It was a day of excitement for Neon High heels: The first ever neon high heel, created by the famed designer, designer and pop culture icon, Mark Wahlberg.
The heels were donated by a group of women who worked with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, a suicide prevention nonprofit.
A couple of hundred of them had been trained in the past two years by Wahlburg and had been wearing them on social media.
In fact, the organization said that Wahlburger’s designs have been used by suicide prevention volunteers around the world.
In a statement, the American foundation praised Wahlberg for his dedication to helping survivors of suicide.
“Mark Wahlberger’s work is truly a beacon for survivors of mental illness, a symbol of hope and inspiration for the world,” the foundation said.
“His work has helped hundreds of people across the world find solace, and he’s one of the most inspirational people in the world.”
In addition to his work with suicide prevention, Wahlbruggers creations have been worn by celebrities, including actress Olivia Wilde, singer and model Britney Spears and actor Mark Ruffalo.
But his work was also influential on the world of fashion.
“The way he creates his work is so visually unique,” said Carrie F. McBride, the founder of the fashion studio, L.L.C. “You see his style reflected in the way we design.”
The pair created the heels in a way that would fit comfortably in the shoes, and also with a style that is casual, not stylish, said McBride.
They were not meant to be worn by the average person, but by a celebrity.
“They’re very different than anything else you can find in the fashion world,” she said.
The idea for the heels came to Wahlenberg when he was in college.
“When I was at college, I got the idea to put high heels on girls,” he said.
He was inspired by an article in The Guardian, a British newspaper, in which a woman described wearing them.
She said that she liked the way they felt, and felt “finally comfortable with myself.”
She said she had a few of them and liked them, but when she wore them, she felt that they made her feel “different.”
Wahlbers work also inspired the company’s neon, a high-visibility, high-fashion-like look.
“It’s a visual metaphor of being a part of something bigger than yourself,” said Wahlbachs creative director, Eric Pfeiffer.
He said that Neon High has a “big” impact on how the company sells its high heels, which are now sold by their manufacturer, L-3 Communications, at an annual retail price of $250.
Neon High is also involved in other efforts.
“We have the L.A. Pride Festival, the Summer of Colors, and the Pride Festival in New York City,” said McBreed.
“So, it’s really an extension of what we do.”
Neon High says that it is now in talks with a number of high-profile brands to produce its new line of high heels for the spring.
It will include more high heels than ever before, including the high-end leather models and the new styles like the high heel.
“Our aim is to be a high fashion brand that is relevant to everyone,” said Pfeifer.
“And we have been making high heels to be part of the conversation around the issue of mental health.”
The high-heeled heels have become a symbol in the fight against suicide.
A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that nearly 20 percent of people who had tried suicide were wearing Neon High shoes, or at least in one of its signature styles.
“There’s something very cool about having a neon logo on your shoe,” said L.C.’s McBride about the brand.
“What you see is what you get.”
Neon high heels are made of leather, which has the texture of a leather shoe, but they have a rubber outsole, making them more comfortable than other shoes.
Neon high heel models are often pictured wearing neon high-tops with white, purple, pink, or green accents.
But neon high fashion, like any fashion, can also be associated with other forms of suicide, including drug use and binge eating.
“I think what Neon High really wanted to do was be a symbol for all of the different types of mental illnesses,” said F.
“People who are suicidal are a part, but people who are in other types of pain, they’re part of it, too.
Neon is a symbol.”
Neon’s founders hope to expand its brand beyond the United States.
The company has a global headquarters in New Jersey and plans to make high-quality high-street shoes and accessories, as well as other high-tech goods.
“This is just a great way for us to do something that