Timberland Timberland ®

CONSTRUCT:10061

Presenting our team of makers, hackers and innovators: Daniel BaileyHelen KirkumDavid MawdsleyJelske Peterson and Jarah Stoop, Nathan Alexander Walker, and Suzanne Oude Hengel

DANIEL BAILEY

 is the founder of  ConceptKicks, one of the foremost locations for forward thinking  footwear inspiration. Aside from promoting footwear  talent globally through his platform ConceptKicks, he has collaborated with  some of the best  in the field.

This high quality  collaborative  spirit puts him in ideal position to lead  and curate CONSTRUCT:10061 for Timberland.

HELEN KIRKUM

has already set high  standards, despite being a relative newcomer in the  footwear business. Her signature  style of remixing and recycling  makes her an exciting member of the CONSTRUCT:10061 team. 

DAVID MAWDSLEY

 is a master of all in the  footwear business –   designer, developer,  strategist, brand consultant. Which is probably why he’s known as The Footwear Composer .

His thirst for  knowledge and talent for the business  has seen him collaborate with the greats, something  which he’s continued in his visit to the  Dominican Republic.

PETERSON+STOOP

Jelske  Peterson and Jarah  Stoop are the founders of  Peterson+Stoop, a forward thinking, genderless  footwear brand based in Amsterdam.

Peterson+Stoop take  craft to the next level  treading lightly on the world, recycling and upcycling  sneakers to create unique and luxurious products. 

SUZANNE OUDE HENGEL

“the knitwear queen” is responsible for some of the most forward-thinking  knits in the world today.

Especially crafted for  footwear, but incorporating innovative use of materials, knits and  colour, her expertise helps her create highly innovate  footwear design. 

NATHAN ALEXANDER WALKER

 is the youngest of the  team for this season’s collaboration, but already looks likely to make a big  impression. Former intern of ConceptKicks, he is currently finishing his degree studies at UAL and is already making waves with his innovative  product thinking.