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Manolo Blahnik is Now Available on Net-a-Porter

22nd October 2020


Manolo classic and seasonal styles have launched on Net-a-Porter for the first time this week. 

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Manolo’s most popular styles are now stoppable via NAP. Images courtesy of Net-A-Porter.


As of this week, you can shop Manolo Blahnik shoes on Net-a-Porter. It’s been a much awaited launch for Blahnik fanatics, as the brand has had limited online distribution to date, selling mainly on its own website and Farfetch

But with Covid restrictions still in place and physical shopping still limited, the brand is becoming more widely available to shop online with a wide selection of its classic and seasonal styles now in stock on the Net-a-Porter website

The retailer picked up a mix of signature styles like the Hangisi and Maysale – which have been increasing in popularity as we move towards a more season-less and trend-less way of dressing – as well as pre-spring 2021 pieces, including leather and shearling knee-high boots, Nineties-inspired chain-embellished pumps and a series of pieces inspired by the famous photographer Peter Lindberg’s imagery. 

“Signature styles will be showcased in a new and fresh way, while the seasonal styles are a true expression of the brand’s craftsmanship and extensive creativity. We love the new ‘Fombra’ style [which comes] with a chunky ankle chain and the Cluntius knee-high boots – the perfect fall updates,” said Elizabeth von der Goltz, Net-a-Porter’s global buying director.

Mr. Blahnik added that he was excited to see how team Net-a-Porter would curate his collections and style the shoes: “The buying team has an incredible eye for what women really want to wear when it comes to luxury fashion and accessories and I’m thrilled that we are finally able to work together,” he said. 

Throughout this challenging year, Blahnik has been keeping busy and working to spread messages of positivity with heart-warming videos of his team sharing their life values on Instagram and digital coloring books, where he encouraged his audience to get creative and color in some of his favorite shoe sketches.