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Bespoke Design Studio Ceeze Drops New Upcycled Crossbody Bags

Attention all sneakerheads!

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Connor Seltz's sneaker obsession started at an early age. His collection grew fast as he found himself going through a pair of kicks monthly. After a sports injury left him on the mend, Seltz spent his recovery time painting and restoring some of the older shoes in his collection. From that moment on, Seltz was committed to making his custom footwear vision a reality. 

Only five years later, Seltz and his NYC-based design studio, Ceeze, have worked with brands like Sprite, Nike, Xbox, and more. 

Ceeze first stepped into the sneaker scene in 2018 with their viral "Off-Louis" Air Jordan 1 sneakers. Seltz and his Ceeze team have distinguished themselves as bespoke footwear maestros for the last three years, crafting some of the dopest custom footwear in the game. 

Footwear isn't their only focus. As of 2021, Ceeze added accessories and leather goods to their roster. Seltz and the Ceeze team began collecting scrap Nike and Air Jordan uppers for the last 36 months with their eye on sustainability. 

Their first upcycled crossbody bag drop, the Black and Yellow CB-01, was made from scrap suede, napa leather, and two different scrap Air Jordan 1 uppers on the bag's front face. 

Stylish, streetwear approved, and sustainably sourced, their crossbody bag creations maximize Ceeze's material usage and lessen waste. Retailing for between $365 USD and $435 USD, Ceeze is now on their third version of the bag available for purchase on their website.

 

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