Jefferson Hack and Underground team up on creeper collection
6 monthes ago - By Dazed Digital
In 1987, as new romanticism and post-punk swept the nation, footwear brand Underground launched its first collection. Born from a small Manchester store, the brand has since then become the go-to for creepers. To celebrate its 30th anniversary, it has teamed up with Dazed co-founder Jefferson Hack on a new collection of the shoe it is so well known for.
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