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The original shoemaker’s trade in the very heart of the city, Anita shoe salon, i.e. A Shoo studio, has been doing business since 1991, and it is primarily dedicated to manufacturing unique women’s shoes and boots for different occasions.

The founder and owner of the trade, Anita Štulec, has mastered skills and techniques necessary for manufacturing shoes by hand, such as modelling, which has eventually resulted in innovative solutions like creating all kinds of shoes from atypical materials, e.g. tweed, silk, etc. A Shoo studio has over time developed exhibiting activity at specialized European fashion fairs, and Anita Štulec’s collections include all well-known types of women’s shoes in an unusual and interesting interpretation by the author.

 
 
 
 

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