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From the always-polished, forever-classy Vince, the Saxon 2 Slip-On takes the classic flat into its own, elevated league offering a pair with style to transcend time and trends. Expertly constructed from 100% sheep leather, these quintessential slide-on sneakers kick up casual comfort with a subtle platform cupsole. Available below in six beautiful colorways.
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In 2014, Debayan Sen found a mysterious album inside of a trunk in his mother’s attic, in Kolkata, India. The red-orange record sleeve featured a picture of his mom as a young woman along with her name—Rupa—in big, bold lettering. That was the day Debayan learned about his mother’s past life as a singer. Suddenly reminded of this discovery last year, Debayan decided to Google the record. The results surprised his family: Rupa’s first and only album, 1982’s Disco Jazz, was selling for hundreds of dollars via sites like Discogs. “The day I found the record my mom said, ‘Throw it away. It is just pointless,’” Debayan remembers. “I said, ‘What the hell, you made this, why would you throw this away?’”

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