- Sara Ehlers |
Los Angeles - Shoewear company Toms has finally opened its second boutique in Los Angeles. Bowing in Glendale, the flagship will officially open its doors this week.
The store will be in a prime shopping location at Glendale’s outdoor shopping center. According to Racked LA, the footwear brand will open its doors this Thursday, June 23. The timing of the shop aligns with the company’s 10 year anniversary. The boutique will offer its iconic unisex shoes, accessories, and eyewear. Known for its philanthropic mission, Toms donates a pair of shoes to a child in need for every pair sold. For its Glendale store, the brand will continue to honor this mission and keep donating shoes, water, and eyewear to those in need.
Toms has been an established company since 2006. Founded by Blake Mycoskie, the SoCal-based brand has expanded to international standing. Currently, the footwear brand is available in over 70 countries through 500 retailers. Toms shoes are offered for men, women, and children. Most commonly known for its slip-ons and sandals, the shoes average in price around 55 dollars a pair.