This Italian-made brand is reinventing the classic flip flop
Just in time for summer, this Italian-made brand is reinventing the classic flip flop
Putting a luxury spin on a very familiar summer wardrobe staple, these laser-cut flip flops by Italian-made brand Carlotha Ray are so pretty, they’re almost too good for the beach.
Made from sustainably-sourced rubber, they’re a feminine take on the humble jandal, a shoe that has been re-adopted by the fashion set and on runways for the past few seasons as a chic and minimal sandal option for every day.
Founded by designer Mariela Schwarz Montiel, the scalloped
silhouettes and delicate perforations of Carlotha Ray shoes are inspired by porcelain and the filigree metal architecture in the garden of her home in Limoges, France.
Sustainability is important to the designer, with each and every
shade of the sandals naturally dyed with Earth-friendly materials. The
likes of medicinal herbs and flowers are used, as well as plants like
olive, pomace, artichoke, pepper, pomegranate, almond and walnut husks, and soil and vegetable carbon.
Des parfums qui ont de l'esprit. Les deux nouvelles créations Carlotha Ray parlent chaleur et contemplation.
Les essences de cannelle et de safran diffusent un souffle chaud … un écho exquis aux notes de poire et de framboise
Elles font bouger les lignes. Les actrices de notre Prix Beauté Star lui ont décerné le premier prix de la catégorie Espoir