• TriggzBee
  • PR Boost
  • AD
  • International Media
  • AliveShoes

The TriggzBee brand was recently published in the online version of AD magazine, Architectural Digest is an American monthly magazine founded in 1920.

Its principal subject is interior design and landscapung, rather than pure external architecture.

It's an important goal of the AliveShoes PR Boost team, to connect the best designers on the AliveShoes platform with the most important media in international fashion and the most popular influencers.

TriggzBee appeared all over AD's website for an entire week

Photographic material and banners were published on a interior and design magazine of undisputed level as AD.The photos of the designer of the brand were the background for the principal section of the magazine.

Specific banners featuring the shoes’ design—vertical and horizontal—appeared in the most important articles of the week.

The weeklong appearances provided great visibility for the brand.


About the brand and style of TriggzBee

The Triggzbee brand is all about comfort and versatility. The style is meant to appeal a variety of people with different tastes but also appeal to a broader audience. This allows them to appreciate the comfort each step provides and expressing their very own sense of style. In return we get inspired by seeing our audiences’ vision. Triggzbee shoes are designed to be timeless, making them a shoe for everyone. Everything from the color of the shoe and the different textures were carefully chosen in order to appeal a variety of people with different styles. The unique combination of colors and materials that speaks quality makes this a versatile shoe, capable of being worn with just about anything.

An Idea and a Design by Ramone Lynch

I started Triggzbee with my wife, we wanted to design something that can appeal a broad audience and with that vision in mind I knew I could utilize my wife’s artistic palette in order to help us achieve it. As a person who has always been very into shoes and different styles, I knew we definitely had a vision for a shoe capable of being admired by even just a few.