The black crossed sandals of Nulla Nomen are made of naturally tanned leather. The sandal has two wide straps that cross each other at the toes and close at the heel with a metal buckle closing.
The timeless style of the sandals make them easy to combine with almost anything. Under shorts, skirts, dresses and long trousers.
Nulla Nomen is a Dutch conscious lifestyle brand. The Sandals are 100% made in Greece, where the archetype sandal is originated.
The leather is made of Greek cows and is locally tanned in an ecological and organic way. Afterwards, the beautiful skin is handmade into these sandals by a Greek craftsman with over 60 years of experience.
One would say that leather and sustainable fashion can’t go hand-in-hand. The truth is there is a bit of a love/hate relationship between the two. Although leather by itself is a beautiful material and sustainable in the sense that it’s strong and contemporary, unfortunately, the conventional leather industry is far from eco-, people- and animal-friendly.
But the good news is that there is a constant development going on in making sure that fashion items made of leather become healthier for people and the planet. At Charlie+Mary we use the term ‘eco-leather’ for leather that has been treated without the use of harmful chemicals like chromium IV, PCP and AZO dyes. Instead, the leather is organically tanned. This adds to a cleaner and safer tanning process and reduces the carbon footprint of this material.
Nulla Nomen leather is organically tanned without harmful chemicals. The leather is then made into these sandals, by craftsmen with more than 60 years experience, in basic colours and models to ensure you can wear them as long as they last.