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Natalie Portman in Vegetarian Footwear

July 25, 2012

NPS Shoes makes footwear using an synthetic material for vegetarian and vegan customers who seek footwear not made of leather, which includes a long list of celebrities.

Credit: Peggy Sirota

Natalie Portman, aside from Hollywood stardom, is an advocate of animal and environmental rights and a strict vegetarian. Here she is in Marie Claire wearing a pair of boots we make for Vegetarian Shoes called Airseal Engineers.

The singer, Bryan Adams is a supporter of the animal rights group PETA and follows a vegan lifestyle. In his ‘You’ve Been a Friend to me‘ video he is seen wearing boots we’ve made for Vegetarian Shoes.

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Rihanna “You Da One” Music Video

July 20, 2012

Home grown Brit brand George Cox joined forces with Japanese Labrat to design the boot singer Rhianna wore in her music video, “You Da One” from her sixth album, “Talk, Talk, Talk”. This is just one of the boots NPS Shoes make for George Cox. We still make this boot for George Cox which is […]

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J.W. Anderson Swarovski Boots

July 18, 2012

Although NPS Shoes cannot take credit for the swarovski crystal encrusted toe caps of J.W. Anderson’s SS11 Festival Boots, NPS Shoes produced the ‘monkey’ boot they used – so called because they were originally worn by roofers. We found a short video on how they transformed the boot to a dazzling vision of beauty – […]

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H by Hudson

July 12, 2012

Hudson, conceived in 1990,  is a brand ‘born and raised in London’ who pride themselves in ‘filling the gap in the shoe industry for affordable, forward thinknig, high quality footwear’. NPS Shoes worked with Hudson to help produce their H by Hudson men’s range which launched in 2004. www.hudsonshoes.com

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John Lewis Launch British-made Collection

John Lewis has always been Britain’s favourite department store and is still run as a co-operative, as was NPS Shoes until 2006. NPS Shoes saw this as the perfect opportunity to write to the store to try and convince them that they needed to support British manufacturing. The British Footwear Association helped organise a buyers’ showcase […]

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