We are proud to announce that we have teamed up with the iconic British heritage footwear brand Clarks to create a limited-edition collection of footwear reinterpreting the idea of The Past, Present, and Future. The silhouettes used to tell this story are the Tawyer Twist, the Tawyer Helix, and the Clarks Originals Wallabee. The collaboration was designed to pay homage to Clarks' deeply-rooted history, while breaking new ground with innovative elements. "One of the strengths of any business is heritage, an understanding of what the business stood for," says Lancelot Clark, designer and a direct descendent of the original founders, "It is a huge value to the designers to go back and see the great products of the past, a lot of the best sellers now are reinterpreted products of the past." To represent The Past, we created the Clarks Originals Wallabee silhouette in the signature Pigeon colorway, using a smooth grey leather upper and a red outsole on the Wallabee's traditional crepe bottom. The navy Tawyer Twist embodies The Present, a modern reflection of the past but also looks ahead at the possibilities for the future with elements like the subtle helix design and neoprene sock liner. The Tawyer Helix, representing The Future, gives a nod to the classic Wallabee silhouette, and aims to illustrate the endless possibilities of Clarks and the Staple brand as innovators for the future. The Tawyer Twist and Tawyer Helix from the Staple x Clarks collaboration will be available in limited quantities at The Reed Space, and select Clarks retailers globally on September 19th, 2014. The Clarks Originals Wallabee will be exclusively available only at The Reed Space and Watch the video to see behind-the-scenes footage of the creative process as jeffstaple visits the Clarks HQ in the UK. The Staple x Clarks Originals Wallabee Wallabee 28Wallabee 07   Wallabee 33 The Staple x Clarks Tawyer Helix Helix 01   Helix 10 Jeff OTF 13 The Staple x Clarks Tawyer Twist Tawyer 01 Tawyer 18 Tawyer 05  

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