OUR FACTORIES

Where the magic happens.

Our factories are nested in Italy's Tuscany region, close to Florence. Aside from magnificent art and history, this region is famous for its leather craftsmanship and is producing the world's most luxurious footwear.

Each factory we work with shares a common goal of providing the best quality possible. This is why we feel confident to be transparent about every step of our production.

We are particularly proud of the sustainable processes they have adopted, such as renewable energy sources and cyclical water usage.

OUR FACTORIES

Where the magic happens.

Our factories are nested in Italy's Tuscany region, close to Florence. Aside from magnificent art and history, this region is famous for its leather craftsmanship and is producing the world's most luxurious footwear.

Each factory we work with shares a common goal of providing the best quality possible. This is why we feel confident to be transparent about every step of our production.

We are particularly proud of the sustainable processes they have adopted, such as renewable energy sources and cyclical water usage.

OUR FACTORIES

Where the magic happens.

Our factories are nested in Italy's Tuscany region, close to Florence. Aside from magnificent art and history, this region is famous for its leather craftsmanship and is producing the world's most luxurious footwear.

Each factory we work with shares a common goal of providing the best quality possible. This is why we feel confident to be transparent about every step of our production.

We are particularly proud of the sustainable processes they have adopted, such as renewable energy sources and cyclical water usage.

OUR FACTORIES

Where the magic happens.

Our factories are nested in Italy's Tuscany region, close to Florence. Aside from magnificent art and history, this region is famous for its leather craftsmanship and is producing the world's most luxurious footwear.

Each factory we work with shares a common goal of providing the best quality possible. This is why we feel confident to be transparent about every step of our production.

We are particularly proud of the sustainable processes they have adopted, such as renewable energy sources and cyclical water usage.

OUR FACTORIES

Where the magic happens.

Our factories are nested in Italy's Tuscany region, close to Florence. Aside from magnificent art and history, this region is famous for its leather craftsmanship and is producing the world's most luxurious footwear.

 

Each factory we work with shares a common goal of providing the best quality possible. This is why we feel confident to be transparent about every step of our production.

 

We are particularly proud of the sustainable processes they have adopted, such as renewable energy sources and cyclical water usage.

RECYCLING WATER

The tanneries we work with use chrome tanning, done with a chemical called chromium - 90% of all leather today is done this way. It results in softer, less prone to stains material, making the final product more long-lasting.

All of our suppliers recycle their waste water, which means that post-production water is sent to recycling point, where the chemicals are separated and the water is recycled for further use. It is a strictly regulated and impactful process. See more.

REDUCING C02

We reduce our CO2 emissions by having our suppliers close to the factories, so there is as little transport as possible. It is a practice, known as KM0 (kilometre zero) in Italian food circles - using local ingredients in close proximity.

We also encourage our factories to use local producers for the smaller components, located in a radius less than 100km, in order to reduce our carbon trace and help the local economy in Tuscany.

POWERED BY SUNLIGHT

All of our nappa and suede models come from our main leather supplier, where we first found luxury leftover leathers in unique colours. We loved the idea of giving purpose to quality materials left behind because of a wrong colour or overproduction.

We also loved that this small tannery used traditional methods as well as renewable energy - they are powered by solar panels! See more.

THE FACTORIES

DANISH DESIGN

Roccamore shoes are designed by the Danish designer Frederikke Antonie Schmidt.

After graduating from the famous design school Polimoda, Frederikke had a chance to work for several luxury brands before returning to Copenhagen where she developed her special insole and started her own label of comfortable high heels.


HANDMADE IN ITALY

Roccamore shoes are made by world class Italian manufacturers in Tuscany. Our factory is a small family owned business, that have been making shoes by hand for 3 generations.
 
Roccamore shoes are produced in very high quality and takes 3 full months to produce, passing through 17 people and 22 steps before they are ready.

SUSTAINABLE FASHION

We only create collections when we see the need and we focus on creating long lasting products rather than fast fashion. We crowdsource our design and test everything with our customers.
 
Materials are often bought from the bigger luxury brands, as leftovers that would have been otherwise burned, making most models very limited editions.

OUR FACTORIES

Where the magic happens.

Our factories are nested in Italy's Tuscany region, close to Florence. Aside from magnificent art and history, this region is famous for its leather craftsmanship and is producing the world's most luxurious footwear.

Each factory we work with shares a common goal of providing the best quality possible. This is why we feel confident to be transparent about every step of our production.


We are particularly proud of the sustainable processes they have adopted, such as renewable energy sources and cyclical water usage.

RECYCLING WATER

The tanneries we work with use chrome tanning, done with a chemical called chromium - 90% of all leather today is done this way. It results in softer, less prone to stains material, making the final product more long-lasting.

All of our suppliers recycle their waste water, which means that post-production water is sent to recycling point, where the chemicals are separated and the water is recycled for further use. It is a strictly regulated and impactful process. See more.

REDUCING CO2

We reduce our CO2 emissions by having our suppliers close to the factories, so there is as little transport as possible. It is a practice, known as KM0 (kilometre zero) in Italian food circles - using local ingredients in close proximity.

We also encourage our factories to use local producers for the smaller components, located in a radius less than 100km, in order to reduce our carbon trace and help the local economy in Tuscany.

POWERED BY SUNLIGHT

All of our nappa and suede models come from our main leather supplier, where we first found luxury leftover leathers in unique colours. We loved the idea of giving purpose to quality materials left behind because of a wrong colour or overproduction.

We also loved that this small tannery used traditional methods as well as renewable energy - they are powered by solar panels! See more.

THE FACTORIES

RECYCLING WATER

The tanneries we work with use chrome tanning, done with a chemical called chromium - 90% of all leather today is done this way. It results in softer, less prone to stains material, making the final product more long-lasting.

All of our suppliers recycle their waste water, which means that post-production water is sent to recycling point, where the chemicals are separated and the water is recycled for further use. It is a strictly regulated and impactful process. See more.

REDUCING CO2

We reduce our CO2 emissions by having our suppliers close to the factories, so there is as little transport as possible. It is a practice, known as KM0 (kilometre zero) in Italian food circles - using local ingredients in close proximity.

We also encourage our factories to use local producers for the smaller components, located in a radius less than 100km, in order to reduce our carbon trace and help the local economy in Tuscany.

POWERED BY SUNLIGHT

All of our nappa and suede models come from our main leather supplier, where we first found luxury leftover leathers in unique colours. We loved the idea of giving purpose to quality materials left behind because of a wrong colour or overproduction.

We also loved that this small tannery used traditional methods as well as renewable energy - they are powered by solar panels! See more.

THE FACTORIES