Classic Lady Sandal
Melissa’s Classic Lady Sandal has a black matte finish and platform heels. Open toe design as well as cross over straps. Soft adjustable ankle straps also offer extreme comfort. This style comes in whole sizes only. If you wear a half size, please size down.
All Melissa shoes are made from MELFLEX plastic, a patented, hypo allergenic, 100% recyclable and extremely flexible PVC.
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Founded 1979 because of inspiration from the sea. The idea for their first shoe came from a shoe worn by French Riviera fishermen. ‘Aranha’, a closed-toe sandal with buckle closure, became very popular in Brazil and until today remains the most sought after style. Just in the last 10 years, Melissa has not only produced more than 32 million pairs but also is now sold in more than 70 countries worldwide.
Melissa combines art, fashion, design and most importantly its sustainability. Collaborating with big names in fashion, art and even architecture. 1983 began their first collaboration with Jean-Paul Gaultier, known for his eccentric, avant-garde style. Top Collection campaign showcased high fashion in the 90’s with Claudia Schiffer, one of the legendary catwalk muses of that time. 2010 brought together Melissa and Zaha Hadid to adapt the world of architecture for your feet. Then came Karl Lagerfeld; and in 2008 Melissa + Vivienne Westwood, one of the world’s greatest stylists.
100% cruelty-free and recyclable Melflex, a proprietary form of PVC that brings flexibility, comfort, and durability to every pair of Melissa shoes. Their unique smell that some describe as bubblegum remains one of Melissa’s hallmarks. A memory trigger to connect childhood moments from an adult’s point of view. “Part of a teenage memory of those who grew up associating their shoes to a significant time in their lives.”
From their bio:
“Express yourself through your shoes. We permit creative liberation and the capability to create icons.”
Take a look at the Jeremy Scott Collaboration. www.melissa.com.br/us/collabs/jeremy-scott