Cuple’

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Antonia Pastor is the creator of the Cuplé universe. She started in 1987 an ambitious project opening the first Cuplé shop in Elche (Alicante). Today her brand is considered among the top 10 Spanish companies in the shoe industry.

Cuple’ shoes and accesories designs have been selected by many Spanish designers and stylist as important as Mercedes de Miguel, Dolores Cortés, Hannibal Laguna, Antonio Alvarado or Juan Duyos to complete their fashion collections for national and international fashion shows.

Cuple’ uses the best quality stamp, therefore every time the design of the product allows it, we have identified our brand with the pink coloured sole as a symbol of style and feminity. The pink sole identifies at first sight a 100% made in Spain product. At Cuplé we believe in the Spanish design industry and the quality and creativity of Spanish designers. The pink sole represents the Spanish passion we have when we design and produce all Cuplé products. A pink touch of style and glamour that an elegant woman deserves all day long.

Fashion, style, confort, elegance, sensuality… Cuplé works for a modern and cosmopolitan woman who feels proud of her feminity.

Cuplé manufacturers all its leather products in Alicante, which allows us a total control of the process, from the design of each piece up to its packaging.

At Cuplé’s headquarters in Elche (Alicante) we design, pattern, create prototypes, fabrics and materials research, production control, shops distribution…, as well as all the paperwork and service managing for all Cuplé shops.

The first Cuplé shop was opened in 1987 in the city of Elche (Alicante). In 1988 Cuplé franchised its brand making a great expansion up to our days with more that eighty shops and oorners distributed all over the Spanish territory. The international adventure has just started with shops opened in México, Hungary and Switzerland.

 

For more info visit www.cuple.com & www.tiendacuple.com

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