The Brand


The brand history

Bagllerina was launched at the Premiere Classe show in Paris in 2011 by Christine Natkin.

Bagllerina Paris was inspired by the women’s daily life. CEO of a communication agency specialized in new technologies, Christine Natkin traveled all over the world.Always in high heels, she used to take with her a pair of flat shoes in a plastic bag, but that was not the most elegant option. Although tired or having foot pain, she could not substitute her high heels because it was too complicated. She then looked for some ballerinas which could be foldable, but unfortunately she did not find any suitable brand that matched quality, elegance, comfort and easy to carry anywhere. So Bagllerina is born : 100% leather inside and outside with an innovative sole that offers exceptional mobility. Bagllerina is developed for your everyday life including both non-stop days and relaxing moments. Our additional value is that it consists of a foldable shoe kept in a little and practical bag. Therefore, the name of our brand: Bag + Ballerina.





The concept

LIFESTYLE ACCESSORY: INNOVATIVE, STYLISH AND ESSENTIAL

Bagllerina is the first foldable ballerina entirely made of leather. This stylish and smart accessory consists of a pair of foldable leather ballerinas with a matching bag. Handmade, a special care is brought to the selection of leathers, the manufacture and the finish of the shoe. The final touch: the lace which allows you to well adapt the Bagllerina to the size and shape of your foot.< On this foldable concept, we have developed not only ballerinas but other kind of feminine shoes such as sandals for the summer and water-friendly shoes for the sea. More than a shoe, the Bagllerina is an upscale and innovative lifestyle accessory. A must-have accessory for very active women who look for elegance within simplicity and comfort. The perfect ally for all your non-stop days and trips. To take everywhere with you, the Bagllerina will delight more than one. The Bagllerina is designed in Paris and produced in Italy or Morocco, according to collections.