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On Our Radar: Swedish Hasbeens Slip-in Super Highs

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You could’ve knocked me over with a feather when I saw the models come out in clogs at Chanel. When I was in Sweden this summer, I fell for a pair of high-heeled Hasbeens clogs. Who could have guessed that what I thought of as a pair of homey kick-arounds in August would be topping trend lists less than two month later? What I like about Hasbeens is that the product doesn’t change (much). The clogs are based on seventies models and are still individually handcrafted in Sweden with environmentally friendly materials. What’s not to love about that?



Swedish Hasbeens Slip-in Super Highs, approximately $215. Available at www.swedishhasbeens.com.

Photo: Courtesy of Swedish Hasbeens

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  1. ToucanBoutique says:

    I remember my mom complaining about the noise I’d make when running around the house in my clogs as a kid. I’m still a big fan and still running around in them…

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  3. georginacookie says:

    love love these ! now I know where to find them, I have been jealously eyeing a neighbors embroidered clogs all summer !!!!

  4. JanieF says:

    I love the colors of Swedish Hasbeens!! They are so much better than other clogs I’ve seen. I’ve been mulling over buying the yellow pair, which I found at Ped Shoes (http://www.pedshoes.com). Maybe I’ll take the plunge for 2010. Who knew clogs would be cool again?

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