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Here Are Footwear That Are Both Sustainable And Easiest To Disinfect Today!

Know the latest in Ipanema and its sister brand!


We all have a pair of trusted Ipanema flip-flops—overused and overworn bur definitely well-loved! Not only is this summer the perfect time to wear and rewear them over and over again, there’s more reason to love this Brazilian footwear brand. This season welcomes their most sustainable flip-flip yet, the Ipanema Confetti, and their sister brand Rider which celebrates you, adapting to any kind of style and personality.



The Ipanema Confetti is a thong-type flat sandal with a rounded toe and adjustable ankle straps. The Brazilian brand has always been promoting sustainable manufacturing in the fashion industry with pieces that are 100% recyclable and containing up to 30% pre-consumer recyclable materials. But it’s the very first time today, with the confetti, that they have developed a product that’s not only 100% recyclable, but also made of 100% recyclable materials! This is only the beginning of more fully recycled and recyclable slippers for the brand.


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Ipanema Confetti, P1,795


Rider, on the other hand, aims its focus from the shoe to you—making sure YOU are celebrated in any kind of footwear you choose. Its designs are focus to go with your style and lifestyle, raw and real. The new release from the brand includes 3 styles of casual footwear: the R1, a versatile flipflop featuring gradient-style designs in ice blue and silver gray; the Street Sports, waterproof flipflops in yellow/gray and blue/red, flexible thanks to its Flexpand sole; and the Street Slide, a lightweight and flexible slip-on sandal with an anatomical sole that ensures its comfort.


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Rider R1, P1,295


Both brands are such a need in today’s setting. Not only are rubber slippers the easiest to disinfect, they can easily match your look for a casual day out too. Isn’t that a great start already—function with no compromise?


For more information, please visit @ipanema.philippines and @rider.philippines