The art of the handmadeFollowing a trip we took to Africa and Asia we discovered the art of the handmade. Handmade, this is the hallmark of a new low-tech concept that shuns modern technologies of mass production, reviving forgotten skills and giving products a patina that immediately feels authentic and true.
Crafted by highly skilled hands using careful, precise movements, the artisans display an expertise that has been acquired over the years and cultivated with passion, ensuring that the secrets of the artisans will not be lost. These talented artisans work with patient, old-fashioned movements creating styles that are always new, yet reflect a sense of tradition. Subsequently freehand craftsmanship makes each item exquisitely unique. Handmade, gives us a low-key elegance that is renewed season after season yet never loses its ties with tradition, because it is based on the solid values of natural materials and ancient craftsmanship.
Capsule is working with local artisans and women cooperations for the production of our products. Our mission is to contribute so that the artisans can make a living of their crafts and maintain their traditional values, and to help get their work the recognition it deserves outside their local communities. We want to provide better alternatives for the consumer. An alternative that is more friendly to our planet, an ethical alternative that does not exploit the workers, and an alternative that gives the consumer a unique product with a high quality and a history.
Capsule raffia shoes
These shoes have been designed by us in Spain inspired by the traditional babucha shoes, origen model, and made in Morocco using raffia sourced from Madagascar. A team of highly skilled female artisans perfectly sculpture each pair using a combination of intricate weaves. A single pair can take up to two days to construct, making each pair of shoes special and sought after. These beautiful shoes are extremely friendly and they give a very high quality of comfort.
Wholesale at firstname.lastname@example.org