Antolina is the name of a new shoes collection based on the concept created by the Paraguayan designer Mariela Montiel. These shoes are made from a hand-woven material traditional to the Makas Indians, an ethnic tribe. The cotton is hand-picked, spun and woven after dying the material with vibrant and luminous colors inspired by the surroundings. With these magnificent fabrics and the designs, the shoes take on a life between the hands and the factory of the master creator of espadrilles, Louis Castañer. Thanks to this project, Mariela Montiel wants to provide a means of living for the indigenous tribes and to revitalize an endangered craft.