Jori Papa’s debut capsule collection features bold styles full of colour and personality. Her inspiration travels far and wide to deliver designs which not only excite the eye, but take us on a journey through the stunning world of nature. There, the designer finds inspiration in exotic birds of paradise and colourful Mandarin ducks, whose beautiful eye detail captivated Jori’s imagination. Thus, a striking interpretation of the bird’s eye motif finds its way onto her shoes. Exploring botany, bright red poppy flowers feature as embellishment on a mule. Faraway Africa shows up as inspiration by way of detailing reminiscent of tribal body painting.
A feminine mule with a lot of personality. A white graphic body punctuated by bright flower cutaways, all resting on a modern square heel. Inspired by the cheerful poppy seed flower, a designer favourite.
A mule inspired by African tribal body painting. A womanly shape decorated with bold fringing of coloured feathers and triangular detailing.
In pastel hues perfect for summer. The African theme continues on this fluid shape, in the form of a triangular edge which plays hide and seek with the toes.
A real showstopper. In a vivid shade of tangerine, a flattering silhouette complimented by triangular detailing inspired by African tribal body painting. This style shows off just enough foot.
Inspired by exotic and colourful birds of paradise. With its fluid lines and bright colourful details, this sandal will get you noticed. The back of the shoe features a feminine cut out which plays Peekaboo with the heel and elongates the leg.