Manolo Blahnik presented the results of recent collaborations at New York Fashion Week Jason Wu x Manolo Blahnik Fall'19, photo: Footwearnews.com
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Manolo Blahnik presented the results of recent collaborations at New York Fashion Week

The Spanish designer has a long tradition of creating shoes for displays of luxury fashion brands. Shoes by Manolo Blahnik design could be seen on the catwalk of New York Fashion Week, which runs from February 7 to 15, in the shows of the brands Khaite, Adam Lippes, Jason Wu, Carolina Herrera and others, writes Footwearnews.com.   

Sandals Khaite Teetala Photo: Footwearnews.com Sandals Khaite Teetala Photo: Footwearnews.com

In collaboration with the young American clothing brand Khaite, Manolo Blahnik presented a model of Teetala shoes with a “T” - shaped strap and heel “shot glass”, complemented by a strap. The model came in suede and in three color options - brown, black and in the color of coffee with milk.

In collaboration with a Taiwanese-Canadian designer working in New York, Jason Wu and Manolo Blahnik in the fall '19 season, three iconic models came out - Laura snakeleather sandals with a narrow strap in three colors - black, burgundy and nude; BB snakeleather shoes in green, in bright pink silk; model shoes with a strap in the form of jewelry Anclara with a silk top in black, burgundy and champagne.

Adam Lippes x Manolo Blahnik Boots Photo: Footwearnews.com Adam Lippes x Manolo Blahnik Boots Photo: Footwearnews.com

In collaboration with American fashion designer Adam Lippes, who became known for his work at Oscar de la Renta, Manolo Blahnik helped create a series of elegant women's boots with a pointed toe and heeled “wineglass”. In a range of colors from white and black to royal blue and gold.

Sandals Arimusli Manolo Blahnik x Carolina Herrera, autumn '2019, photo: Footwearnews.com Sandals Arimusli Manolo Blahnik x Carolina Herrera, autumn '2019, photo: Footwearnews.com

On Monday at the Carolina Herrera show, Manolo Blanic created pointed-toe sandals and mules to present the fall'19 brand collection. Slippers in rainbow colors - in blue, purple, red and turquoise colors.


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