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This past weekend, Paris Club hosted the official launch of BucketFeet shoe company. Paris Club’s new rooftop, Studio Paris, which is known for celeb spotting was jam-packed with over 300 attendees. BucketFeet founders Aaron Firestein and Raaja Nemani aspire to help children and building strong communities. Their non profit partner M.A.G.I.C., a world-class stringed instrument program for kids, played live music on instruments that were purchased by BucketFeet’s contribution to the M.A.GI.C. Foundation. BucketFeet’s artist designed canvas slip on sneakers can be purchased at Akira Footwear locations and are being featured at the Chicago Sidewalk Sale going on today and tomorrow at Daley Plaza.
· Bucketfeet [Official Site]