Anna Wintour Doesn't Even Look at Shoes That Aren't This Brand


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Where Anna Wintour leads, we follow. We take heed of whatever she declares her favorite or least favorite trends, so you better believe we're all ears when she reveals her favorite shoe brand: Manolo Blahnik.

In a documentary about Blahnik called Manolo: the Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards, Wintour makes a bold claim about her love for the Spanish designer: "I can't remember the last time I wore anybody else's shoes—I mean, I just don't even look at them," she says in the film. Considering she has access to every designer under the sun, it's certainly a strong statement.

Remember those nude sandals Wintour has worn since 2011? Yep, they are by Manolo Blahnik, of course. So if you're looking for your next shoe investment, you might want to consider following Wintour's lead. Scroll down to watch Anna Wintour in the trailer for the Manolo Blahnik documentary, and keep reading to shop our picks.

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This post was originally published on July 21, 2017, and has been updated.

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