Vein Wear is Australia’s come to solitary men’s footwear designer. Vein, by designer Christopher McCallum, has been recognised as the shoe of amount by Australia’s top clothing houses. Vein opened its Winter season with the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival most important parades Morrisey, Kenzo and Leopold.
Vein shoes were the natural footwear selection in support of Always Habit what time they won the in demand Australian Design jual eiger Awards in November 2005. Always Habit designs are in support of confidence fresh expert m/en. They are looking in support of a striking shoe to compliment their casual and suiting costume. Vein provides with the purpose of.
Vein shoes were the footwear of amount what time superior hurried Aussie labels “Leopold” and “Tom, Dick and Harry” unveiled their Winter collections next to Mercedes Australian Fashion Week. The parades were stand-outs with both collections attracting derogatory applaud.
When Vein launched its Winter 2006 collection next to the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival in development in attendance was veto question which shoes be supposed to be worn with the three pinnacle men’s collections of the season. Main parades Morrisey, Kenzo and Leopold chose to accompany firstly caste designs with Australian designer shoes by Vein.
“The rage festival is absolutely the highest place yet in our enlargement in Australian designer rage. Morrisey is an idol and an icon. To be worn on the base of his, Kenzo and Leopold’s collections is a terrific honour. I know our shoes figure out their clothing justice”, says McCallum.
At the approaching Mercedes Australian Fashion Week Vein will be working carefully with oppressive men’s label Red Cordial. Retailers, stylists and other rage industry participants can plus see to it that a preview of Vein’s Summer 06/7 collection next to MAFW’s Source Exhibition next to the finish of April.
“At Vein we are delighted to piece with clothing designers. Footwear does not move unseen the fame next to rage parades, but a designer collection bare is too weighty to leave footwear up to models, links or God forbid resort to pluggers”, says McCallum.