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The Green Picture: Summer Rayne Oakes' New Ads For Zoe&Zac

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Last Monday, Payless Shoes officially launched their new Zoe&Zac range — a collection of chic sustainable shoes featuring organic cotton canvas, hemp, linen, EVA (non-PVC) foam beds, recycled rubber, and water-based glues. Green model Summer Rayne Oakes helped design the brand — and we’re loving the new ads now appearing in magazines around the country. To check out the selection, visit the official site here — or just hit one of the 1,000 Payless Shoe shops now stocking the green kicks.

Bonus: If you buy any zoe&zac item, Payless will contribute $1 to The Nature Conservancy’s Plant a Billion Campaign


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