11 March 2013

Fashion + Decorating

Some of the best design collaborations collide in the world of fashion and interior decorating.

Recently we saw Quadrille lend their patterns to the Palm Beach sandal, Jack Rodgers, and now Madeline Weinrib, a NYC staple is sharing her textiles with Manolo Blahnik's sassy heels.


Here are some of the Quadrille patterns:



 Read all about it in the Vogue Daily:

Need It Now: Madeline Weinrib + Manolo Blahnik's Ikat Pumps


need-it-now-madeline-weinrib.jpg Photo: (from left) Courtesy of Madeline Weinrib; Michael Lisnet, Vogue, November 2004
“It’s not a print, it’s an heirloom,” says designer Madeline Weinrib of her handcrafted ikat known as the Daphne, one of a smattering of signature textiles to be included in a new collaboration with Manolo Blahnik. Working in partnership with artisans in Uzbekistan, Weinrib—granddaughter of ABC Carpet & Home founder Max Weinrib—honors traditional techniques that have existed in the region for centuries while bringing a modern touch to the inky motifs. “I love seeing the mistakes in the fabric; it adds to the poetry of it,” says Weinrib, pointing out that ikat is highly prized in certain Eastern cultures, and passed down from generation to generation. “There’s a lot of soul in the yarn.” Those designs appear on Blahnik’s classic four-inch pumps, loafers, and the insole of flat summer sandals in the collection. “I think Manolo and I share the same values when it comes to making things with a lasting quality,” she says. “I recently pulled out a pair of his shoes from my closet that I hadn’t worn in years—and they felt like new.”

Manolo Blahnik featuring Madeline Weinrib BB pump, $645; Saks Fifth Avenue
Features Madeline’s Daphne ikat fabric
Available at Saks Fifth Avenue


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