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It is an understatement to say that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed every aspect of our lives. The virus has reshaped our day-to-day activities, routines and habits. Hygiene has been the main force in fighting the risk of contamination and caused a dramatic shift in the way we keep everything we are in contact with, including food, clothes and even entire spaces, clean.
Shoes are no exception to this, and here is why:
Research has proven that the COVID-19 virus can survive on a wide range of surfaces. This can last for several hours or extend to several days. Since shoes are a main point of contact in public areas, it follows that shoes also risk bringing the virus into our homes.
No need to fret though!
As a preventative measure, we have collected a few tips on how to sanitize and clean your best shoes!
Signing-off: The Shoe Advisor
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Using your hands to create changes everything.
I really and truly fell in love with craftsmanship and leather works only when I started working with my own hands. It was one thing to walk into a boutique or atelier and smell, experience and appreciate, but it was a completely different level when I started executing the entire process from A to Z myself. One’s love for design, product, and creation is one thing, but the love of making is another.
There needs to come a time when the age-old question concerning ‘form or function’ should no longer stand. I do believe that we are getting closer to this time, however, I also believe that some of us need a bit of a reminder! I also believe that