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Girls' Day Out by Mestrae on AFO Live

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Girls' Day Out by Mestrae on AFO Live

Girls' Day Out , a carnival by 21 women founders in conjunction with International Women's Day 2017 hosted  by Mestrae

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Mestrae, Asia's 1st Interchangeable Heels on AFO LIVE

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Mestrae, Asia's 1st Interchangeable Heels on AFO LIVE

You've seen it trending, you can now have it in person too!!! Ladies, now you can swap your heels by just removing it!

Interchange between stilettos, block heels, 3.5 inch, 2.5 inch and flats versions with a slide of a button with Mestrae, Asia's 1st Interchangeable Heels. 

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Interview with Pam, CEO and Founder of Mestrae, Interchangeable Shoes by The YumList

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Interview with Pam, CEO and Founder of Mestrae, Interchangeable Shoes by The YumList

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Comfortably Chic by BFM

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Comfortably Chic by BFM

There’s always been a recurring problem in the world of women's shoes, where wanting to invoke the stylishness of high heels will end up feeling very uncomfortable- but Mestrae might be the perfect response to this issue. With a mission to allow women feel comfortable and sexy at the same time, Mestrae’s patented technology allows people to interchange their heels, from highs, to stilettos, to flats.

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BFM 89.9 : Road to Mestrae

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BFM 89.9 : Road to Mestrae

“Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world.” Those were the wise words of one Marilyn Monroe, who knew exactly how to make an impression, without compromising on style or comfort. And this is exactly what local startup company Mestrae, is trying to do too. Mestrae is Asia’s first and only interchangeable heels brand, providing the region stylish shoes that can be converted from heels to flats, or vice versa, in just a few seconds. Founder & CEO Christine Pamela shares with us the road to Mestrae, and how they envision fulfilling the needs and wants of the everyday woman who tries to do it all.

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