With eco-friendly alternatives and responsible creation being a prerequisite for up-and-coming fashion brands, Laiik is setting itself apart with its traditional Greek sandal that fuses form and function for a bespoke shoe.
The responsible footwear brand offers both flat and heeled sandals that offer a chic, minimalistic aesthetic that will elevate any outfit. To reduce its carbon footprint, the sandals are made from vegetable-tanned leather hides that were recovered from cattle intended for the food industry, plus each piece is laser cut to ensure precision and reduce waste.
Partnering with third generation craftsmen, the brand embraces slow fashion with a direct-to-consumer distribution model -- making it an affordable option for eco-conscious consumers. These high-quality sandals were designed to withstand the test of tie and are available on Laiik.com for $140- $195.
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Laiik Offers Eco-Friendly Sandals That are Made to Last
1. Eco-friendly Fashion - Brands can innovate sustainability by using responsible materials and distribution models like direct-to-consumer to deliver affordable products.
2. Bespoke Shoes - Tailoring the design and fit of shoes for individual consumers can add value and create a unique experience.
3. Minimalistic Aesthetics - Simplifying the design of a product can attract consumers who prioritize function over form and appreciate clean and modern styles.
1. Fashion and Apparel - In this industry, there are opportunities to create sustainable, bespoke items that cater to consumers' taste for eco-friendly products without sacrificing style or quality.
2. E-commerce - Efficient distribution models such as direct-to-consumer can cut costs and appeal to consumers in search of affordable, high-quality goods.
3. Leather Production - Incorporating sustainable and ethical practices such as using recovered leather from the food industry can create differentiation and appeal to eco-conscious consumers.