Tracy Feith Lands at Toms Shoes
He was a favorite on the editorial front and had clients as high-profile as Michelle Obama—which is why the fashion world was shocked when designer Tracy Feith dropped completely off the radar in 2010.
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According to Women’s Wear Daily, Fetih had been consulting for the line for months (he also reportedly consulted for Calypso in the time since his line shuttered), but he’s now officially part of the Toms Team. Feith’s specialty with the philanthropic shoe company will be Toms+, a forthcoming upscale collection of shoes that will retail for $104 to $140 at specialty stores.
Alas, no clothing line is in the works at Toms. Anyone up for a trip to Warm?