"Let the beauty of what you love be what you do."
Inspired by incredible species traditionally taken for luxury items – elephants, sharks, mantas, rhinos, coral – the founding & focus of Vargas Goteo began in 2010, highlighting the beauty unique to them. Placing the value on the design, in honoring species, Vargas Goteo pieces symbolize the respect of leaving the horns, fins, tusks and species where they belong.
We are all tied to the natural world, and so we are committed to be even a little drop that creates a wave of positive change.
New Vargas Goteo X Torch'd
Bloo Ocean canvas totes making a splash!
Quality meets function with a little personal flair in this
staple canvas tote. Bloo Ocean focuses on durable and sustainable
methods, using environmentally and animal-friendly materials.
Available in 2 color-ways & customizable with 4
choices of lettering styles!
A collection honoring elephants. Collaborating with WildAid to support & raise awareness of elephant conservation, and the call to action to ban the ivory trade.
Embrace your wild side! A collection of beautiful species integral to our natural world & highlighting the characteristics we all share. Explore each one to find reflections of yourself, or simply show your love.
Show your love for rhinos with beautiful symbols of the respect of leaving a horn where it belongs...on rhinos.Supporting the Zululand Rhino Orphanage for protection, rescue and rehabilitation of young rhinos for re-release into the wild.
Designed to honour a species that keeps balance for the entirety of our ecosystem, each fintastic piece reminds us of the value of leaving fins where they belong, on sharks. Supporting shark conservation.
Smooth branches, shimmering patterns, glowing colors, a collection raising awareness & supporting coral reef restoration. A portion of every purchase in the Reef Collection goes towards supporting The Ocean Agency’s habitat and reef conservation work.
Simple ropes to sailing knots... a collection for seafarers, surf lovers and stylish sirens. "We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea – whether it is to sail or to watch it – we are going back from whence we came.”