Personalisation @ Superga
If you would like to have one of our extremely talented artists personalise your trainers, please contact the store/artist below to make your request. Please also inform us of your shoe style, colour, and size.
To make your Supergas unique to you, there will be an additional cost for the customisation, prices start from £10. The cost is dependant on the size and simplicity of the artwork. Your design will take around 7 days.
All orders are processed via mail order and will be delivered via Royal mail. Please note, personalised Supergas are non-refundable. We hope you enjoy your bespoke pair of Superga shoes.
Younju - Covent Garden
Younju has joined our Covent Garden team from South Korea having moved to London in 2017, coming from a product designer's background with a keen interest in illustration.
Whilst being in London working for Superga, Younju has found inspiration to creat her own Instagram account and Youtube channel called Customi_sim. Where she put short video, tutorial and pictures of works she does independently as well as in Superga.
Younju enjoys communication with customers from all over the world in finding their needs and pleasing with the results.
Seulah So - Carnaby Street
Seulah was born in Seoul in South Korea, where she graduated in visual design and went on to become an Art teacher and a museum guide in Seoul.
Seulah always loved London and decide to move here in June 2017. She lives for art and she loves the illustrative doodling drawing style. and Seulah also aspires to be a children's book illustrator.
Margherita - Notting Hill
Margherita was born in Triest, a small city in the North-East of Italy.
She began drawing at 2 years old, and art has been her greatest passion ever since.
Margherita was a self-taught artist until the age of 17, when she first attended a comic school near her city. She has been published in a local annual magazine since 2008. She also studied fashion in her mother's school to become a fashion designer and a cutting teacher.
Her adventure in London started in September 2015, and her first artistic job was a graffiti in a small restaurant in Manor House.