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SHOES AND PERSONALITY: HEFRWORLD WILL ENSURE PEOPLE ALWAYS LOOK UP TO YOU

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Ifeoluwapo Soyebi

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It is often being said that, “people will always look down on you, so always wear good shoes.” Footwear making has evolved over the years, from the use of locally crafted animal skin to the use of high-quality leather materials. Today technology has rebranded footwear production.

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The primary purpose of using footwear is to ease locomotion and prevent injuries, to give our feet a different aura and complement our dressing on any occasion. The concept of wearing a shoe has gone way beyond the basic idea of protection as people are constantly being addressed as they dress.

There is no better way to unleash the predator of style and personality than the look of a pair of good-looking shoes from HefrWorld.

HefrWorld Industry, headquartered in Victoria Island, Lagos State is basically known for its classy and exquisite shoe-making craftsmanship, making customised footwear for both men and women.

It was established in the year 2009 to give Nigerians a wonderful shoe experience and localised standard shoes. It started as a doorstep business and later became an industry that makes deliveries outside the country. It thrives every day on eagles wings and strives to remain competent before contemporary footwear industries.

HefrWorld Industry does not only deal in shoe-making, but it also engages bag production, clothes, jewellery and many more.

In this interview the CEO, Mr. Leke Yusuf explained how a first impression, which they say lasts forever, is usually pioneered by the kind of shoes we have on at the moment, and how several classes of people make different statements with their footwears.

See video below:

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