Drogheria Crivellini was established in Udine, in the Friuli region, at the end of The Second World War. It was a typical family business of an Italian nation willing to start afresh: trust in the future, hope and energy were the foundations of this new life. The drogheria offered many things, including the typical shoes of Friuli, the “Furlane”. These were traditional fabric shoes, made by local artisans with discarded material for the uppers, recycled coffee jute sacks as structural lining, and used bicycle rubber tyres as soles. Today Drogheria Crivellini is brought back to life with a project that unites art and sustainability, ethics and aesthetics, traditional values that evolve into contemporaneity.