“[Kenton] Lee worked with a company in the Northwest US and developed The Shoe That Grows — a shoe made of simple materials that do not break or wear out. There are only 2 sizes, and each size can be expanded five times and will last five years.”
Someone has out-”Tom”-ed Tom’s. Pretty amazing!
We’ve said it before, we’ll say it again...LOVE Zebra Katz. You’ll be doing yourself a favor to watch this video and Tear The House Up.
Lu. is excited to be featured on Jennifer E. Snyder’s blog as part of her Creating Your Own Path series.
“In the interview we chat about the evolution of Jenny's career path and why she still doesn't feel as though she's "made it." We also touch on how her fashion brand was built out of necessity, the avenues she's exploring to grow her business and how building a creative business is rarely a linear exercise.”
Take a listen! jf
Join us this Thursday, May 7th, at Velouria in Seattle between 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. as we participate in the Pioneer Square First Thursday Art Walk. See and feel our current line, and even try stuff on.