Manolo Blahnik Fall 2014 presentation during NYFW

 Manolo Blahnik Fall 2014 collection

Manolo Blahnik Fall 2014 collection / Photo By Steve Eichner

Manolo Blahnik presented for the first time its new collection during New York Fashion Week .Manolo Blahnik Fall 2014 presentation took place at Paul Kasmin Gallery (the ex-home of the nightclub Bungalow 8).

Various inspirations from nineteenth-century literature, to Spanish art or the Victorian era all found their place and interpretation in the new collection. A bottine, built of shocking pink satin, with hand-sewn crystals, a pump with black pom-pom trim, and an embellished pump with red, hot pink and pale pink tassels or a mule, finely threaded in burgundy and emerald hues are part of this stunning and complex collection.

In support of the Manolo Blahnik Fall 2014 collection the designer produced four short films in collaboration with Michael Roberts : “The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards” identifies the designer’s love for nature , “Walk With Me: A Victorian Ghost Story,”  featured Amanda Harlech and Lucy Birley explores the idea of love,  “Inspirations” recalled some of the most historic places in Spain, as well as the paintings of European artists Goya, Boldini and Tissot, which are popular references for the designer.The fourth film depicted Blahnik at work in his atelier.

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