August 29, 2017
St. Agni's Paris Mules
St. Agni | Paris Mules | Leather | Suede | Salt Living
St. Agni’s gorgeous Paris Mule is a sophisticated but extremely comfortable style that is hand made from the highest quality leather. With a slightly pointed toe and raised heel, the Paris is perfect for any occasion through the cooler seasons.
Available at Salt Living in Tan, Clay, Sand and Olive.

 

St. Agni was founded by Matt and Lara Fells in the iconic coastal town of Byron Bay in 2014. Their vision was to create simple luxurious pieces that reflect the beauty and freedom of the Australian lifestyle, using quality leather and fabrics. 

Their philosophy is that less is more, and combined with the integrity and passion we bring to the design process, our minimalistic approach has created a range of versatile pieces that work with a structured wardrobe or everyday style.

St. Agni | Paris Mules | Leather | Suede | Salt LivingSt. Agni | Paris Mules | Leather | Suede | Salt Living

They take pride in their products and the relationships they have with the people and factories we choose to work with. St. Agni work with a small leather factory in Java that consists of approximately 50 staff members.

“It is only by working directly with the artisans that we can ensure the quality of our product.”

As a company they recognise their responsibility to minimise our impact on the environment. St. Agni constantly strive to reduce our waste and our carbon footprint. The cows used to produce their leather are sourced from a selection of local farms, raised purely for consumption and leather.

St. Agni | Paris Mules | Leather | Suede | Salt Living

The use of plastic is minimised in our packaging process and all of our products are shipped in reusable dust bags. St. Agni source as many materials as possible from Indonesia and importantly we are careful to only produce to meet demand.

Shop St. Agni Paris Mules - Clay, Tan, Olive or Sand



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