Magrite Varnish & Asphalt is a very elegant black vegan shoe with cork platform, that adjust the foot by black shoelaces. The 40's were the inspiration for this shoes - practical shoes in a classic design renewed through the use of sustainable platforms. The color palette is based on the dark tones that coordinate with each other as well as mixed with natural colors in a feminine and delicate way. The cork platforms are a fundamental element and transversal to all the models - where the main objective is the symbiosis between comfort and elegance.
The Magrite models are inspired by the gentle and delicate way we see the surrealism of this French painter. It’s presented with a high contrast between the bright and delicasse from the varnish and the rough and tough of the asfalt, with the cork platform lined with varnish. this vegan approved by PETA® black shoe has an excelente fit and very elegante and confortable walk due to the cork platform that absorbd the impact of walking. The anti-perspirant and anti-odor recycled & vegan microfiber lining, the natural rubber sole and the elastic for adjusting to the foot. The microfiber is a high quality, resistente and vegan material with an ecologic Certification, this material has ecological practices by collecting their mains of cutting and production from the brands to recycle them in new materials.
- - Vegan aproved by PETA®
- - Handmade platform in cork block
- - Exterior in vegan onMicro
- - Lining in anti-perspirant and anti-odor recycled & vegan microfiber
- - Platform height: 12 cm (back) and 4 cm (front)
- - Confort insole in polyuretane sponge
- - Sole in natural rubber
Vegan Line - Marita Moreno’s Vegan Line is 100% free from use of animals and animal cruelty. All of the products that belong to this line are Vegan Approved by PETA®.
Cork is a natural material, recyclable, sustainable and vegan. This material is light, super soft, extremely flexible and easy to clean. We use cork from a Portuguese company, which have a natural forest and plantations of Cork Oak in Alentejo (south of Portugal). All the little pieces of cork are recycled multiple times. It’s the sustainable material used by NASA in the Space Aircrafts due to its properties.
Designed and made in Portugal in a Sustainable and Ethical perspective way - using only portuguese factories and handmade crafts to create its designs.