About Livie and Luca
In 1904, when the Brown Shoes Company of Missouri called their bar shoes with the naughty cartoon character Buster Brown and his mistress Mary Jane, Livie and Luca's bar shoes were called Mary Jane. Brown Shoes realized the commercial interest of connecting to "Buster Brown" and paid $ 200 to the cartoonist R.F.Outcot. Livie and Luca also bought the copyright for Mary Jane, Buster's lover, whose role is based on the cartoonist's daughter of the same name! Mary? Jans continued to be popular throughout the 20th century. TH Century & Below is some interesting fashion facts: they are a common combination for pleated dresses from the 1920s. In 1934, a young Shirley Temple wore a white Mary Jans in the film "Baby picked up the bow". In the 1960s, designer Mary Quan put the Twigi model in a pair of shoes and has since become the masters of children's fashion.