Kokina Point-Toe Flat Mules

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Kokina is an old Istanbul tradition to celebrate the arrival of Christmas and the winter. To make kokina, you put together two plants that grow in the wild in Istanbul: Knee Holly and Anatolian Sarsaparilla. The making and selling of kokina is a tradition passed down from the Rum (Roman from the East Roman Empire, in other words, the Byzantium) who are the Turkish Greeks who made up a large number of the inhabitants of Constantinople, later Istanbul. It is said that the name kokina comes from kokkino, the Greek word for red.

- Point-toe flat mules
- Hand-embroidery
- Leather lining
- Leather insole and sole
- Composition: Velvet fabric
- Suitable for both inside and outside use
- Made in Anatolia

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Based in: Turkey

AnatolianCraft is a fashion brand of heritage and timeless elegance, committed to elevating women’s lives and caring for the Earth. Our jewel-like shoes are hand-made and hand-embroidered by real artisans, using organic, sustainable materials—slowly, stitch by stitch, with meticulous attention to quality and detail. Each pair is designed to elevate your style and add glamor to your everyday. Effortlessly and with ease. Each pair tells an embroidered story. Each collection is a tale of its own, whether it’s about the flora and fauna of the magical land we come from, or about women’s myths from the Seraglio. The truth is that it all began with one particular story—the story of a delightful pair of slippers that remained hidden in an antique chest for decades…

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