Vivobarefoot

Minimalist running shoe company.

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Barefoot

Barefoot means not wearing any footwear.

Barefoot person leaving footprints behind.
Barefoot woman wearing cultural anklet, denoting her marital status in traditional Indian culture
Hans Thoma Kinderreigen, 1872
Ancient Olympic discus thrower
Barefoot girl in Udaipur, India
Barefoot prisoner of the inquisition, Edouard Moyse L'inquisition
Demonstration of "bastinado"
Dancer Isadora Duncan performing barefoot during her 1915–18 American tour
Singer Joss Stone performing barefoot on stage
(Left–B) plaster cast of an adult foot that has never worn shoes displaying natural splayed toes (Right–A) cast of boy showing damage and inward-turned toes after wearing shoes for only a few weeks
A barefoot woman in a dance studio
A barefoot skier

Such shoes include the shoes made by Vibram FiveFingers, Vivobarefoot, and Nike's Nike Free shoes.

Jean-Michel Basquiat

American artist who rose to success during the 1980s as part of the Neo-expressionism movement.

Basquiat by Andy Warhol in 1982
SAMO Xerox poster (1979)
From 1983 to 1988 Basquiat lived at 57 Great Jones Street in NoHo, where he died. A plaque commemorating his life was placed outside the building in 2016.
Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Bruno Bischofberger, and Francesco Clemente in 1984
Basquiat's grave at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York
Basquiat drawing of the supportive art critic Rene Ricard, Untitled (Axe/Rene) (1984)
Untitled (Skull) (1981)
Place Jean-Michel Basquiat in Paris, France
A graffito showing Jean-Michel Basquiat

Footwear companies such as Dr. Martens, Reebok, and Vivobarefoot have also collaborated with Basquiat's estate.

Morehead-Cain Scholarship

The first merit scholarship program established in the United States.

Galahad Clark, founder of Vivobarefoot

Betabrand

Online women’s clothing company based in San Francisco's Mission district, known for Dress Pant Yoga Pants and other activewear for work and travel.

The company has since released more than 1,000 products, including collaborations with brands and celebrities like Timberland, The North Face, Vivo Barefoot, Margaret Cho, Bill Murray, and DJ Chris Holmes.

Lance Clark

English shoemaker, businessman, and member of the Clark family, which is the majority owner of shoe retailer Clarks.

After retiring from Clarks, Clark went on to work with the Edward Green and Terra Plana shoe brands.