Pink Ribbon features guest designers Pedro Garcia and Elizabeth Kellin. Including clothing by Carolina Herrera, Brunello Cucinelli, The Row, Jil Sander, Partow, Maxmara, Veronica Beard and Stella McCartney.
Every family has traditions, and for three generations, the Pedro García shoemakers have artistically produced fine footwear while redefining luxury from a “Made in Spain” point of view. This family of shoemakers draws upon its heritage and uncompromising craftsmanship to continuously keep the design-conscious one step ahead of the pack.
So what exactly goes into the creation of a Pedro García shoe? From designers to patternmakers, 89 people are involved in the process between conception and the time the shoes actually grace your feet. Two very important people lead this unique design process—brother-and-sister duo Mila and Pedro García—from their Elda headquarters in Alicante, Spain.
The brand is clearly and unquestionably associated with the “Made in Spain” mark. But Pedro García designs while keeping the international market in mind. The shoes are manufactured in Spain, exclusively in their home area: Elda, Alicante, a shoemaking city with highly skilled artisans. They aim to have the business make a positive impact in their area, and that is why 100% of production is manufactured in Elda. That’s also why “Made in Spain” appears in the logo.
Pedro García shoes speak for themselves. The strength of their styles is the design; that is what makes them so peculiar and desirable. Besides, seductive design can be perfectly combined with comfort. That mixture is what makes a style a definite must-have.
Dana Kellin Fine Jewelry
Los Angeles based jewelry designer Dana Kellin and her partner Elizabeth Kellin opened their business in 1994. The company is known for its feminine, sexy designs and the unparalleled quality and workmanship of its jewelry. When the two sisters started their business, the technique of wire wrapping was in its most primitive form. Kellin’s ingenious and artful approach to this age-old craft brought it to the forefront of the Designer Jewelry market. Each piece is constructed by wrapping fine-gauge sterling silver, gold fill and 14K gold wire with precious, semi-precious and pearl stones into various sculptural formations.