Annie & Lori Launches Eco-Friendly Vegetable-Tanned Shoe Collection
More and more shops are coming up with ways to help save the environment by developing sustainable and eco-friendly products. In the footwear scene, Annie & Lori joins the movement with the release of their very chic Vegetable-Tanned Leather collection.
“We wanted to use the platform that Annie & Lori has built through the years to promote sustainable fashion and to do our share in reducing our impact on the environment,” Faith Mijares, founder and head designer of Annie & Lori, said.
Vegetable tanning is the process of turning cowhide into leather using natural materials, without harmful chemicals that are usually used in the process. Products used in vegetable tanning are highly durable and biodegradable that—with proper care—can last a lifetime.
The Vegetable-Tanned Leather collection showcases four fashionable easy-wear, slip-on sandals with extra sole cushion and a black in-sole for easy maintenance. All the sandals in the collection are available in natural and maroon colors.
There are four shoes under the Vegetable-Tanned Leather collection.
Esther (Php 1,990) features an easy-wear leather slip-on that boasts a unique and stylish twist.
Esther (Php 1,990)
Phoebe (Php 1,990) is a classic easy-wear leather slip-on with a thong.
Phoebe (Php 1,990)
The Naomi (Php 1,899), on the other hand, is a flip-flop sandal that you can wear anywhere.
Naomi (Php 1,899)
Lastly, the Atarah (Php 2,699) is a heeled easy-wear leather slip-on.
Atarah (Php 2,699)
You can purchase the natural-colored sandals at Annie & Lori pop-up stores in Alabang Town Center, Eastwood Mall, and Powerplant Mall’s Retail Lab.
The maroon-colored sandals, on the other hand, will be offered exclusively at Greenbelt’s Common Thread and Powerplant Mall starting October.
Consequently, you may also purchase the sandals on their website.
This is a press release. Edits were made prior to editing.
Images courtesy of Annie & Lori.