Manolo Blahnik is a god, worshiped by countless shoe obsessed women. Season after season, he manages to seduce us with divine shoes that would make any woman feel like a goddess herself. The Manolo Blahnik Spring/Summer 2014 Collection is inspired by both vintage decadence and colorful exuberance. The collection was presented as a Michael Roberts film which clearly captured the essence of the collection as well as the overall Manolo Blahnik values and concepts.Manolo Blahnik Spring/Summer 2014 Collection Picture
The Manolo Blahnik Spring/Summer 2014 Collection seems to have numerous sources of inspiration so it is hard to pinpoint a single inspirational concept. Nevertheless, we can see a clear Spanish influences, especially in the embroidery models. Manolo himself stated that he can picture courtesans wearing a pair of his shoes. There are also a lot of youthful models which feature an exuberant side of leather, which playfully takes on flowery shapes. While the models are divers, the movie presentation managed to present a harmonious collection which evoked La Belle Epoque.Manolo Blahnik Spring/Summer 2014 Collection Picture
The stars of the collection
While the Manolo Blahnik film presentation featured 2 prominent cinema stars, Rupert Everett and Lucy Birley, the real stars of the movie were the shoes. Each shoe seemed to have a distinctive personality and be suited for a certain event. The decadent shoes were suited for important events such as proms, weddings or social events. Furthermore, there were also a lot of casual models which could be worn on not so special days in order to remind women that they can feel like divas any day. The most popular model was probably the black and white embroidery stiletto sandals, although the golden moccasins and the leather scraps sandals were also very interesting.Manolo Blahnik Spring/Summer 2014 Collection Picture
In the Manolo Blahnik Spring/Summer 2014 Collection, we were pleasantly surprised to discover a more jovial Manolo Blahnik, whose excitement of playing with colors is visible throughout the collection. We particularly like the way in which ethnic models are combined with bright colors. Furthermore, we like the fact that the collection is not characterized by a single essential concept. Some models feature embroidery, others feature tassels, some feature weird shapes and a few feature metal accessories. While this is not a street style collection, the models are very adaptable and they can easily work with a street outfit. Moreover the same shoes which you can wear with a street outfit can also be worn at a red carpet event. With this collection Manolo Blahnik seems to have surpassed the limits of his creativity and he invites us to do the same when wearing his shoes in various outfits.
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