Ali bey studded babouches
Inspired by the famous Moroccan traditional slippers, which you can still find in the colourful souqs south of the Mediterranean, Kmana studded babouches are designed to be both a chic finishing touch and a stand-alone statement, with an 80’s edge. Hand-made using the finest vegetable tanned leather sourced from one of the oldest tanneries in Indonesia, these contemporary black pointed slippers will make you feel like a rock-an-roll star, with no needs for high heels. Perfect to team with a simple tee and jeans for a day look or dress them up with an evening outfit.
- Material and Fit
- Vegetable-tanned full-grain calf leather Silver studs
- Before shipping our accessories to their destination, we coat them with a gentle conditioner made of olive oil, shea butter, beeswax and essential oil. However, the shoes will need some extra love from you. For the first month of use, it is important to avoid taking the shoes out in the rain. This should give the fibres sufficient time to become more flexible and therefore less likely to react to water. To clean the shoes it is the best if you purchase a cream from the various online leather care outlets. You should always use a neutral, rather than a particular colour (which will contain a dye) and test on an inconspicuous area of the shoes.
- About Brands
- Kmana is a creative studio based in Indonesia deeply committed to sustainability and the principles of slow fashion. Kmana was born as a bridge to connect heritage indigenous craftsmanship, infused with contemporary design, with an audience that values unique, timeless, quality pieces, made in small batches and produced ethically and responsibly.Kmana is a purpose driven company with strong social responsibility. We promote local economic, social and cultural development and to do so, we work in partnership with a network of women weaver cooperatives, small artisan workshops and local foundations providing opportunities for disadvantaged women. We use vegetable-sourced pigments and ancestral techniques to tan the leather and dye the fabrics that we use in our bags and accessories, are committed to a zero-waste approach and strive to keep our environmental impact to a minimum. In December 2020 we sent our application to become a BCorp.
Kmana is a creative studio based in Indonesia deeply committed to sustainability and the principles of slow fashion. Kmana was born as a bridge to connect heritage indigenous craftsmanship, infused with contemporary design, with an audience of makers, shakers and wanderers who values unique, timeless, quality pieces, made in small batches and produced ethically and responsibly.Brand page