Handmade with love!
Morocco is a magical land renowned for its landscapes, the warmth of its inhabitants, and its cuisine. Also, Morocco is the place of birth of leather goods as vegetable tanning was invented there at the end of the 19th century.
Founded in 2016 in Casablanca, HOB (meaning love in Arabic) follows the steps of this well-preserved know-how. Born from the mind of Hind Bennis, leather specialist who worked for Christian Dior, Karine Arabian and Sonia Rykiel, HOB is an eco-friendly brand of handmade slippers.
Designed in a artisanal workshop specialized in traditional leather work, the slippers benefit from this great craftsmanship.
HOB slippers are made of vegetable tanned soft leather mounted on a rubber nonslip outer sole. Some of the brand's creations are designed in a particular ethical manufacturing process: by recycling scraps of fabric or jeans from textile factories. HOB also ensures the safety of children and the serenity of parents using only chemical-free materials.
This year, Hind Bennis has partnered with Samia Benjelloun, bedlinen and children's furniture designer, to give a new impetus to her brand.
The range has enriched with two new products: the Zayn sneakers and the Amira ballerinas.
As HOB is a story of love, sharing plays an integral part of its values. For each product sold, a percentage of the profits is donated to a childcare organization.