Although Toronto is home to some of Canada's best shoe retailers, there is one in particular with unique styles you won’t find anywhere else – heel boy!
Not long after her graduation from Queens University, Chloe Raincock noticed Kingston had an inadequate selection of shoe retailers. With a passion her grandmother instilled in her for great footwear, Raincock set out to establish her own unique brand. Finally, after finding the perfect storefront in Kingston, heel boy was born!
Following the great success of her Kingston flagship, Raincock opened her next location in trendy Downtown Toronto.
Inspired by her shopping experiences with her mother and grandmother as a child, Raincock knew she had to reinvent the store to suit the savvy Toronto shopper. Thus, she created a one of a kind experience, with an expansive inventory, knowledgeable staff, and amazing customer service.
On the other hand (or foot), one similarity between both locations is the interior design— with mood lighting and rooster-feather fixtures.
Today, heel boy offers a vast variety of shoes, accessories, and apparel for women, mens, kids, and even bridal. With brands from A to Z, the store carries designer names such as, Ateliers, Black Suede Studio, Dolce Vita, Ed by Ellen, Hunter, Hush Puppies, Kendall + Kylie, Matt & Nat, Pajar, Sam Edelman, Ted Baker, Vince Camuto, and many more.
Not only Do They have the best brands but the vast assortment makes it easy to find your perfect pair!
In addition to being one of Canadas go-to names in footwear, this retailer is committed to doing good in the community they are a part of. Not only have they organized shoe drives, but they have partnered with many non-profit organizations, like women's shelters, and the KW Princess Project. To sum it up, heel boy is always putting their best foot forward.
Are you a shoe lover that is always craving something different? Then there is no doubt that you need to check out heel boy on Queen St. West.
heel boy - Queen St. West
heel boy, Queen Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada