The SAWA yellow leopard high-top sneakers by Shiloh Jolie-Pitt

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Angelina Jolie can drop jaws left and right, wearing beautiful dresses from Atelier Versace, Balmain and Ralph Lauren on the Eternals red carpets, but her daughters make enduring fashion choices worth talking about.

After Jolie’s daughter Zahara wore her Elie Saab 2014 Oscars gown again, she stepped out at the Rome Film Festival in a vintage LA Catwalk boutique number. But it was her sister Shiloh who proved that dressing for a movie premiere is really up to someone’s personal interpretation (the days of dress codes are over) in painted yellow leopard SAWA shoes. leather.

Algerian-born, France-based SAWA shoe designer Mehdi Slimani, who creates his sneakers in Ethiopia, sees his socially responsible brand as a fashion activist project fighting against the idea that Africa needs to be saved. Because all materials are sourced from Africa and Slimani is committed to fair trade and a beneficial work environment (the company also recycles water during its production process), economic growth continues to help the community . “We don’t promise to donate a portion of our earnings to charity for every pair of shoes purchased, or build a pipeline to Manhattan. Our shoes are made in Africa and will be made in Africa to the extent that you will enjoy wear them,” Slimani said.

Shiloh coordinated the footwear with a simple black Versace mini dress, ensuring it was her footwear that would intrigue us all. As Jolie’s kids continue to follow in the humanitarian footsteps, we’re not at all surprised that they’re discovering ways to dress that make an impactful statement. Ahead, zoom in on Shiloh’s tops, then find where you can buy them, plus a roundup of inspired styles from smaller brands or resale and craft sites.

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