Bethany Tran’s career as a shoe designer started in the unlikeliest of places—a slum in Guatemala City. From that passion, Root Collective was born. The shoe company—which Tran runs out of her Raleigh home—employs poverty-stricken artisans from around the world to hand-make its boots, flats and loafers.
Bethany Tran’s career as a shoe designer started in the unlikeliest of places—a slum in Guatemala City. From that passion, Root Collective was born. The shoe company—which Tran runs out of her Raleigh home—employs poverty-stricken artisans from around the world to hand-make its boots, flats and loafers. Root Collective
Bethany Tran’s career as a shoe designer started in the unlikeliest of places—a slum in Guatemala City. From that passion, Root Collective was born. The shoe company—which Tran runs out of her Raleigh home—employs poverty-stricken artisans from around the world to hand-make its boots, flats and loafers. Root Collective

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February 10, 2017 12:00 PM

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