Marrakesh Smoking Loafers

BLACK MOTIF Style #:30529929 Since learning the arts of patternmaking and sewing from his seamstress aunt at the age of 12, New York-based designer Tawfik Mounayer has made the rounds in the fashion industry, honing his craft before launching Tribune Standard in 2010. Mounayer's vision is to bring back thoughtful design, traditional craft and considered luxury to a world of fast fashion and instantaneous everything. The theme for of his first Anthropologie-exclusive line, Issued by Tribune Standard, is a Moroccan holiday (read: luxe shine, silk fringe, handpainted prints and texture galore). With textiles from Italy, India and Morocco, these spellbinding loafers are handcrafted in Maine by artisanal slipper specialists. In addition to being well-traveled and well-made, each pair is truly unique, combining a rare-find feel with the vibrancy of a stroll through a Moroccan souk. Between the glitzy-glam Italian textile, the lovely hand-painted design, and the authentic Moroccan wedding blanket option, we'd go with...all of them, of course! Marrakesh Smoking Loafers