The humble jutti has a long-standing history. One of the earliest forms of footwear in India, it does not have a right or left distinction. Those made for men were curled at the tip to represent a moustache, and women have them blunt to resemble a kiss.

Re-imagining these classic juttis, Laksheeta Govil of Fizzy Goblet has been churning out innovative pieces with graphic elements, embellishments, and unusual materials. Her latest collaboration with designer Payal Singhal is a handcrafted line with a seriously vintage vibe. ‘Fiori Felici’ features Singhal’s famous botanical prints, with a focus on exquisite workmanship and good quality leather. Plus, there’s a poetic note that’s imprinted on the sole of every shoe.