Outstanding craftsmanship

The material and the shaper. Our slippers are made in France by craftsmen of excellence. From the selection of materials to the manufacturing process, we strive to bring together the finest know-hows in France. We rely on the strength of our local fabric through a responsible approach, to support the employment of talents in our territories. Many of our craftsmen are recognized for their excellence and have been awarded the Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (EPV) label.

INMA laureate. We are laureate of the French National Institute of Art Professions (INMA) during the Sustainable Creation competition organized by KissKissBankBank, in January 2020.

Artisanat d'excellence

A high-end and responsible composition with a fully sewn sole specifically developed to avoid glues and an invisible comfort sole made of sheep's wool from the Massif Central to avoid traditional polyurethane foams.
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  • 1 External slipper uppers
    Upcycled materials from Nona Source or French linen
  • 2 Internal slipper uppers
    Vegetable-tanned velvet leather interior
  • 3 Sole in contact with the foot
    Cross-stitched 100% wool and upcycled materials or linen (no glue, no polyurethane foam)
  • 4 Comfort midsole
    100% wool felt
  • 5 Outsole
    Vegetable-tanned leather velvet from an eco-friendly French tannery
Final assembly workshop in the Indre region
Working with wool
Linen from the oldest French weaver
Legend has it that the oldest slippers discovered in Coptic tombs of the 2nd century were decorated in gold leaf. In line with this tradition, we offer the option to personalize each pair with initials marked with gold leaf foil in a Parisian workshop.
Our creations are guided by a permanent desire to strive for the most beautiful, responsible and sustainable quality. We favor natural materials (wool, linen) or recycled materials (fabrics from the great French luxury houses).
Because our state of mind is full of contradictions, LE SPLEEN is joyful.