In line with Jimmy Choo and Christian Louboutin, another true artist when it comes to women’s shoes is Manolo Blahnik. He is perhaps the one designer that has turned shoes into actual works of art which is the reason behind the opening of an exhibition in Prague dedicated to him. On display will be 212 shoes from over 30.000 unique styles from Blahnik’s private archive which dates back to the 70’s. The exhibition was curated by Cristina Carillo de Albornoz and built around pieces that present his list of influences and interests, which include architecture, botany, literature, cinema and the Eighteenth century. “Manolo’s shoes carry also his emotions, passions and his love for life; they echo his complex inner universe beyond conventions generally accepted and the result simply excels”, noted Carrillo de Albornoz. Make sure to catch the exhibition at Museum Kampa if you’re in Prague between now and November 12th.