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Indecisive footwear fiends have some tough decisions ahead of them at Tanya Heath's first Stateside boutique. Opening tomorrow, the French footwear designer is bringing her personalized pumps and more to low-key Robertson Boulevard.
Located in the space formerly occupied by Scalise, the 1,385-square-foot space offers a range of styles—from sandals, classic round-toes, booties, and more—that can be customized from heel to toe. Each shoe features a removable heel, which can be swapped out with stiletto stems, baroque-inspired designs, solid-hued block heels, and many other options. The kicker: each stepper can be worn with different heights, finally eliminating the need to tote around back-up flats.
Tanya Heath is open Monday through Friday from 11am to 7pm, Saturday from 11am to 6pm, and Sunday from 12 to 5pm.