Homegrown Shoe Brand Annie & Lori Is Vogue-Approved

Homegrown Shoe Brand Annie & Lori Is Vogue-Approved

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Annie & Lori is welcoming the new year with a bang as the homegrown shoe brand joins the list of emerging designers and brands featured in the Fashion and Film issue of British Vogue released this month.

Annie & Lori is the only Filipina label in the magazine’s Designer Profile section, which pays tribute to up and coming fashion brands.

Known for its classy leather footwear with minimalist designs, British Vogue highlights how Annie & Lori also takes inspiration from the Filipino culture and heritage. On spotlight are the brand’s modern update of the bakya or wooden clogs, and mules that use unique indigenous textiles.

“We were extremely excited when British Vogue contacted us a couple of months ago to say they would like to feature Annie & Lori,” says Faith Mijares. “It’s a dream come true and this will definitely inspire us to continue creating more beautiful sandals for the Filipina and for more women in other parts of the world.”

Annie & Lori’s sandals have been worn by international model Kelsey Merritt, Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray, among many others.

To know more about Annie & Lori, please visit www.annielori.com or follow Annie and Lori on Facebook: www.facebook.com/annieandlori and Instagram @annieandlori.

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