Four Seasons Milan partners with Manolo Blahnik

The Spanish footwear designer has collaborated with Four Seasons Hotel in Milan to design custom slippers for guests who book the Manolo Blahnik Package

Four Seasons Hotel Milan.
Four Seasons Hotel Milan.

To commemorate the worldwide launch of the exhibition Manolo Blahnik exhibition, The Art of Shoes in Milan, Four Seasons Hotel Milan has partnered with the shoe designer to create a Manolo Blahnik Package.

As part of the package, guests will receive a pair of hotel slippers designed by Manolo Blahnik exclusively for Four Seasons Hotel Milan.

“Four Seasons in Milan is like a home from home to me. I have been coming here since the beginning and I can’t wait to visit and wear the slippers myself!” said Blahnik.

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This limited edition collector’s item, made in Milan, is a deep blue velvet and satin slipper with gold embroidery. The design combines Manolo Blahnik’s signature aesthetic with the practicality of loungwear.

As part of this collaboration, guests at Four Seasons Hotel Milan will also receive complimentary access to the exhibition dedicated to Manolo Blahnik, taking place at Palazzo Morando until April 9, 2017. This retrospective shines a light on the designer’s career through a hand-selected display of 200 shoes from the early 1970s to the present day. The creative selection also includes the collection of shoes that Blahnik created for Sofia Coppola’s film Marie Antoinette, and 80 original drawings.

 

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