Though I am grateful for the blessings of wealth, it hasn't changed who I am.
My feet are still on the ground, I am just wearing better shoes

- Oprah Winfrey

Handmade Designer Shoes

Our trademarks are inspired feminine footwear that combines bold colours with a holistic approach to shoe making. Each pair of shoes is a bespoke custom design and by definition is one of a kind.

Made in Cape Town

Coast & Koi was created in 2005 with the aim of creating a chic and stylish, proudly South African brand. We have since established ourselves as a mark of quality and distinction with exclusive buyers and at international events such as the Cape Town Design Indaba, where we exhibit annually.

We fuse together the functionality of a comfortable shoe with stylish and original design, by utilizing high quality fabrics and design led production. Our vision of the African renaissance is an essential component of who we are.

Lifestyle Inspiration

The women who choose Coast & Koi are distinctively unique, independent and free thinking. When you embrace Coast & Koi, you embrace so much more than just shoes, you resonate a certain lifestyle.

Exclusive Designs

We stock many exclusive boutiques across South Africa, and supply clients abroad. Look out for our label or order footwear directly from us.

Handmade shoes by Coast and Koi

Handmade shoes Cape Town - by Coast and Koi

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A mile in her shoes - Handmade Shoe Design

How Caryn Wilensky built her handmade shoe design brand, Coast & Koi, one step at a time.

If Matisse and Marie Antoinette were to have met across the time-space continuum, they would have both felt equally at home in the tiny showroom of Coast & Koi.

Housed in a ground-floor garage of one of the apartment blocks that look out over the ocean in Cape Town’s Sea Point neighbourhood, it is an Aladdin’s Cave stacked from floor to ceiling with ballet pumps of every persuasion (metallic, leather, sequined, velvet, beribboned and bedecked).

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