Stylistic research and exquisite craftsmanship have always been the trademark of the proposal of Mofra Shoes srl, a company founded in 1991 by Pasquale and Giuseppe Morghese, which is heir to sixty years of family tradition in the sector. Increasingly oriented towards sustainable projects, today Mofra Shoes launches PAP – Pret-à-porter, a new line of sneakers developed by creative director Biagio Castellano, made from an innovative material that is fruit of a mix of corn and 100% recycled PET, with cork insoles, 100% cotton laces, and a recyclable rubber sole, all rigorously ‘Made in Italy’. Characterising the proposal is the logo that recalls the recycling symbol, which is positioned on the side of the upper of the four models: a low-top sneaker, a high-top sneaker, and two two-tone versions, in bright and fresh shades ranging from mint green to bright yellow, and the unmissable black and white optical versions. Produced with a sustainable policy that aims to reduce the environmental impact both in terms of raw materials and the eventual disposal of the materials, they are proposed with FSC-certified cardboard packaging coming from responsible sources.