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DAMIR DOMA

'Frido' sandal
$754.51
Import duty included
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Description

Black calf leather 'Frido' sandal from Damir Doma featuring a thick front strap, an ankle strap, a silver tone buckle and a black nubuck leather insole.
Item ID:10411471

Composition & Care

  • Composition: Calf Leather 100%
  • Brand Style ID : frido10659843
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    • DAMIR DOMA
      'Frido' sandal

    SHIPPING FROM: DOSHABURI, Barcelona


    DOSHABURI
    The name means ‘torrential rain that purifies the soul’; the boutique hopes to have a similarly lofty effect on its customers. Doshaburi’s Japanese founder and owner has an eye for conceptual, individualistic pieces that sit in dramatic contrast to the surrounding aesthetic of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter.

    Designer: DAMIR DOMA


    The Croatian designer Damir Doma launched his eponymous label in 2006. Fascinated by texture, shadow and identity, Doma’s rough yet refined dark and light designs call into question traditional dress, juxtaposing elements of androgyny with contemporary cultural references.