Teva was born in the Grand Canyon back in 1984, when a river guide rigged two Velcro watchbands to an old pair of flip flops and created a shoe that wouldn’t float away. Little did he know three decades on the cool crowd would be wearing on-trend versions of his original design. Solange and Zoe Kravitz are big fans and they’re now making their mark here with the fashion forward wearing them from music festivals to the high street.

So Teva Australia partnered with PR agency Bonel, to run a DIY Craft event with Sydney’s stylish set to personalise their own Teva sandals.

High profile fashion influencer Nadia Fairfax, hosted the event, along with her crew of gals pals for a morning of crafting with Teva’s bestselling black Original Universal and Flatform Universal sandals.

It was the coolest art class around with the girls using sequins, studs, patches, glitter and more to create their own look.

It was an impressive sight, with super cool creations and lots of fun had by all.

So time to get inspired and have a go with your pair!