By the late 60s, the city of Saint Tropez has become an open-air stage for hedonistic evenings, where a jet-setting crowd redefined the sartorial codes of summer elegance. The socialites of this era only wore supple loafers, paired with white or colourful trousers, and open-collared shirts to show off their bronzed skin.

The Tahiti loafer pays tribute to this era, when holidays were a break for everyone and everything, with the exception for style.


Where there is no lining, there is more comfort. Lasted onto a fine leather sole, it is the must-have summer shoe this season thanks to its incomparable fit.

Now available in four colours in suede and black deerskin.