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After more than a decade in the shoe industry in the USA, Jeffrey Campbell decided to launch his own shoe brand in 2000, with the encouragement of his wife, Christine. The brand started out with the same vision as it has today - to provide eclectic footwear, designed to be inclusive to everyone, and to be comfortable and durable.


It was not, however, until 2010, that Jeffrey Campbell became a household name. It is not often that shoes are remembered by their name, but the Jeffrey Campbell LITA is an exception.


The famous heel platform lace-up boot took the world by storm and soon bloggers worldwide were wearing a pair of LITAs. If it weren’t for social media, Jeffrey Campbell brand would not be what it is today. The LITA remains the most blogged about shoe in the world ever. 


The brand has come a long way since the immense popularity of the LITA, releasing thousands of new styles per year, inspired by the runway, vintage and Southern-American western styles. Jeffrey Campbell delivers runway quality styles at a fraction of the cost without compromising on quality.


Manufacturing hundreds of thousands of pairs of shoes a year, Jeffrey Campbell is a surprisingly small, family-run business, which is perhaps why the brand manages to retain its uniqueness and integrity.


Who is Jeffrey Campbell?


This is a question asked by many, due to the fact that his designer-competitions are very much in the limelight, yet Jeffrey Campbell himself is never anywhere to be seen and there are absolutely no pictures of him online. Anywhere. He does exist! He prefers to stay out of the limelight, with no interest in being a celebrity - he wants his shoes to be all about the shoes and the ladies that wear them, and not about him. A view that we, at TSL, try to emulate.


A truly unique brand, we are proud and honoured to be the sole distributor of Jeffrey Campbell shoes in South Africa. Jeffrey Campbell’s dedication and vision of providing authentic, quirky, quality shoes has formed an integral part of our own identity at TSL.