Salvatore Ferragamo Teamed Up With Microsoft to Help You Customize Its Most Exclusive Shoes

Salvatore Ferragamo wants its exclusive shoes to the be tailor-made for your feet, and it’s turning to an unlikely partner to help make that happen.

The luxury shoe brand has teamed up with Microsoft for Tramezza Made-to-Order, a new program that allows clients to customize the label’s most well-known men’s footwear style like never before, both in-store and online. Microsoft and its technological associate Hevolus developed a dedicated web application which allows the user to have an immersive shopping experience, interacting with an ultra-faithful 3-D reproduction as he selects everything from the material to the color.

“The Tramezza – Future Of Craft project is part of our digital transformation path aimed at constantly innovating the service to our customers and is already offering significant benefits in various areas: from the optimization of the customer journey in an omnichannel perspective to better management of space in physical stores, from the

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12 amazing places to buy ethical shoes online

12 amazing places to buy ethical shoes online
12 amazing places to buy ethical shoes online

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I don’t know about you, but I’ve had a cleaning bug lately. I’ve been zooming from room to room tidying and opening windows for this fresh fall air. The urge to get rid of my wardrobe and replace everything is there too, even for shoes. I’d consider myself very average when it comes to shoes; I don’t have tons to match with every outfit, but I definitely have more than a few pairs.

As a conscious consumer, I try to do my research before I buy anything new. I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase “vote with your dollar,” and to me that means doing what I can to support brands that operate sustainably and ethically. However, finding ethically-sourced shoes can be difficult!


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The 3 best supportive shoes you can buy on Amazon Canada, according to an expert

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Want comfortable, supportive shoes? You don't have to go to a speciality store.
Want comfortable, supportive shoes? You don’t have to go to a speciality store.

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When it comes to good shoes, our inner Carrie Bradshaw might come out especially if a good deal is attached to the price tag.

But it is important to research the right shoe to allow you to do what you love without regretting what you strapped on your feet for the day.

Erin Kesler, Canadian Certified Pedorthist, tells Yahoo Lifestyle Canada that you should have supportive shoes and “fun” shoes in your closet but you must make sure you are favouring the ones

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Payless Shoes Is Back in Business

emerged from bankruptcy in January and is now relaunching with an e-commerce store, new leadership and retail prototype. The first physical store of its new iteration will open in Miami, the home of its new headquarters, this November.” data-reactid=”19″Payless is returning from the abyss. The popular, low-price shoe chain emerged from bankruptcy in January and is now relaunching with an e-commerce store, new leadership and retail prototype. The first physical store of its new iteration will open in Miami, the home of its new headquarters, this November.

Payless appointed former CAA-GBG president Jared Margolis as chief executive officer. The executive said that he sees the company as a “once-in-a-lifetime-opportunity,” both to alter the retail landscape and engage in social change. These efforts add to joint venture business operations in Latin America and franchise locations in Southeast Asia and the Middle East which continued, uninterrupted, during Payless’ bankruptcy proceedings in

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Karavel Shoes Donates 3D Face Masks to Schools, Famous Footwear and Coach Make Big Donations + More

Aug. 11, 2020: Fashion-comfort retailer Karavel Shoes in Austin, Texas, is doing its part in the prevention of the spread of COVID-19. The family-owned business is in the process of printing 1,200 3D face shields to be donated to staff working in 15 schools located in low-income neighborhoods in Austin. The store also hired three high school students to work on the project. In addition, said Karavel owner Rick Ravel, the store will be selling additional masks to consumers with all proceeds from their sale donated to the Central Texas Food Bank.

Aug. 11, 2020: Famous Footwear has announced a new multiyear partnership with Ticket to Dream, which provides opportunities for foster children across the country. As part of the move, the brand is donating more than 12,000 new pairs of shoes this month to foster kids ahead of the back-to-school season and plans to provide supplies throughout the fall.

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A roundup of budget shoes and deals to save you money

The notion of cheap cycling shoes might, to some, feel like hypocrisy, especially because the best cycling shoes nowadays are anything but cheap. 

As with anything, when the price decreases, so does the quality of the materials and ultimately, the performance of the product, but you might not need a hyper-stiff carbon fibre sole on your cycling shoes.

When searching Google for ‘cheap’ anything, you’re probably not intending on finding badly made, poor quality products. What you want is good value for money, or the best product within budget constraints. Therefore below, we outline a few picks of cheap cycling shoes, as well as a roundup of the best deals, all with the aim of helping you get a little bit more for your money. 

Just be careful, while simple in concept, cycling shoes are meticulously scrutinised in operation. Comfort is king but it’s closely followed by stiffness, weight and … Read More

164 Pairs of Shoes Rest on the Capitol Lawn as Protest for Nurses Who Died Fighting Coronavirus

On Tuesday, a group of nurses joined at the nation’s Capitol to make a powerful and devastating statement. They placed 164 pairs of white shoes were placed on the lawn to represent the number of nurses who have died while working amid and against the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The display served as a vigil for the colleagues lost in the fight, but it wasn’t just a place to grieve—it was a call to action.

Jean Ross, the president of the nationwide union of registered nurses, National Nurses United (NNU), told CBSN on Tuesday that many people have referred to nurses as “heroes” during the pandemic. Then, she said, “Your heroes should not be dispensable. We’re not expendable.”

“We are getting sick. We are dying along with other healthcare workers. There are things our government can do. This is critical,” she continued.

According to a press release from NNU, the union

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