Sarbella Sandals White by Cornelio Borda at White Label Project
Sarbella Sandals White by Cornelio Borda at White Label Project
Sarbella Sandals White by Cornelio Borda at White Label Project

Sarbella Sandals White

Regular price320.00 EUR
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By Peruvian brand Cornelio Borda, co-designed by Renata García-Menacho.

Introducing Cornelio Borda's elegant stylish Sarbella sandal featuring a round toe, recycled leather sole, and a chic crossed strap with buckle. Cornelio Borda's sustainable fashion line blends Peruvian and Italian craftsmanship, using repurposed materials like Alpaca wool and Pima Cotton yarn. Handcrafted by skilled artisans from Peru and Italy, their Alpaca Carpet collection features soft, luxurious shoes and bags, embodying their commitment to sustainable fashion.

Size: 37, 38, 39, 40, 41

High Heel (9 cm./3.54 in.)

Color variants: Black, Red, White

Material: Salvaged Alpaca Fur, Patent leather, Infraditto (between the toe strap).

Never use hot water to clean. If stained, wipe with cool, damp cloth.

Pre-order now. Delivery in 30-40 days.

VAT is included in the price. Deliveries to non-EU countries might come with extra taxes and import duties that the customer must cover.

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Meet Cornelio Borda

In her work, Renata García-Menacho combines her love for Peruvian culture with Italian craftsmanship. She works directly with Peruvian and Italian artisans in order to promote cultural exchange in the development of her products.

The founder has worked with several Italian companies dedicated to creating ideas, materials, and designs for the fashion conglomerates LMVH and Kering. Her love for accessories motivated her to move to the Marche region of Italy to work directly with Italian artisans who are experts in the sector. After this journey, she returned to Peru and founded Cornelio Borda: an ode to her family supported by her talent and experience.

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