Laser-cut rubber flip flops

The chic and ultra-minimalist Annick flip-flop.

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With their square toe designed by Mariela Schwartz Montiel, the Annick flip-flops have a chic, streamlined look. They are crafted from sustainable rubber and infused with a gentle floral scent. Coloured using organic vegan dye for a naturally-derived shade, these angular sandals feature a debossed logo sole and a classic slip-on silhouette.

The entire manufacturing process for Carlotha Ray shoes is based in Italy's Marches region, renowned for its dedicated master craftsmen. Each creation is a testimony to exceptional savoir-faire and preserves the rich heritage of local communities.

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For the Annick flip-flops, Mariela Schwartz Montiel was inspired by the double filet - a fine filet and a wide filet - used around the edges of porcelain dishes and by the matte, powdery subtlety of "barbotine" - a clay paste used in pottery to make relief designs.
Advice from designer Mariela Schwarz Montiel: "The chic, ultra-minimalist white Annick flip-flops pair perfectly with a long denim skirt – a must this summer – and a white cotton blouse or T-shirt. We brighten up this duo of fashion basics with well-conceived accessories, like a mini chain bag and black sunglasses. I also love the combination of high-waist pants and a white crop top! Worn with a pair of white Annick flip-flops, a boater hat and a striped braided cabas bag. You'll be ready to admire the sunset, cocktail in hand! "
All our shoe models are ethically and sustainably manufactured from high-quality natural rubber sheets. These sheets undergo a precise laser cutting process to achieve the perfect shoe shape.
Day after day, Carlotha Ray is committed to giving a new dimension to the notion of sustainability. From the choice of raw materials to the design, each pair of shoes is the fruit of our unconditional commitment to the planet. So we use materials of natural origin sourced locally and derived as far as possible from waste recycling. 
  • - The sole's main material is natural rubber, extracted from plant latex and reinforced with organic matter such as eggshells from agricultural waste. What's more, leftover rubber scraps are reused for future shoe models.
  • - Natural pigments for sandals are obtained from medicinal herbs, flowers and plants - olive, artichoke, pepper, pomegranate, etc. - or other organic materials such as activated charcoal, eggshell and rice. These materials used for the dyes come from woodland foraging or are recovered from agricultural production waste. The entire supply chain is certified "organic".