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Common Projects Second Hand
Determining the condition of the item
We check all items carefully before sending them to you. However, please remember that most of the items are second hand.
|as good as new||The item was never worn and shows no signs of use. It may still be in its original packaging with price tag.|
|Very good||The item was worn only a few times and is in very good condition. It shows no or only minor signs of use and has no flaws.|
|Good||The item was worn several times but still is in a good condition. It shows only minor signs of use and has no major flaws.|
|Acceptable||The item was worn many times and has obvious signs of wear or defects. It still fulfills the high quality standards of REBELLE.|
Common ProjectsAnkle bootsSize: UK 5£185
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Common ProjectsSilver colored sneakerSize: UK 7£175
Common ProjectsTwice new timesSize: UK 10£176
Common ProjectsSneakersSize: UK 6£431
Common ProjectsSuede SneakersSize: UK 4£166
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Common ProjectsSlipper in TaupeSize: UK 5£112
Common ProjectsSlipperSize: UK 5£113
The Founding of Common Projects
Common Projects is a luxury Italian-American footwear brand, founded in 2004 by Prathan Poopat and Flavio Girolami. Poopat was the art director for V Magazine and Girolami was a brand consultant at the time. The pair met in a bar in New York and hit it off, deciding to collaborate. At the time of the founding, they were working on a number of “common projects” together - hence the company name. The brand was founded as a countermeasure to the flashy, colourful sneakers that were so trendy at the time. Poopat and Girolami were fond of dressed-down, minimalist footwear and found that nothing on the shelves suited their tastes. Over a decade on and Common Projects is one of the best-loved shoe brands in the world.
Making Minimalism Cool Again
Common Projects shoes was founded in 2004, with the intention of providing a minimalist alternative to the garish footwear that was popular in the early noughties. The shoes were and still are hand-made in Italy using Nappa leather. The brand’s debut collection “Achilles” was released in 2004. The collection was quickly picked up by the likes of Opening Ceremony, and eventually found its first international buyer in Tokyo. Common Projects created the perfect medium between lavishness and functionality. The brand expanded in 2009, creating womenswear lines containing Common Projects boots, flats and other items.
Minimalism and functionality is the name of the game when it comes to Common Projects. Influenced by their mutual love for brands such as Nike and Converse, but disappointed with the lack of understated footwear, the founders set about creating shoes to fill a gap in the market. The designs are influenced by common objects such as paper-clips and staplers - straightforward items that do what they’re supposed to and nothing else. The brand also print a series of numbers on the heel of each shoe, describing the make, model and colour of the shoe. This barely-there embellishment is really what makes these shoes stand out. A pair of Common Projects sandals or sneakers offer endless outfit possibilities - dress them up or dress them down, they’re going to look stylish either way.
Common Projects Today
With a high-profile clientele including the likes of Brooklyn Beckham and Jay-Z, as well as being sold in over 150 retailers worldwide, it looks like Common Projects is here to stay. A pair of shoes from this brand is guaranteed to earn you major cool points in terms of fashion, and the minimalist style of the shoes means that you can team a pair with just about any outfit. Authentic Common Projects slippers and ballerinas, boots and other items can be found second-hand at REBELLE.com. All of our items are thoroughly checked for quality and authenticity.