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Mamahuhu

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by Micaela Sundberg on 25 May, 2016

Label overview: Born from a tradition of quality shoe making by Colombian artisan, Mamahuhu unifies luxury quality with affordable price, and creates social value. Known for it’s colorful leather footwear, the label is also dedicated to environment-friendly leather production process, and expowering artisans to create their own self-sustainable leather businesses. Sustainability offer: Mamahuhu sources its leather from Itagüi, […]
Label overview: Born from a tradition of quality shoe making by Colombian artisan, Mamahuhu unifies luxury quality with affordable price, and creates social value. Known for it’s colorful leather footwear, the label is also dedicated to environment-friendly leather production process, and expowering artisans to create their own self-sustainable leather businesses.
Sustainability offer: Mamahuhu sources its leather from Itagüi, Colombia, and ensures the tanning process is certified as chromium-free. The lable introduces an innovative business model by helping leather artisans in disadvantaged areas to set up their own workshops and teaching them the process of luxury shoe making. In this way, the brand is restructuring the leather industry in Colombia by building a sustainable network of entrepreneurs among leather artisans.

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