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Manolo Blahnik brings their refined approach to the modern mule with these Maysale shoes. Celebrating its third decade as part of the brand’s annual collections, this shoe was designed by Mr Blahnik himself in 1991 for the cartoon character Marge Simpson. Stylish and comfortable, these Italian-constructed navy blue Maysale mules feature a pointed toe, a branded leather insole, an open back, a kitten heel and an oversized buckle on the front.
Designer colour: BLUE
Made in Italy
Designer Style ID: 9XX0246
Farfetch ID: 12982089
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Canary Islands born Blahnik’s name has become so synonymous with classic yet elegant shoes, that the word ‘Manolo’ alone is enough to conjure up images of the ultimate in luxury footwear. A loyalist to the stiletto, Blahnik first became popular in the Seventies, and his sleek, timeless shapes and versatile colour palettes have remained on fashion’s wish list ever since.