London vegan footwear brand, Bourgeois Boheme, launches an exclusive Autumn/Winter collaboration with K-9 Angels
London-based vegan footwear brand Bourgeois Boheme has teamed up with charity K-9 Angels to create the new season’s must-have boot BBK-9. This is a fundraising venture for K-9 Angels, with a percentage of sales profits donated to the charity.
The exclusive British design is perfectly on-trend for Autumn/Winter, in a must-wear Seventies-inspired knee-high silhouette, handcrafted in opulent, animal-friendly materials.
This ultra-flattering style is finished with intricate Bourgeois Boheme details including the brand’s signature lotus flower design, an asymmetric patent trim and luxurious faux snakeskin – fabulously fashion-forward while 100% ethical and vegan. What’s more, the subtle platform sole and natural latex insole ensure they’re comfortable all day.
BBK-9 will be available exclusively via the Bourgeois Boheme website at www.bboheme.com, price £259, with a percentage of the profits donated to K-9 Angels.
K-9 Angels Co-founder Victoria and her friend Alana Louiza completed a mad mud-filled 7 mile obstacle course to raise much needed funds for K-9 Angels
Who are K-9 Angels?
K-9 Angels is a UK registered charity no: 1150314 & Charitable Ltd company no: 08147406, created by Anneka Tanaka-Svenska, Pola Pospieszalska & Victoria Eisermann in order to help dogs all over the world. Our mission is to improve the quality of existence of our canine friends from all over the globe as well as educate people about animal welfare.
K-9 Angels provides a much needed network link between dog rescuers in foreign countries and prospective adopters in the UK, as well as funding for spay and neuter programmes, food and material aid, shelters, medical and veterinary aid.
K-9 Angels prides itself on its lack of discrimination in helping all manner of rescues in these countries and also on its rehoming process which vets each person on their individual needs.
K-9 Angels would like to branch out to many more countries worldwide in the future in order to help tackle the global stray dog problem.