Is a new and innovative Dutch accessory label founded in 2009 by Tj Walakani. All of the shoes, bags and accessories are individually handmade in Indonesia and other parts of Asia with craftsmanship, love and attention.
TIGA TIGA handmade shoes are distinctively characterized by the eye catching designs, sense of style and quality of workmanship.
The collection is constantly being updated with a wide choice of styles.
The current collection includes a futuristic purple platform bootie with a 5 inch heel for fashion forward women.All designs come in limited editions, ensuring the TIGA TIGA customer will always be wearing something special.
Customers have the option to either purchase from our existing stock, or if they prefer, custom order tailor made shoes to suit their own foot lenght.
Orders for our shoes can be made online through www. tigatiga.eu, tiga-tiga.nl, at special fashion events and in our showroom at Rockarchive Gallery in the centre of Amsterdam.
TIGA TIGA shoes are also available in three shops in Holland, namely Soepboer en Stooker, the shop of 2 talented young designers Berber Soepboer and Anne Stooker, 3xS in Rotterdam, the shop of Sebastian Den Herder, a new and upcoming Dutch fashion designer and Vezjun, the shop of Roparosa. This is the label of Roos van der Kamp. The winner of the RTL 5 TV show Project Catwalk. This is the Dutch version of Project Runway.
Roparosa has used our shoes for her SS2011 show during the AIFW in July 2010, as well as being used for her AW 2011-2012 show during the AIFW in January 2011.
Our shoes have also been shown together with established brands such as United Nude and Sacha Shoes in the GRAZIA PC Catwalk previous summer 2010 in the famous P.C. Hooftstraat in Amsterdam.
We have gained strong results with our designs in both printed and online medias such as JAN, Grazia, LINK, Sublime Magazine, Glossy, Nouveau and GLAMCULT.
TiGA-TiGA will donate certain amount of the profit to Cinta Foundation. This foundation provides housing, education, food and medical care in Indonesia for orphans by setting up various projects to create employment for local community.
For more information please check http://cintafoundation.org