This London firm’s shoes, which retail for up to £190, forsake conventional padding, resulting in a lighter design that mimics the foot’s natural shape. The company has a focus on sustainability, offering a range of recycled and plant-based materials. Galahad Clark, 44 — who hails from the family behind Clarks shoes — founded the company in 2012 and has overseen expansion into northern Europe and America, boosting overseas sales to £19.7m in 2019.
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