We are the brand that makes *great smells* Our candles are not just nice looking, but they’re very natural, and animal friendly, REALLY.
The IMOGEN brand was created to add quality and affordability to your everyday life. We’re here to turn *great smells* into a 365 day a year experience!
The IMOGEN slippers are made from PCU plastic injected with air. This unique combination of materials creates a super comfortable walking experience.
The IMOGEN slippers are washable, just grab a sponge and some regular soap and you’re good to go. We also recommend washing them as soon as they are dirty and not wait as stains tend to sink in as they would on cloth.
The IMOGEN slippers smell of milk & honey & they will not make your feet stink.
The IMOGEN slippers are also Animal friendly- meaning no animal testing or use of any animal parts in our production process.
The IMOGEN slippers are produced in P.R.C.
The IMOGEN slippers design is based on a recognizable style, twisted into a FRESH POP coloured must have fashion accessory. They can also be worn with socks for a new, fresh look in winter.
WHO’S BEHIND IMOGEN ?
Jason , originally from Paris, France is a designer and entrepreneur with expansive experience in fashion. She acquired her professional education as a shoe designer in 1999, at Central St. Martins and at Cordwainers
College and has since filled a series of positions as a shoe designer for high-end companies in Europe and the US such as Thierry Mugler, Calvin Klein & Oscar de la Renta. Additionallly, Sarah has extensive experience in the fast fashion arena working at the eponymous US brands …
After what (sometimes) felt like 40 years in the intense fashion scene, Sarah decided it was time to come back to her adopted home of Israel and start a brand that relates to her local lifestyle & that could resonate with people around the world. A brand that embodied the aesthetics and
vibes of her city, Tel Aviv. Coolness, Comfort, Colour & Spontaneity.
The name Moses, struck Sarah like a bolt of lightning when, after 14 years of ‘wandering’ in London and the USA she finally made it home to Tel Aviv. Unlike Moses, who never actually made it to the Holy Land… the name stuck & remained an inspiration for the Israeli born brand.