Iconic shoe designer Manolo Blahnik has teamed up with the British Fashion Council to create the exclusive imagery for London Fashion Week.
Manolo Blahnik has teamed up with the British Fashion Council on a creative project for London Fashion Week.
The iconic footwear designer has created the exclusive imagery for the autumn/winter 2013-14 show schedule, which takes place in the UK capital next February.
The sketches will be seen across all campaign and marketing material - both print and digital - for the prestigious event.
Manolo - who was given a blank canvas and an open brief - said in a statement: ''English women and their style inspire me tremendously. This series of drawings represents some of the figures I adore and who have influenced my life and work. I like extreme girls and the combination of the poise, the grandeur and the beauty of English women.''
Caroline Rush, chief executive of the BFC, said: ''We are so pleased to be collaborating with Manolo Blahnik, our BFA Outstanding Achievement winner for 2012, in this capacity. Manolo's sketches are world-famous and it will be both great fun and inspirational to see these displayed across London Fashion Week in February 2013.''
Last season's campaign material was created by Jonathan Saunders.
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