Carmina Shoemaker was founded in 1866 when artisan Matias Pujadas opened a workshop in Inca, Majorca, where he began crafting tailor-made shoes. Generations later in 1997, Pujadas’ great-grandson, Jose Albaladejo, was diligently keeping the family tradition alive when he decided to create Carmina Shoemaker with the vision to make some of the world’s best hand-crafted shoes.
With a little over a decade since its inception, Carmina Shoemaker has established eight shops around Europe – Paris, Barcelona, Bilbao, Valladolid, Palma de Mallorca, and Madrid – and competes boldly in shop displays alongside the most distinguished of shoemakers around the world.
Each shoe from Carmina Shoemaker is hand-crafted and Goodyear-welted with the precision and technique that has been passed down from generations. The modern gentleman will truly appreciate the high quality and individuality of his Carmina footwear.