John Fluevog has earned renown for his innovative footwear for men and women (Madonna and Perry Farrell are, apparently, fans). Fluevog’s first Toronto location opened on Queen West in 1989, and now the Distillery District is set to house the city’s second location at 55 Mill Street.">

Popular shoe purveyor John Fluevog announces a second Toronto location


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John Fluevog's Queen West store

Since the ’70s, Canadian shoe designer John Fluevog has earned renown for his innovative footwear for men and women (Madonna and Perry Farrell are, apparently, fans). Fluevog’s first Toronto location opened on Queen West in 1989, and now the Distillery District is set to house the city’s second location at 55 Mill Street.

The new shop is planning for a May opening, and to celebrate the event, Fluevog will be crafting two special pairs of shoes — one for women, one for men — which will only be sold at the new location. 

John Fluevog, 55 Mill St., Building 2

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