Friday, 9 May 2014


A whole new level of shoes: In both quality and colour. These shoes are handmade in Spain and
They. Are. Delicious!
The styles and colours are unique and beautiful, edgy and raw. LOVE!
I wanted to share the current season, as SS14 is relevant right now, and in a few weeks, I'll share with you their AW14. Both are equally fantastic.
With a client list that includes Celebrities such as
Jessica Alba and Angelina Jolie as committed clients, this brand is the IT of Kids Kicks!

Feast your eyes on these:

About themselves they say
Born in 2001, Maá is a young family company based in Villena/the Alicante region, the heart of the children's shoe industry. 
It is a leading company of high-end children's footwear.
With great care, raw materials are selected, the latest trends are explored and the
style characteristics of each model are improved, with the aim of fulfilling our protocols
for comfort and care of children's feet.
As a guarantee of the best craftsmanship, our shoes, always exclusive, undergo the most
severe quality controls to be incorporated in the most innovative industrial systems.
As a contemporary and young company, we always try to use the most natural materials and components to create the most eco-friendly shoes possible. We have completely eliminated the toxic and chemical materials normally used in the shoe industry.  
The two collections, Manuela de Juan and MAÁ, on one side reflect the most
refined elegance, and on the other the most contemporary models. 

The director, Antonio López-Roca de Juan manages the factory with his sisters Amanda and Manuela.
Surrounded by a young and very professional team sharing
the same ethical and loyal way of business. 

MAÁ, shine in the window displays of the most exclusive national and international
boutiques, from Europe to the United States, passing through Russia, Arab countries
and up to the Far East

To purchase check out their own web-shop HERE

And for the MAÁ kicks Mr C has on here: FOUR MONKEYS
His cap from Loud Apparel he has on is also from FOUR MONKEYS

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