Save 50% on celeb-loved Cariuma sneakers at this secret savings event

Get ready to kick off summer with fresh kicks.

Everyone from Brooke Shields to Pete Davidson has rocked Cariuma’s sustainable sneakers over the years — and while the brand’s designs are rarely discounted, select styles are currently up to 50% off.

The brand’s under-the-radar Archive Event runs from now through June 17 and can only be accessed through this special link with the password ARCHIVEACCESS.

Deals include select colors of the celeb-loved Oca Low ($85 $43), which Shields paired with casual airport attire for a trip in March.


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While her exact white-and-green Oca Lows aren’t marked down at the moment, you can save over $40 on colors ranging from the neutral All Grey Canvas ($85 $43) and Sand Thread Contrast Canvas ($85 $43) to the brighter Shadow Blue Canvas ($85 $43) and Rose Canvas ($85 $43).

Shields isn’t the only star who loves the canvas kicks, either; Helen Mirren wore hers to the Cannes Film Festival in 2021, while Nina Agdal and Whitney Port have both posed in pairs.


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Nina Agdal
Nina Agdal also owns the sustainable sneakers. Nina Agdal/Instagram

For those who prefer a crisp pair of white sneakers for summer, Cariuma’s also got you covered with the Naioca in Off-White Canvas ($85 $43) and Oca Low in Pantone White Canvas ($95 $48).

Plus, with Father’s Day on the way, it also just might be the perfect time to pick up a pair for your favorite guy (although be aware of shipping timelines.)


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Ashton Kutcher and John Hamm have both been spotted in the brand’s sneakers, while Pete Davidson once wore his during an episode of “SNL.”

Whichever pair you pick, just be sure to shop fast; once these archived colors are gone, they won’t be restocked.


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This article was written by Hannah Southwick, Commerce Writer/Reporter for Page Six Style. Hannah spies deals on actually affordable celebrity-worn styles, puts Hollywood’s favorite labels to the test and finds the beauty products that keep stars red carpet-ready. She consults stylists and industry pros — including celebs themselves — for firsthand product recommendations, trend predictions and more. In addition to writing for Page Six since 2020, her work has been featured in USA Today and Parade.