The 24-year-old singer posted a snap on her Instagram page after treating herself to a spot of retail therapy in Christian Louboutin and Louis Vuitton. Show off! Tulisa wasn’t shy as she showed off her designer purchases after indulging in a spot of retail therapy at Christian Louboutin and Louis Vuitton on Monday With designer bags piled into the front seat of her soft-top Audi, the former X Factor judge looked positively defiant as she stuck her fingers up at the camera and poked out her tongue playfully. Hola Chicas! Tulisa’s ex Danny Simpson parties with some newfound female pals in Ibiza The N-Dubz starlet would have no doubt dropped a fair amount of cash on her purchases, with the average pair of Louboutin heels retailing between 500 and 800. Writing alongside the snap, Tulisa paid reference to her ‘The Female Boss’ tag: ‘What’s a girl 2 do….change is coming #TFB #evolution.’ Starting over: The 24-year-old singer was also sporting new lighter locks after undergoing a makeover over the weekend The star was also showing off her newly lightened locks after undergoing a transformation over the weekend ahead of her upcoming holiday in Ibiza. Perhaps her new shoes were also bought for her sunshine break, as the singer was somewhat unusually spotted sporting a pair of skyscraper heels during a holiday at Marbella’s Ocean Beach Club last month. Her recent change in image comes after it was reported Tulisa is planning on starting a new life for herself in the US following her dramatic fall from grace last month. Strutting her stuff: The former X Factor judge seems to be putting a dramatic few weeks behind her following her drugs arrest last month Get More Information A source told Closer magazine: Tulisa says as soon as all this drama is over, she wants to move to Miami to start a new life. She loves it there and has friends there who say they will help her out.
Louis Vuitton Raised Most Non-Leather Handbag Prices, HSBC Says
and U.S., and by 5 percent to 10 percent in Asian markets including China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore, the analyst wrote. The euros strength against some currencies may lead LVMH to charge more, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Bernard Arnault said Jan. 31. Vuittons price increase in Japan, the biggest ever by the brand in the country, was taken to offset the impact of the yens slide on sales, the company said Feb. 20. In addition to protecting margins, the price increases must be seen, in our view, as a means to accelerate LVs repositioning towards more leather, Belge wrote.