Lutherville, Maryland (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
Calling all sneaker heads! Fashion-forward online shoe retailer Envi Shoes, unveils its latest exclusive shoe designed in collaboration with Jeffrey Campbell Shoes, one of the most sought-after labels in urban footwear.
Available now and for a limited time at Envishoes.com, the Jeffrey Campbell POPP is a neon leopard print sneaker featuring silver hardware laces and silver lettering along the buckle which spells out, "DOPE SHIT." A message that is not only bold but also perfectly captures the aesthetic of the sneaker and the Jeffrey Campbell brand. Priced at $179.95, the POPP isn't one of those shoes where you would find yourself on the "Who Wore it Best List," instead it is a rare buy and you can be confident that no one else will have them on.
"This is a one-of-a-kind collaboration," said Tia Nicole Newton, Marketing Manager at Envi Shoes. "Jeffrey Campbell allowed us to incorporate all of the things our customer's love. Neon colors, leopard print and a bold message!"
Hailing from Los Angeles, Jeffrey Campbell Shoes has quickly evolved into one of the footwear industry's most exciting and iconic youth brands. The design of the brand is fueled by the cult of "JC Girls" who live and die by them and couldn't imagine wearing any other brand on their feet. Jeffrey Campbell is a favorite shoe brand among celebrities like Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez and various style bloggers worldwide.
About Envi Shoes
Envishoes is an online retailer of fashion-forward designer shoes and accessories, for both men and women, from Jeffrey Campbell, UNIF, Y.R.U., T.U.K., Frye, Deandri, Wolverine, Senso, Rebecca Minkoff and more. Based in Baltimore, Maryland the company operates solely online with a global reach serving shoe lovers not only in the United States but also in the UK, Russia, Australia, Japan and Hong Kong to name a few.
Who is the Envi Shoes customer?
Envi Shoes likes to think of them as a lover of art, fashion and music. They are the blog readers, the trendsetters and risk-takers. They certainly don't follow the trends, they set them.