How to be Ecological and stylish all at the same time

Melissa Making + Alexandre Herchcovitch

For Alexandre Herchcovitch

The Brazilian made Melissa plastic shoes are way more comfortable than the old school jellies. These plastic shoes are made from recyclable PVC in a socially responsible factory where 99,9% of the waste is recycled. Collaborations include Jean Paul Gautier, Vivienne Westwood and Alexandre Herchkovitch.

So stride out in style and leave only a soft jelly carbon footprint

Melissa Thinking

Melissa Thinking, a basic flattie in a myriad of colours

A basic flattie, charming, though, promising to complement casual and feminine looks. Its flocked texture, and the small golden lace applied to its side grant it a final finish. Available in an array of fashionable 2011 colours

Melissa Having Tricot grants sophisticated comfort.

Melissa Having Tricot grants sophisticated comfort.

Ideal to face rain without disregarding elegance, Melissa Having Tricot grants sophisticated comfort. The appication in warp knitting adds the charm of the Alps and turn this model into a practical option to face cold weather.

 Vivienne Westwood Anglomania + Melissa Temptation ii

Vivienne Westwood Anglomania + Melissa Temptation II

VIVIENNE WESTWOOD ANGLOMANIA + MELISSA SKYSCRAPER

Vivienne Westwood Anglomania + Melissa Skyscraper

In association with Vivienne, one more reloaded classic is born: pumps. Their simple, but not much, lines wrap the anatomy of women’s feet, granting comfort and style for everyday use.

Browse the website for further styles and for their excellent Melissa TV ad campaigns on You Tube.  www.melissa.com.br  First seen on Daily Candy

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