Handmade Backless slipper shoes made with RECYCLED traditional dresses and blouses of aborigen women from the Kuna culture.
The embroidery called Mola is reused to handmade these mules, and it is elaborated with an ancestral layered applique technique that has been passed down by women through generations in Colombia and Panama. Called ¨Mola¨ which means "fabric" in Kuna language, this traditional ethnic textile is handstitched by the artisans in a careful and creative process of placing, cutting and stitching layers of fabric. Every piece is unique which make our mules trully pieces of art.
These black & yellow mules portraiting people holding hands, feature:
Sustainable fashion made in Colombia.
Note: This is a handmade product, imperfections can be found without compromising its beauty, quality, or functionality. As a piece of art, the shoes have a beautiful unique and colourful embroidery pattern that can't be repeated
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