Toms taps rock god Lenny Kravitz

Lenny Kravitz can now add shoe designer to his list of creative credentials. The rocker/songwriter/actor/furniture designer (he recently created a line of chairs for Kartell based on Phillipe Starck’s iconic “Mademoiselle”) has lent his sartorial hand to a spring collection of slip-on shoes for Toms. As random as this collabo may sound, Blake Mycoskie, founder of the one-for-one footwear company, and Kravitz have been firm friends since first meeting two years ago and the singer got involved in the design process at the urging of his daughter, Zoe.

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Lenny Kravitz can now add shoe designer to his list of creative credentials. The rocker/songwriter/actor/furniture designer (he recently created a line of chairs for Kartell based on Phillipe Starck’s iconic “Mademoiselle”) has lent his sartorial hand to a spring collection of slip-on shoes for Toms. As random as this collabo may sound, Blake Mycoskie, founder of the one-for-one footwear company, and Kravitz have been firm friends since first meeting two years ago and the singer got involved in the design process at the urging of his daughter, Zoe. The brightly printed shoes, including a “Let Love Rule”-inspired pair, are available now at www.toms.com and at Toms retailers across the country. Prices range $54 to $69. 

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