Jennifer Garner launches footwear collection with Toms

Jennifer Garner attends the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. Photographed by Emma McIntyre
Jennifer Garner attends the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. Photographed by Emma McIntyre
Emma McIntyre

The actress — who co-founded organic baby food company, Once Upon a Farm, in 2015 – has worked with the American footwear company to create her own limited-edition capsule collection of shoes for both children and adults, all of which are emblazoned with prints of the fruit.

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The range is compared of Toms’ signature Alpargata slip-on, and will include gingham print uppers made from 100 percent organic fabric, as well as green outer soles made from sugarcane.

“We’re so proud of this collaboration because it celebrates the value both Toms and Once Upon a Farm share of creating a healthier, happier tomorrow,” Toms' design director, Rose Jones says in a statement.

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Jennifer teased the collection on the official Instagram account for Once Upon a Farm with a post of a photo of apples and this caption: “We’ve got something new for the apple of your eye. Check back tomorrow for an exciting announcement with goods at its core.”

Compiled by Futhi Masilela 

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