The Ethical Closet
No.5 - Ethical brands
Having a tight budget doesn't mean you have to stop building your own ethical closet. It does mean you may need to choose what you buy a little more carefully though.
Choosing brands that already have a ethical stand point, source materials for products in a sustainable way and give back to the local economy are abundant. A simple search through the companies website will tell you all you need to know. Also you will feel happier in buying from these companies as you know the shoes you wear have also helped the people that have made them.
Puma x Daily Paper Easy Rider
The Puma Easy Rider was a revolutionary shoe which was first released back in 1982 and it is still one of the most popular shoe in Puma's range. And now will be collaborating with Amsterdam-based streetwear label Daily Paper for a second season to bring together new authentic flavors and sport designs.
This design pays homage to Puma's 20th year of long-standing commitment to Africa and African football. Priced at $190.00 each, they're available now in store at orchardgateway 02-05/06.
Yearly, Converse makes memorable collaborations with fashion houses, cultural icons & international artists. This year, the ruggedly-sleek aesthetic of Detroit's Rock & Roll history showed up in these coated leather Converse Chucks, designed by John Varvatos. Size 9 1/2, $42, with box.
Coming soon: our Paris Mode style story which features footwear by @delriolondon who are showing their SS18 collection in Paris from 28 Sept to 5 Oct @barefootchicshowroom
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