In the interview Gemma tells us how the brand Ball Pagès started; from the time she was given her first pair of espadrilles through to when she decided to sell them herself after a couple of women asked her where she had bought hers.
Gemma makes it clear in the interview that Ball Pagès espadrilles are oustanding for "their timelessness, simplicity, sophistication, their fidelity to tradition and their relationship with nature.” All this makes espadrilles something unique, exclusive and hand made.
In the interview Gemma also told us about the kind of woman she imagines wearing her Ball Pagès; "A very special woman ; someone who is a traveller, hard-working, creative, cultured and free.”
Without doubt Coquette and Ball Pagès are two complementary brands. The first has had more than 10 years of experience in the fashion business and characterises its character and awareness while Ball Pagès espadrilles offer a unique, exclusive product for women who are looking for quality and stylish basics.