※ATTENTION


There are unavoidable impacts on their delivery services due to the spread of COVID-19 and the suspension of some of the international routes.

In some cases we will have to cancel orders because of this.

If it is the case we will of course inform you within a couple of days.

We are very sorry for the inconvenience.


24th of AUGUST


CHEREVICHKIOTVICHKI


The impossible to pronounce CHEREVICHKIOTVICHKI (Cherevichki ot Vichki - Rus. Черевички от Bички ) stands for “a shoe by Victoria” in the old Slavic language, but said in a playful childish manner. The playful and nostalgic “cherevichki” name comes from the Lithuanian born self-taught shoemaker Victoria Andrejeva.

Affected by the extinct utilitarian lifestyle and surrounded by a myriad of natural materials found in the Baltic region, Victoria offered a series of skillfully crafted shoes for women using a set of techniques only found in the traditional bespoke, predominantly men’s, shoemaking. Following a success in a women’s world “cherevichki” branched out to making shoes for all genders, as well as hand-made bags and accessories.