An airy cult loafer celebrates its fashion comeback – with all of today’s comforts.
Easy to match. Sturdy enough for the city. And a treat for your feet. By Rivieras.
Whether it’s for a game of boule at a fancy lido or while relaxing on a sailing yacht: In the 50s, Rivieras loafers were the summer hit along the Spanish coast. Now the Paris fashion designers Dan Amzallag and Fabrizio Corveddu have carefully modernised this cult shoe.
Retro chic from the past. But state-of-the-art comfort.
Soft terry cloth lining and a removable leather insole turn this contemporary remake into your perfect holiday companion: You will no longer slide around in your shoe unpleasantly, and your bare feet won’t become stained as in the past. Your feet will be able to breathe even in tropical temps thanks to the airy cotton net fabric in the front section of the upper. The hardwearing canvas upper and the flexible grip sole will always keep you steady on your feet.
Can be worn with so many items in your summer wardrobe.
With shorts at the beach café, chinos or jeans while taking in historic sites, or with casual linen trousers at a garden party: Your new loafers will work with (almost) every outfit, on any occasion.
Textile uppers and lining, leather insole, rubber outsole. Made in Spain.