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Keds, Rifle Paper collaborate on romantic line of sneakers

Rifle Paper Co. is bringing its floral brand to Keds sneakers.
Rifle Paper Co. is bringing its floral brand to Keds sneakers.
Published Feb. 15, 2017

Rifle Paper Company's floral takeover of the world — first with our stationery, then our bags, phone cases, children's book classics and even our walls — is coming along nicely.

Starting today, you can pre-order Keds sneakers bedecked in three of Rifle founder Anna Bond's girliest prints. (And you can get file folders to match.)

The Keds classic "Champion" tennis shoe is $55 in the coral-toned Jardin de Paris print.

The Keds "Triple Decker" platform slip-on is $60 in the black Lively Floral pattern with pops of pink and blue.

The "Triple Decker Champion" is, naturally, what you get when you combine those shoes, available in the pale-pink Wildflower print. Also $60.

Shipments begin March 9.

*This post was authored by someone sporting a temporary Rifle tattoo this weekend. Products are addictive.

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