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Comfortable slip-ons with a trendy feel.
Since 2006, Toms has reportedly provided more than 10 million pairs of new shoes to children around the world.
Toms has finally descended on our shores. The renowned Californian brand – offering footwear and eyewear – is one that looks to change the perception of fashion and how one shops.
Its One for One commitment allows your every purchase to benefit a cause. For each pair of shoes sold, the brand gives one away to a child in need. This gives genuine meaning to the term “purchasing power”.
With a presence in over 60 countries around the world, Toms is proving that the latest trends can help address global needs. Since 2006, it has reportedly provided more than 10 million pairs of new shoes to children around the world.
Toms has also collaborated with other charitable partners who integrate the shoe-giving into their daily work – such as health check-ups, distribution of medicine and vaccine and micro-finance programmes.
The brand’s latest footwear range includes designs in different colours, prints and styles. Both men and women can enjoy the Alpargata Classics line, inspired by traditional Argentinian footwear with toe-stitch and comfortable cushioned insole.
There is also a line of smart-casual slip-ons for guys with added details such as the rope sidewall and rubber outsole. Ladies can embody a fresh, hip look with flirty platform wedges and simple strap sandals in trendy aesthetics.
Toms Spring/Summer collection is available at Isetan, KLCC and The Gardens, KL.
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