Crumpler continues Southeast Asian expansion

By: Joyce Abaño                                  Published: May 22, 2019

Crumpler is expanding its presence in Asia with the opening of its first standalone store in the region and the addition of two new distribution partners.

The Australian bag brand announced it has added Bauhaus Holdings Ltd in Hong Kong and Shoemakers Shop Inc in the Philippines as channel partners in Asia, increasing its presence to 10 retailers in the region.

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This is Your Feet’s New Best Friend (Because Style Doesn’t Need to Hurt)

By: WhenInManila Contributor          Published: May 17, 2017.

Walking has been a bothersome but necessary part of my daily routine ever since I started working in Pasay City. Jumping between the LRTs and the shuttles daily can get a bit much. And don’t even get me started on days when shuttles aren’t available and I’m forced to walk along the length of Buendia. Needless to say, my feet and legs get quite a workout daily, which is why comfortable footwear is a must.
And so, getting introduced to Vionic has been a complete blessing and I have my friend, Jo, to thank for that. It’s been a month since I started using these cute Vionic Minna Flats to work and I have loved every moment!

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Shoes that offer comfort and support – and even style

By: China Jocson                                 Published: March 9, 2017

When it comes to shoes, I’ve never been particular with specifications and admittedly I have been guilty of putting style over function and form for as long as I could recall.

However, with my inborn spine condition and coming of age (a.k.a. maturing body parts and bones), I recently found myself more inclined to purchasing footwear that can alleviate health conditions and also prevent damage to one’s hooves. Here are some brands I tried out:

Footwear brand Vionic—founded by the late Australian podiatrist Dr. Phillip Vasyli—offers shoes with built-in orthotics (shoe inserts that provide support) that help maintain the natural alignment of the feet while standing, walking and doing activities. The science in each Vionic product is distributed throughout various features that include deep heel cups, firm yet flexible midsoles and arch support that cradle our feet.

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Vionic: This footwear is made for walking

By:  Ching M. Alano                         Published:  February 28, 2017

There’s probably not a day when we don’t whine about our feet after a long hard day. Oh, my aching feet!
Fashion-forward footwear brand Vionic gives us the lowdown on this common modern-day problem: You’re wearing poorly designed shoes — shoes not meant for walking. Unfortunately, as that nursery rhyme goes, “We can’t run away from our feet.”  Vionic to the rescue!
When Vionic opened a store at Uptown Mall, Gobal City, we naturally pointed our not-so-happy feet in its direction.

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These shoes will make you feel like you're walking on clouds

By:  SpotPh                                     Published:  February 9, 2017

( Let’s get real: There’s no denying that if you had your way, you’d just wear sneakers and sandals all the time. Well, what if you could have footwear that always feels comfortable?

Say hello to Vionic Footwear. Their shoe innovations have built-in orthotics that help restore and maintain the natural alignment of your feet to make your daily grind more bearable.

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French Sole steps into Manila

By: Maurice Arcache
Published: September 25, 2013.

Speaking of French brands, dahlings, the shoe label French Sole has opened a store in Bonifacio Global City (BGC) recently. Our town’s frequent travelers are familiar with French Sole by Jane Winkworth, who was once described by Vogue as the “Queen of Ballet Flats” for her idea of selling ballerina flats by retail.

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Sebago teams up with band for limited edition boots

Published: March 4, 2013

NAUTICAL-STYLE footwear brand Sebago has released a limited edition boot designed by Grammy Award-winning alternative rock band Linkin Park.

Known for its large variety of fine quality boat shoes and dress shoes, Sebago continues with its innovative and creative design partnerships by adding to its roster the band behind the worldwide hits “In the End,” “Somewhere I Belong,” and “Leave Out All the Rest,” among others.

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Sebago opens at Greenbelt 3

By: Kelly Misa-Fernandez
Published: October 2, 2012

Finally, we have Sebago in the Philippines! The iconic shoe brand, known for its penny loafers and its breakthrough leather boat shoes (called Docksides), opened at Greenbelt 3 last week and boy, were they were off to a busy start. Celebrities really went out of their way to be at this event, and they went straight for the shoes. 

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Artistic docksides for charity

Published: June 27, 2011

Shoe brand Sebago recently conducted an auction featuring its famous line of docksides or boat shoes decorated by known personalities. The special event, held last June 23 at The Gallery of Greenbelt 5 in Makati City, was for the benefit of Habitat for Humanity.

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Hush Puppies celebrates 50 years with art exhibit

Published: February 28, 2009

MANILA, Philippines – Hush Puppies marks its 50th anniversary with “A Different Dog Show” exhibit on view until March 5 at the Eastwood Mall, Eastwood City, Libis. Thirty young artists, 12 years old and below, depict Hush Puppies’ beloved dog icon – the Basset Hound — in playful poses, mostly in bright primary colors complemented with amusing titles. The first Hush Puppies dog icon appeared in 1958, when the brand was born.

The artworks will be shipped to Hush Puppies headquarters in Rockford, Michigan, where they will be shown together with other works of artists from around the world.

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