By  on March 20, 2019

LONDON — It’s an aesthetic match made in heaven: Art, architecture and history buff Manolo Blahnik is teaming with the Wallace Collection, a trove of fine and decorative arts and Old Master works, on a show meant to spotlight some of the designer’s great inspirations, WWD has learned.

When he’s not working or traveling, Blahnik likes to spend time wandering the grand rooms of The Wallace Collection, a few minutes’ walk from his company’s headquarters in Marylebone, taking in paintings by Rembrandt, Titian, Rubens, Velazquez, Canaletto and Boucher crowded onto the silk-covered walls.

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