This Unique Milk-Themed Sneaker Boutique Opened in Toronto
Toronto has been extremely fortunate with a variety of sneaker stores throughout the city and now, the Junction Triangle neighbourhood is the home to a new sneaker boutique. MILK Toronto lives up to its name with an interior design that is completely milk-inspired.
MILK Toronto features a wall that is covered in milk carton labels, a giant glass shoebox that is completely filled with cereal and milk crates that are used for product display on the walls. The founder of MILK, Kamaj Silva, is also the founder of the well-known subscription box services SneakerTub and The Kit Grid who you may have been seen on CBC’s the Dragons’ Den.
The boutique carries streetwear and sneaker brands such as Puma, Saucony, Ransom, Alpha Industries, New Balance, Ewing and New Era. In addition to the different brands that the boutique carries, it also has its own limited edition store t-shirt and dad hat collaboration with New Era.
Next time you’re in the Junction Triangle neighbourhood, be sure to drop by MILK Toronto at 1643 Dupont Street!
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Jonathan Kim is a freelance writer, content creator, and the Social Media Manager for The Brag Affair, a Canadian sneaker and lifestyle blog for creative sneakerheads from all throughout the country.