Following its first drop back on March 14, Birkenstock revealed its newest installment in collaboration with Manolo Blahnik, which transforms the luxury label’s signature high heels into Birk-approved comfy classics.
The first collection might have given us Carrie Bradshaw vibes, as the styles paid tribute to the Sex And The City star’s favorite pair of Manolos, but this time, the cozy designs are getting a brand new makeover. The new release is expected to tap into Birkenstock’s beloved Boston Clogs and Arizona Slides once again, but unlike its precedents, which were made with vibrant hues like lush blue and fuchsia velvet, the upcoming collection will come in everyone’s favorite neutrals — plus an all-new silhouette too.
“Birkenstocks have been in my wardrobe since the very beginning (of time!),” said designer Manolo Blahnik in an official statement. “I have loved and worn mine for many years. I am thrilled that we have been able to collaborate, fusing the Manolo Blahnik aesthetic with the everyday comfort of Birkenstocks is simply wonderful.”
The collaboration follows Birkenstock’s most recent reveal with Dior, which debuted in January at the French fashion house’s Fall 2022 runway show during Paris Fashion Week Men’s. Before that, the footwear brand also teamed up with Jil Sander and Proenza Schouler.
Find out more about Birkenstock & Manolo Blahnik’s newest drop, how to get your own pair, and see more details from the collection’s new imagery, below.
What is the Birkenstock & Manolo Blahnik collaboration?
The second installment of the coveted Birkenstock and Manolo Blahnik collection reimagines classic styles, including the Arizona, the Rodra, and the Boston.
The statement Arizona slides incorporate shoemaker Manolo Blahnik’s classic 1970 design with see-through PVC material. The slides come in colorways black and white, with transparent and adjustable straps that are perfect for a day out-and-about or lounging by the poolside. The Rodra sandal and the signature round-toed Boston clogs come in a black-and-white polka-dot pattern made from calf hair.
Prices for the second drop have yet to be revealed but judging from its previous release, which was priced from $750 to $810, you might want to prep your wallet ahead of time.
When and where can I buy the Birkenstock & Manolo Blahnik collaboration?
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