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This Sustainable Footwear Brand Should Be On Your Radar

This Sustainable Footwear Brand Should Be On Your Radar

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Quietly and confidently building a name for itself, Italian footwear label Iindaco is check-listing everything that might appeal to today’s woman: a commitment to sustainability, directional design, true Italian craftsmanship. Check. Check. And check.
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Founded by friends, Pamela Costantini and Domitilla Rapisardi, who met in 2014 when both worked at Roberto Cavalli, Iindaco is named after the indigo color that marks the transition from day to night – a nod to the label’s focus on day-to-evening dressing. Influenced by 90s pop culture and laidback, girl-next-door effortlessness, their designs offer no-fuss silhouettes (flat and midi styles) with a cheeky twist (crystal-encrusted flame-print heels).
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It is, perhaps, this balance of understated elegance and ‘quirk’ that has attracted the likes of Yendry, Marta Pozzan, and Natalie Lim Suarez, in addition to regional fashion darlings Dana Hourani, Nathalie Fanji, and Lana Albeik, who are all early admirers of the label.
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With the launch of their new FW21 collection – a covetable offering inspired by ‘the magic of the night’ and comprising four-inch heeled pumps, three-inch heeled sling-back shoes, crystal-adorned mules, loafers, and lace-up boots crafted from Iindaco’s signature moiré silk and rendered in mustard and emerald green – the brand is eyeing a bigger chunk of the global footwear market.
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For the label’s founders, luxury is responsibility, so they have admirably weaved sustainability into every stage of production, from design to realization, from the materials to distribution. They even source excess fabrics and leather leftovers from Italy’s warehouses and stockists, diverting and reusing scrap materials to ultimately reduce waste. The use of certified linings in biodegradable leather, recycled and recyclable ABS heels and regenerated leather insoles are just a few of their eco-friendly commitments.
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Iindaco is available from Bloomingdale’s in both Dubai and Kuwait, as well as via its own online store.
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