Pineapples and Love launched its first collection in Spring 2016 with artistically-designed footwear that is designed in Los Angeles and carefully handcrafted in Spain. Our espadrilles collection includes kids and women – specially designed shoes hand-stitched by traditional Spanish shoe-makers. Our styles feature a colorful and fun range of embroidered designs. All materials are durable, comfortable and carefully-sourced. Espadrilles are a Spanish tradition– using eco-friendly jute rope and braiding as the material that keeps the shoes true to their name and comfort level. We are proud to be active supporters of Paso Pacifico and their campaign to save sea turtles off of the Central American coast from poaching and other activities that harm them. We donate a portion of Pineapples and Love proceeds to support this vital cause.
Pineapples and Love offers Exclusive Collaborations: creation of capsule collections designed and produced exclusively in collaboration with other brands.
For the last decade Paola Erazun has specialized in styling in the world of fashion editorials, celebrities and commercials for men and women. She easily adapts to the needs of brands, photographers, and talent she works with. Fully adaptable, Paola prides herself on creating bespoke projects for the needs of her clients. She has consulted and worked with brands such as Dior, Guerlain, Nivea, Billabong, Levis, Givenchy and Kenzo among of others. Erazun’s gorgeous designs will never compromise comfort, as all footwear has a perfect balance of feel and appeal.
Erazun also wanted to bring together her for footwear, animals and the environment. For this reason a portion all proceeds generated by Pineapples and Love online sales will go directly to Paso Pacifico , an organization that works to preserve endangered wildlife and natural ecosystems in Central America. Paso Pacífico supports the vital cause of supporting and donating to sea turtles that are commonly poached along the Pacific coast in Nicaragua, as well as work with the local leaders and residents to clean water for children.