For more than 60 years, Sioux has been bearing the name of one of the proudest tribes in North America. There is still much hardship in the Native American reservations of South Dakota. Here, at Sioux, we believe that education is the key to giving new generations a brighter future – all over the world.
With this year’s charity campaign, Sioux is supporting the Red Cloud School in the reservations of South Dakota. Our ambassador and genuine Sioux Robert Alan Packard will donate 100% of the proceeds raised from the sale of the unique moccasins to his former school on the reservation.
Up-and-coming artists, presenters, editors, models and fashion designers all worked hard on their Grashopper creations. They were sent a white, untreated canvas Grashoppper and asked to transform it into a unique creation.
Talk show hostess Susann Atwell recommends a little flower power for the spring.
True to her Latina roots, the Fernanda Brendao moccasin is designed in the Brazilian colours.
Michaela Gerganoff from MY WAY loves her model in the Sioux colours of red and black.
Singer Ronja Hilbig’s charity moccasin is wild yet glamorous.
Designer Nicola Hinrichsen is a fan of copper and fringes.
Marcus Luft from GALA has contributed this airbrush-style moccasin to the Charity Collection 2016.
Singer Namika, who conquered the German charts in 2015 with her song Lieblingsmensch, and her minimalist Grashopper.
Jennifer Proud loves black and white.
Adrian Runhof, creative mind at leading evening wear label Talbot Runhof, gave his Grashopper a traditional brogue pattern.
Giulia Siegels went for a wild African look.
Katya Spryss, fashion director at magazine JOLIE, came up with a pair of moccasins that really rock.
Ines Stüben from PETRA has conjured up a flower meadow for the Grashopper.
Singer Cassandra Steen and her “Forgive, trust love” moccasin.
Johnny Talbot also opted for a brogue pattern – to go with the one designed by his partner Adrian Runhof.
Singer and actor Jasmin Wagner, better known as “Blümchen”, and her dreamcatcher moccasins.
Marc Weinreuter, fashion editor at MEN’S HEALTH, contributed a graffiti-style shoe.
Fashion designer Aysen Bitzer-Bourakd designed a dainty take on the Grashopper.
The charity Grashopper design from fashion stylist Faustyna Klabun is dotted with googly eyes.