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The rmk team takes part in continuous research and international travel to ensure we create innovative designs that fulfill the needs of our customers.

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From three generations of proud shoemakers, the rmk brand was launched in 1996 with a mission to design directional footwear for women who love shoes.

Made from premium materials, rmk shoes are on trend, fearless, colour popping, jaw dropping creations ready to be on your feet and defining your style!

Being a proud Australian brand, rmk also draws inspiration locally. With our head office situated in Fitzroy, our designers are influenced by our surroundings and the diversity of Melbourne’s unique and dynamic fashion culture. After all, we are located in Australia’s fashion capital!

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Our Autumn Winter 15 campaign takes us back to the studio to capture the essence of effortless chic.
The very beautiful Jules Modeverts fronts the campaign to showcase the new season’s essential silhouettes. The Campaign features Jules lounging seductively in nothing but our knee hi boots and a fur jacket. Strutting through the shadows with the masculine-yet-feminine tailored pant and brougue combo.

Capturing the collection was photographer David Higgs.

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Back to our roots, the 2014 campaign brought us back to the streets of Melbourne to celebrate the city and culture that gave birth to the rmk label.
Featuring the gorgeous Laura Jade our SS 14 collection came to life in Melbourne’s urban jungle.
Capturing the collection was photographer David Higgs.

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Supermodel-in-the-making and miss Vogue cover girl Holly Rose fronted the campaign for S/S13.
Capturing the collection was photographer Darren McDonald.

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NY here we come. What better place to launch the SS campaign than the Ultimate New York. The edgy Anja Konstantinova fronded the campaign. With pops of colour and iconic backdrops the SS campaign launched rmk onto an international scale.
Capturing the collection was photographer Darren McDonald.