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Although Toms is not a fashion brand first and foremost, it was Anna Wintour's Vogue magazine which gave the brand its first boost and its shoes have been promoted by the likes of Sienna Miller and Brad Pitt."People had never heard of something as radical as giving a pair of shoes," Mycoskie continues.

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But that's why the shoe is so classic in its design.

I'm really interested in creating something that people would want to wear today and in 10 years and in a hundred years." This is something replicated in the eyewear range, which sticks to classic shapes, such as Aviators, each decorated with three colours: one at the temple which represents the customer, one at the end of the arm to represent the person receiving medical treatment because of the purchase and a thin band in the middle, which shows Toms as the go-between.

"When I started Toms, people thought I was crazy," Myscoskie writes in his book, "[but] the giving component makes our shoes more than a product.

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Mycoskie has never spent a penny on advertising, because he doesn't need to and this in turn means he is able to sell his shoes at an affordable price of £35 – which, of course, covers the pair you wear, as well as the pair which is given away.

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