YòKo: a new concept of product borrowed from the traditional Japanese sandalYòKo: a new concept of product borrowed from the traditional Japanese sandalYòKo: a new concept of product borrowed from the traditional Japanese sandal

YòKo: a new concept of product borrowed from the traditional Japanese sandal

YòKo is a new concept of product borrowed from the traditional Japanese sandal. The Japanese flip-flops. Made of high-quality anti-abrasion, lightweight microporous, available in an infinite range of colors and combinations. It is totally “Made in Italy” consisting of high-quality artisan laboratories. Two versions that differentiate the beautiful season from the winter one. For the FW, a microfibre matelassé contributes to a thermal seal. A tribute to the Orient, to Japan, its elegance, its culture and its traditions, here interpreted the key fashion and with great contemporaneity

For the summer, the footrests directly on the rubbery material with grooves that offer braking and pleasant well-being on contact. Some of the most significant boutiques in our country have purchased the product that will be on show from next March. Prices? “YòKo” is between eighty-five euros and one hundred euros as the final price to the consumer.

The launch covers simultaneously the season SS19 and the next FW19.20. The “YòKo” woman dominates the proposal, it differs in height and for the research on the materials that include: “3D” “Lurex” “Silk Velvet” and “Chenille” in summer. “Ecofur” “Boucle” “Lurex” and “Silk Velvet” for the winter. The “YòKo” man is imagined in a domestic version, for the garden, the edge of his pool. More limited, the height includes “3D” and “Silk velvets” in spring and summer. “Silk velvets” for the winter. In this last version always with support on matelassé in microfiber. The kaleidoscope of colors of both the microporous and the upper features of the upper gives the possibility of endless combinations that change from ultra chic combinations to really rock fashion proposals.

The company was founded by 3 business partners: Luigi Conti, Settimio Fazzano and Maurizio Ciambella and is based in the former Miss Sixty Headoffices in Chieti (Italy).