Bucketfeet Partners with No Kings Collective for First DC Artist-Designed Shoe

Chicago-based sneaker brand will unveil its first D.C.-inspired shoe December 2016

No Kings Collective founders Peter Chang, left, and Brandon Hill. (Photo courtesy of No Kings Collective)

Washington, DC – Bucketfeet, the Chicago-based footwear brand, officially announces its partnership with Washington, DC art and creative agency No Kings Collective for the brand’s first-ever D.C. artist-designed shoe.

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The limited-run Bucketfeet x NKC shoes will be unveiled in December 2016, with only 240 pairs being produced and sold at Bucketfeet’s Shaw retail studio at 1924 8th Street NW and online.

Committed to creating a brighter world through the power of art and community, Bucketfeet turned to No Kings Collective founders Brandon Hill and Peter Chang to help create a design unique to Washingtonians.

Through its responsive commerce business model, Bucketfeet — gives artists the opportunity to receive royalties for their accepted shoe designed – which are manufactured solely for Bucketfeet.

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