"Beast Become Shoe Designers!"Official Launching Event
By Staff Writer | June 16, 2012 06:42 PM EDT
Idol group BEAST have transformed into shoe designers.
BEAST will be conducting collaboration with Shoemarker, a shoe manufacturer. The official launching event will be from June 16 to the 18 at the Shoemarker's Myeong-Dong store, on June16-17 and inside Cube Entertainment at the Cube Cafe on June16 and June 18.
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‘BEAST x Jim Rickey Collaboration’ has gained attention through a BEAST fan meeting where all members wore the same shoes. At the time the shoes they wore were known as ‘BEAST shoes’ on the internet. These handmade shoes are from Shoemarker's brand name Jim Rickey and BEAST worked together to design the shoes.
Shoemarker's public relation's manager Lee Sang Hyun stated, "Due to BEAST’s collaboration, we have been receiving many calls from Japan, Thailand and other countries. With the start of this official launching event, we hope to be able to reach out to more customers as well.”
Also, through this launching event, every person who buys a pair of shoes will be receiving an eco-bag, Shoemarker magazine and other goodies. Also, if you take a picture with your shoes and post it, 5 people will receive a signed t-shirt by BEAST. 20 people will also be able to win a 6 piece BEAST Pendant set and 100 people will be able to win a $20 Shoemarker gift certificate.
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