Wearable Art with Bucketfeet

Gray asymmetrical knit scarf worn by Virginia Arriseuño with Bucketfeet Tropics Mid Top sneakers

Here at DeNada we believe that art has the power to connect and unite communities. Founded by Raaja Nemani and Aaron Fierstein, Bucketfeet takes art and turns it into a tool for community building. This month we had the honor to collaborate with Bucketfeet, alongside a group of wonderful local creatives, in a campaign to promote their wearable-art sneakers.

Bucketfeet is driven to make sure people express individuality and creativity in their everyday lives. The shoes give everyday outfits a fun and mature edge along with Nemani and Fierstein’s goals to “spark conversations, and create a brighter world.”

What better way to match their unique and colorful designs than with DC’s most original and creative women as models. Inspiring women like: photographer Emma McAlary, style blogger Alison Gary of Wardrobe Oxygen, fashion blogger Tammy Preston of A Loyal Love,  jewelry designer Sophie Blake of Sophie Blake NY, and our very own Virginia Arriseuño.


DeNada collaboration with DC based company, Bucketfeet. Shoes in “Tropics Mid Top.”

The Topics Mid Top shoe is perfect for people like us who love and admire the simplicity in black. The discreet flower detail gives the shoes a subtle hint of beauty and color that gives any outfit a hint of femininity and edge.

And of course no outfit is complete without comfy knitwear. Paired with our gray DeNada asymmetrical poncho, the shoes are a must for anyone that desires a dose of color.

Together with other inspiring DC creatives, the collaboration with Bucketfeet is just one more example of how we’re much stronger when we are united.