The Shoe Collective Australia

The Shoe Collective Australia

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The Shoe Collective encompasses four women’s footwear brands under its collective umbrella. It’s comprised of two Australian brands – Hinako & Isabella, which are developed in house and two international brands – Grandco Sandals (USA) & Piccadilly (Brazil), which are sold under exclusive license in Australia by The Shoe Collective Australia. Each brand has its own identity and handwriting and operate independently of each other, however the one key theme all brands have in common is a focus on creating shoes of the highest quality workmanship. Hinako and Isabella both use premium grade leathers and textures as the main component in their ranges, whilst Grandco is a jewelled sandal brand, produced in Taiwan, which offers amazing quality and workmanship. Piccadilly is from Brazil and is a brand synonymous with quality and innovation. They develop their own technologies such as Bunion technology for people with bunions. These continual innovations in their product range allow them to separate themselves from anyone else in the market place.

Products

  • Wrapped Shoe - Black/White Lizard

    The shoe will compliment almost any outfit and sooth the most frazzled of feet. With an inbuilt wedge for added height and comfort and butter soft lea...

  • Pearl Shoe

    Be seen in the latest on-trend style by Hinako. Who doesn't love pearls? With twin rows across the upper of this Hinako pull-on sneaker, these shoes a...

  • Ivy Shoe - Fuchsia

    Featuring bow leather detail, the Ivy high heel has a classic peep toe and elastic strap and side zip for ease getting into and out off. This delightf...

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Contacts

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    The Shoe Collective Australia

    www.theshoecollective.com.au
    PO Box 177 Currumbin QLD 4223 Australia
    Tel:  61755342812
    Fax:  0755342812

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