Shoes for the sole Written on August 5, 2008, by Ingeborg.

50 million shoes have been sold. Each shoe takes 1 minute to produce. Recycled thermoplastic is injected into a mold at Brazilian shoeshop Melissa. Because they’re mono-material, shoes can be easily recycled. The factory is 99% waste free. With designers like Vivienne Westwood, Campana Brothers and recently architect Zaha Hadid, you might just begin to like plastic shoes.

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