of now. The French brand will be adding more filters monthly or bimonthly, making the app your one stop for all your photo-filtering needs. They will also be adding a men’s version of the app sometime in September.

Get your iPhone out and check out what this app is all about.

Featured image via Flickr/Nicolas GRUET

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