The Parisian label Baboosha stands for high-class slippers. With the finest alpaca fur, cuddly, and luxurious. A long-lasting must-have that impresses with style and color selection. Traditional, high-quality design, and natural materials score high in eco-glamour.
You might think slippers are just slippers. But you won't say that when you talk about the Paris label Baboosha. Here the slippers are incredibly comfortable, wonderfully warm, and absolutely luxurious. Majestically almost. This fits, because their fine fur comes from the Peruvian Suri Alpaka, which grazes stately in the Andes at an altitude of over 3000 meters. The fur of the animals has a fine curl and an especially beautiful shine. And it's longer than the fur from other alpacas.
The slippers in silky fur are designed in Paris with a soft leather heel and a comfortable foot bed; in Peru, each pair is handmade individually. The style of the slippers is fun, the workmanship, on the other hand, follows the old craft tradition with great seriousness. Anyone who tigers over the parquet in delicate pink, sandy beige, or gorgeous emerald green knows that he is on the move on highly environmentally friendly it-shoes or loitering on the couch.
The fur comes from animals that live freely and are kept entirely in accordance with their species. Baboosha works closely and transparently with Peruvian suppliers to ensure that leather, fur, and other materials come exclusively from sustainable and fair sources. In principle, no animals are slaughtered for the hides, but only those from animals that have died a natural death. Fur and leather are tanned and dyed with vegetable or ecologically compatible materials. Baboosha supports families in the Andes who are fairly remunerated.
1. Anastasia Cabrit, the founder of Baboosha in the middle of the Andes surrounded by Peruvian Suri Alpaka. 2. The Express Pink Babooshas 3. & 4. The current campaign shot in Paris
For Anastasia Cabrit, who manages the label, the soft shoe is an absolute favorite product. As a girl, the Frenchwoman always commuted between Paris (where her mother lived) and her father's country house in the southwest of France. She liked both; nature as well as sitting in a café and looking out for great fashion. Cabrit, who later studied photography and audiovisual media, often thought as a young woman about what she might later contribute to the world of fashion. She wouldn't have thought it would be Baboosha's gorgeous slippers. But now in her eyes they are the perfect mix of trés chic and nature...
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