The Kohls shoe company, one of the oldest and most successful shoe companies in the world, will auction off its brands and the iconic brand names associated with them for a record-breaking $8 million on Monday.
“It’s going to be an incredible day,” said Kohls CEO Joe Kohls, who was on hand at the auction.
“This is the biggest thing that we’ve ever done.
This is a miracle, because we have such an incredible team and a great team of people that we want to thank for all that they’ve done for us.
We’re going to put it up for auction.
It’s a beautiful day, and we’re all going to have a great time.”
The company’s brand is the Kohl, a trademark of Kohl’s.
The company started out as a single-brand retailer, then expanded to sell over 40 brands including Louis Vuitton, Levi’s, and Clarks.
But the company was sold in 1994 to the Louis Vuissitudes in an $8 billion transaction.
Since then, the brand has grown and has grown into the world’s largest footwear company with more than 2,500 stores in the U.S., Mexico, Canada, the U, and Europe.
The first-ever Kohl sale, to be held at the Beverly Hilton hotel, is being called the biggest luxury auction in history.
It will be held in Los Angelas from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., according to a statement from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
The auction includes items that are not available on the website, such as an original Kohl “Kohl’s World,” which Kohls sold to Louis Vuocollecture in 1989.
“We will put it on the Internet, so people will be able to go online and see it, but they can’t get it, which is very unfortunate,” Kohls said.
“They don’t know about it.”
The auction is part of a larger effort to build awareness of the Kohls brand and the company’s impact in the industry.
In December, the company announced a $2 million gift to the L.A. museum, which will help preserve the brand’s original “Kohls World.”
“It was the right thing to do,” said Louis Vuittors founder and CEO Jean Vauci, who also donated $2.25 million to the museum.
“I know that the brand will be around for a long time, and it will help educate the younger generation about this important brand.”
The Louis Vuills gift will help support “an educational program that will make a huge difference to L.S. youth,” Vaucis said in a statement.
“The Kohls World is a world of color, so this will help them understand and appreciate the history of the company, and the many facets of the brand, in a way that we didn’t expect.”
The sale comes at a time of heightened interest in the brand.
According to a 2016 survey by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, more than 60 percent of Americans surveyed said they have heard of or are familiar with the brand and believe it has an impact on the country’s cultural heritage.
The institute added that, “the Kohls world is a global brand and an important symbol of American identity, a symbol that continues to resonate in our daily lives.”
The event is also being seen as an opportunity to raise awareness of Kohls’ history.
“Kochs is the ultimate symbol of the American dream, and in this auction we’re putting the Kohrs shoe on the line to show the world what it means to be a part of the future,” said Kate Davis, a curator at the Los Angelanas museum.
The museum will also be hosting a silent auction of its brand’s brand, “Kolkis, The World’s Greatest Shoes,” to be led by Kohl &.
“For the past 40 years, we have worked hard to make a mark in the business and the world with the Kohlers brand.
And we hope to continue to work hard for this moment to give this incredible brand a legacy,” said Julie DeMar, senior vice president and chief merchandising officer of the LAM.
“A truly special and extraordinary day for the museum, for the community, and for all of us in the Llamas.”
The museum is hosting an event titled “Kolms: The Legend Returns,” to highlight the company and its legacy.
It is scheduled for Sept. 11 from 1 to 3 p. m.