Launched today, the sophomore capsule from this partnership is set to breathe fresh air into your shoedrobe – whether you’re heading to Europe over winter or simply dreaming of warmer days to come.
There are five styles across three silhouettes in the limited-edition capsule, including one with a platform sole, as well as an easy-wearing slide. You can also shop a mini-me version for kids. Each pair is made from Twoobs’s signature planet-friendly materials, namely recycled lycra, vegan leather and sugarcane soles.
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The print featured in the collection is designed by Glenda McCulloch, a proud descendant of the Kalkadoon people of the Mount Isa region and the founder of Cungelella Art.
“We are always inspired by our surroundings: the rock faces, the red rust dirt and the harsh spinifex growing wild, and of course the soft pink sunsets”, McCulloch says.
McCulloch founded Cungelella Art in 2019 to share her culture through modern Aboriginal art. Now a collective effort, she works alongside her sisters Jaunita Doyle, Dale Bruce and Cheryl Perez to paint the story of their homelands.
“Glenda actually slid into our Instagram DMs in January 2020 … We were so excited by the idea of working with her,” Twoobs co-founder Stef Dadon says. “We knew people would love it, but we had no idea just how crazy they would go. The partnership between our brands feels really authentic, and we’ve had so many people asking where they can get their hands on a pair – a redo felt like a no-brainer”.
For every pair sold, $5 will be donated to Injilinji Preschool & Kindergarten in Mount Isa – a nonprofit organisation that was opened in the 1970s by three local Indigenous women.
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