To celebrate the good news,
Cano just released their first ever climate neutral collection for the Spring/Summer 2021. The collection features two contrasting ideas, ancient weaving techniques rooted in the Mayan culture, and a mix between contemporary minimal designs and the traditional Mexican craftsmanship. It is to no surprise that Cano’s new collection blends such unique philosophies together, as they are always innovating, tweaking their creations and evolving with the artisans.
“We are continuously redefining our own aesthetics. Every production batch of our huaraches has a small improvement – it can be the upper, the sole or even the smallest detail in the insole. We are looking for perfection and this can only be achieved over time, with many trials and errors“, they shared.
The inspiration behind this collection came from the need to return to ancient heritage and old wisdom while only focusing on the essentials through a “less is more” concept. Some models feature sleek minimalistic designs, suitable for the new way of living at home. Others are more similar to the traditional Mexican huarache, but incorporate Cano’s debut of a complex weaving pattern to commemorate new beginnings and cherish the old shoe-making practices. No matter the conceptual differences, every piece in the collection has Cano’s distinctive incredibly soft vegetable-tanned leather feel and the exceptionally comfy low stacked heels. Skillfully handcrafted, free from hazardous chemicals, fully traceable, fair to the artisans and the planet, and most of all, with love from Mexico.
Check out the new collection on Staiy.