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Can Steven Alan Make Dr. Scholl's Cool?

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Retail sage Steven Alan has lent a little of his New York City minimal-cool to comfort footwear brand Dr. Scholl's in a surprising-but-not-that-surprising-because-normcore shoe collab. The styles—one unisex and two for the girls—are "a contemporary take on the iconic Dr. Scholl's Shoes wooden exercise sandal," informs the press release. The limited edition offerings retail for $100 to $145 and are online and in stores now.
· Steven Alan x Dr. Scholl's [Official Site]
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