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Zürich-born Berlin-based industrial designer Stefan Rechsteiner and Patrick Rüegg’s love-affair with shoes drove them to establish Velt – contemporary men’s shoes created with traditional methods. Ever since, they conceived footwear in their Berlin workshop: shoes for experts; shoes as special...
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Zürich-born Berlin-based industrial designer Stefan Rechsteiner and Patrick Rüegg’s love-affair with shoes drove them to establish Velt – contemporary men’s shoes created with traditional methods. Ever since, they conceived footwear in their Berlin workshop: shoes for experts; shoes as special as the people that wear them; shoes built from Europe’s best leather, with a responsible attitude to the environment and an unconditional dedication to exciting, previously unimagined design. Velt’s debut collection garnered them a 2012 Swiss Federal Design Prize in products and objects.

Here is an interview by Fashion One about the Velt brand and their customers.

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