Babouche

Manufacturer of Morocco-style slippers founded in 2000 by Patrizio Miceli, Cyril Saulnier and Pierre Jacquet. These three men, with the help of the shoemakers of Marrakech, created these babouches by adjusting them to an urban, western style. Some of them, in fact, have a slight heel. They can be striped or with flowers, and made of leather, denim, snakeskin, silk, or tweed, even in a camouflage pattern. Sold in France at fifty points-of-sale, Babouche slippers have been quite successful, and are by now on sale in twelve other countries.