Thursday, July 4, 2013


'#African print pumps- see more on

About the collection

Since the first pair of shoes created with the African Ankara fabric, CEO and founder, Sara Coulibaly has magnified and brought to life through every pair and collection thereafter; the beauty of fusing materials, the resourcefulness of craftsmanship and the eclectic contrasting of colours…
Founded 2 years ago as Carpe DiemMy Miry which literally translates as “my thoughts” in the Malinké dialect of Ivory Coast has re-launched after a 6 months hiatus. The Parisian based womenswear brand has transformed itself into an exclusive premium footwear and accessories brand crafted from the drawing board of Sara’s imagination and inspiration to being brought alive in the South of Spain at a studio that also enlists Carolina Herrera as clients.

The brand presents a 13 piece collection termed “Precious” each representing the name of a precious stone; the first collection under My Miry where quality is assured – only premium leather is used on the exterior, interior and the sole and only the best quality Ankara fabrics sourced from around Africa are used. Comfort is assured – the pieces are refined and glamorous, modern and ethnic to accentuate your feet. A great quality fit adapted to the life of the woman in motion.

I wanted to create pieces that were literally as precious each in their own right so we employed different fabric styles on each of the 13 pairs to ensure they were unique, elegant and classic” states Sara Coulibaly.

Peep a few pieces from the Collection below and check them out on facebook here

African Print shoes-wedge by Sara Coulibaly on

African print shoes-heels by Sara-Coulibaly featured on

african print shoes by Sara Coulibaly on

African print- shoes- Ankara shoes-on ciaafrique

African print shoes-ciaafrique mud-cloth

African-print- shoes by Sara Coulibaly on full collection on ciaafrique

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  1. love shoes and ankara... Good job Sara. proud of you

  2. Love.... where, how does one purchase items? I live in the US.

    1. Please visit their facebook page. The link is in the post.


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