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Canadian brand Native Shoes SS14 range makes way to India
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Mar '14
Canadian Brand Native has launched in India with its SS14 Collection, ‘FADE INTO The BLUE’. The collection is all about neutrals with playful pops, delicate pastels and bright on brights. The Native aesthetics captures a look that is timeless yet totally new!
 
Native shoes have a familiar style, but they feel like nothing you’ve ever worn before! As easy to wear, as they are to look at, Native shoes are for anybody, anywhere, anytime!
 
These EVA shoes are a combination of technology, lightweight material and great design giving you cool, comfortable and versatile shoes. The never-ending days of kicking back are back. Slip into these lightweight, waterproof, odor-resistant, shock-absorbent, eco-friendly shoes and melt into summer. Keep it Lite!
 
Many Hollywood celebrities and celebrity kids have been spotted in Native Shoe Designs, Brangelina, Kardashian, Hugh Jackman, Reese Witherspoon and Sasha Obama, to name a few. Designer Marc Jacobs has also designed a line of shoes called ‘The Jimmies’ for Native in 2011.
 
Winner of the popular Red-Dot Design Award, Native Shoes has gained popularity in over 50 countries since its launch in 2010.  The product offering includes shoes for adults (Men/Women) and Kids and will be available in select stores like Shoe Express (Mumbai and Pune) and websites like Myntra.com, thebeachcompany.com, Flipkart.com, Hopscotch.in. 
 
The shoes are available for Shoots ( product shoots/ fashion shoots) Marketing tie ups, celebrity sourcing as well. 
 
About Native Shoes
"Native" was founded in Vancouver, BC in 2009 to design and produce lightweight, injection-molded EVA shoes. Inspired by classic, casual silhouettes, the Native aesthetic captures a look that is timeless yet totally new. As easy to wear, as they are to look at, Native shoes are for anybody, anywhere, anytime.
 
The goal is to combine the best of evolving technology, lightweight materials and great design to produce iconic footwear — for now and for the future. The result is a comfortable, good-looking shoe made from EVA. They’re lightweight, washable, casual, and comfortable. 
Native made its worldwide debut in the Spring of 2010. Since then it has won several product design awards (reddot design award) and has enjoyed success across 50 countries worldwide. Designer Marc Jacobs too designed a line for them in 2011.
 

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