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Something About Her by Ariana Madix & Katie Maloney

A collection of floral socks designed by Stars of Bravo TV series Vanderpump Rules and founders of Something About Her sandwich shop


"What doesn't kill me better run" - Ariana Madix

Kicking exes to the curb feels better when you're supporting women who've been there, done that...

Helping young people affected by homelessness in Los Angeles, CA

50% of Profits Donated

Ariana Madix & Katie Maloney, founders of Something About Her sandwich shop in West Hollywood and stars of Bravo TV series Vanderpump Rules, have teamed up with Hippy Feet for this unapologetically feminine collection of West Coast and Parisian inspired floral socks.

50% of the profits from this collaboration will be donated to My Friends Place, a youth homeless shelter and drop in center in West Hollywood. Donations will support housing initiatives, education and job readiness programs, and healthcare initiatives such as mental health or substance abuse counseling.

Both pairs of socks is this collection are made in North Carolina, USA and created from recycled cotton yarns. By using recycled materials, Hippy Feet is able to save 99% of the water that it typically required to create a pair of cotton socks.

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  • 2022 Environmental Impact
    March 10, 2023 Hippy Feet

    2022 Environmental Impact

    The most important reason we exist as a company is to support to young people in need. Through the sale of our products, we’ve been able to provide transitional employment opportunities to over 160 young people experiencing homelessness, give away...

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  • My Friend's Place
    September 20, 2022 Sam Harper

    My Friend's Place

    On any given night in LA County, nearly 70,000 people experience homelessness. Roughly 5,000 of these people are under the age of 24.

    At the beginning of 2022, we announced a commitment to donating 50% of our profits to organizations that are working to help homeless youth. Our goal was to empower the experts — providing resources to the people who best knew how to serve their own communities.

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