You’re about to discover your new footwear favorite. Introducing Calla’s Babouche slippers. Eclectic, exquisitely crafted, and totally unique, these are the epitome of sustainable style and conscientious design. Entirely handmade with no two pairs the same, these slippers are upcycled from vintage Boucharouite rugs and are the designer's homage to authentic Berber craft while also supporting local Moroccan craftspeople. If you’ve never worn a Babouche slipper before, you’re in for a treat. Cool, comfortable, and endlessly versatile, you’ll want to wear them with everything. Luckily, they go with it all: jeans, loungewear, cocktail dresses… you name it!
The Calla collection is a journey through the souks of Morocco, by way of Paris. Showcasing authentic Berber craftsmanship and imbued with a certain savoir-fare, Calla creates luxury textiles and babouche slippers, upcycled from vintage Boucharouite rugs. This is the embodiment of sustainable style; unbridled luxury and a bohemian spirit.
Upcycled Moroccan carpet Leather soles.
S - 24 cm M - 27 cm L - 30 cm
Wipe the surface with a soft, dry cloth.
SHIPPING & RETURNS
Shipping Costs We ship all over the world! If you are in the EU, shipping costs are 15€ per order. If your order is above 150€, shipping is on us! If you are not in the EU, shipping costs are 30€ per order. If your order is above 300€, shipping is on us!
Shipping Times All orders come with a tracking code so you will be able to follow your Goood order on its way to you! Do note that delays on shipping times would depend on your country and postal code.
Made by artisans using age-old techniques that are rooted in specific local traditions, often handcrafted, demonstrating the unique skill of the artisan and supporting one-a-kind pieces.
Respect for the people making the products we chose to feature is key to us. We make sure everyone is paid living wages and works under safe working conditions. This process promotes responsible production in an economy that values transparency.
Our designers are as committed as we are to the concept of minimal waste. In order to reduce waste, they use upcycled materials, including scrap and repurposed materials from discarded goods aiming at minimising the flow of waste into landfills.