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EQLTY Threads brand by Dubonnet Phillips appeared on ICON-ELPAIS magazine, the n.1 men's magazine for the spanish-speaking community in the world.

The feature on ICON-ELPAIS is another great achievement for the AliveShoes PR Boost team, whose goal is to bring our designers’ shoes to the attention of international magazines.

EQLTY Threads shoe brand appeared all over ICON-EL PAIS magazine

Photographic material and banners have been published on ICON magazine, considered one of the most prestigious magazines in the men's fashion world.

Photos from the brand’s designer were the background for all sections of the online magazine.

Specific banners featuring the shoes’ design appeared in the most important articles of the week.

The weeklong appearances provided great visibility for the brand.


About EQLTY Threads shoe brand

EQLTY Threads, Inc. is a urban fashion clothing brand that believes in investing in others or yourself in order to fully equalize individuals. When asked what equity means to you, you are probably thinking more on the lines of financial gain or someone’s economic status. At EQLTY Threads, Inc., equity is investing in others or yourself with your time and energy in order to help another person succeed in ways that were unimaginable in order for people to become more equal. The goal at EQLTY Threads, Inc. is to bring awareness to the term equity and start to come together as a nation in order to make each individual person more equal to one another by investing their time and energy into themselves or someone else. 5% of all items purchased from EQLTY Threads, Inc. will be donated to Sacramento Shriners Hospital for Children. The alligator print on the shoe represents the instinct one must have to keep going forward in life regardless of any obstacle placed in ones way. The green on the shoe represents my daughter Jayd’e. The red toe represent the blood, tears, and sacrifice one must take to reach their goals.

About the Dubonnet Phillips

I’m Dubonnet Phillips, a veteran and CEO of EQLTY Threads, Inc. I am a small business clothing brand located in Sacramento, CA. I have an amazing daughter who’s name is Jayd’e who is both blind and mute and suffers from cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and mental retardation due to her being shaken as an infant. I have helped my daughter overcome so many milestones by simply investing my time and energy into helping her flourish.