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Distributed: May 4, 2012

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Sydney, May 4, 2012 (Global Fashion Wire) - The Susie Sawaya Sydney brand is a luxury shoe label that has had shoes designed by Susie Sawaya and lovingly hand made in a small factory right here in Sydney, Australia. Staying true to the Australian Manufacturing Industry, Susie sourced all leathers used in her debut collection only from NSW Leather.

A unique lifestyle brand, Susie Sawaya Sydney represents so many important aspects of an Australian woman's life;

- All WOMEN, everywhere, from real historical figures to the women of today; US!!

- The support of the Australian Manufacturing Industry and Economy

- Children of our future; www.tlcforkids.org.au receives $5.00 for every Susie Sawaya Sydney shoe purchased!

- Remaining True to Yourself!

Stilettos that are Professional with a Touch of Glam, designed to be an accessory "From the desk to the dance floor" these clever designs are versatile, unique and workable.

Favourite pieces in this seasons 'transeasonal' collection include Kathyrn Howard ankle boot in Baby Pink moc croc skin leather with contrasting texture baby pink suede, Anne Boleyn in custom tan calf leather; and Jane Seymour in Crushed Patent Apricot Calf Leather with contrasting Kidskin Grey Suede.

The key to this transeasonal collection? The exaggerated lives of The Six Wives of King Henry the VIII represented by the versatile use of leather textures. From snake skin, to black patent, to custom made tan leather, through to the clever use of crushed apricot patent leather contrasted with grey suede, the combination and uses of leather in this exciting shoe collection brings women in history to women of today through modern fashion.

For more information on the Susie Sawaya brand, visit the Susie Sawaya Facebook Page.

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