Start-up footwear brand Fin’s is searching for a handful of independent accounts.
The men’s footwear brand, which is currently only sold via its transactional website, secured an investment of £200,000 in October last year from a group of financiers including venture capitalist Ben Goldsmith, Adam Black (formerly managing director of footwear supplier Peter Black Holdings), and Carolyn Hadden-Paton, UK founder of swimwear brand Vilebrequin and accessories brand Sam Browne.
Fin’s founder Alex Finlay, a former assistant to US Vogue editor Anna Wintour, launched the brand earlier this year. It specialises in men’s driving shoes pitched between high street and bridge brand prices.
The suede and soft leather slip-ons are £45 and come in an array of different colour shades, from acid brights to more autumnal tones.
Finlay said: “The natural next step is to expand our accessories offer and introduce new styles.”