This past October, we released our Fall/Winter collection. As designs were finalized and samples began to arrive from our manufacturers, the team at our Minneapolis office grew excited. This collection marked a leap into new products and more ways of providing employment to homeless youth.
Beanies, our first-ever collection of knitwear, and (of course) dozens of new sock styles allowed us to support and grow our employment program.
Our mission is the reason we exist, but we don’t want to gain support by relying only on the social good that our products do. We want to create socks and apparel that you will love. To us, this means using high-quality materials and working with the best manufacturers. It means that every product is designed deliberately and thoughtfully. We create products that look cool, feel great, and help someone in need.
When we design clothing, it becomes an expression of Hippy Feet and the things we want our organization to be. Every piece is created with intention. Socks like our Groovy Chevrons and Sunset Lovers are a nod to the fashion and style of the late 60s and early 70s. Our Nordic Knee Highs and cable-knit sweaters were created to keep you warm on cold winter days, and we hoped that playful styles like Disco Sucks and Love, Not War would put a smile on your face.
We hope you love each and every piece of Hippy Feet gear from this past holiday season. We can’t wait to share more awesome products with you as we work to make a difference in the lives of homeless youth.
Are there certain products you want Hippy Feet to make? Let us know in the comments below!