Tusk was founded in 2012 as a pop-up shop inside Silver Falls Vintage but now the contemporary womenswear boutique has brought its signature subdued colour and soft minimalism to its...
The Siista'r is a womenswear boutique on Queen Street, right across from Trinity Bellwoods Park. To be frank, the decor and displays are a smidge underwhelming; run-of-the-mill garment racks line...
The Saks OFF 5TH Vaughan Mills location is the discount offshoot of Saks Fifth Avenue. It's one of three Canadian stores (the other two are at Toronto Premium Outlets and...
Glassbox Barbershop is where the new school barbershop meets the old school. The bench I'm sitting on while chatting with co-owner and barber, Peter Gosling, for instance, doesn't have any...
8th + Main, a contemporary men's and women's clothing store, just opened up on Yonge street inside quite the spacious heritage building. Having never heard of the brand before, I...
Hayley Elsaesser's namesake flagship on Queen Street is essentially a portal to her wild and colourful imagination. The Canadian-born fashion designer takes classic menswear and womenswear silhouettes, tailors them to...
Community 54 looks after its ladies. After many years of operating two locations (a flagship in New York and a neighbourhood staple in Parkdale), the boutique's founders Joel Reilly, Daymon...
KA Space is much more than a fashion boutique. In fact, co-owner Ashley King Allwood corrected me when I described it as such. "It's really a creative space, not a fashion...
NYX Cosmetics is a beauty store offering high-end makeup at drugstore prices. Replacing the MAC store on Queen West, the city's inaugural outpost of the LA-based makeup brand brings with...
The Legends League is a Toronto-based streetwear brand made by artist Bryan Espiritu. After years of grassroots support for the legends' movement, the flagship store represents a pivotal milestone for...
Love & Greed, although tucked inside the ground level of a condo building, is a high-end menswear boutique you can't miss walking through the ever-growing streets of Parkdale. Marked with...
Kit and Ace has opened its Toronto flagship on Bloor St. W. in Yorkville, its second store in the city following its debut on West Queen West. Founded by JJ...
Convey is a boutique that offers different and trendy styles if you're looking to upgrade your wardrobe. They stock a line of unique fashion predominately from Australian and New Zealand...
Nuvango Gallery and Goods (pronounced like 'mango') is the new neighbour next to The Burroughes Building on Queen West. Gone is the bikini store, now replaced by a store that...
Aesop, an upscale Australian skin care brand, opened its own freestanding location in Toronto after years of success peddling their natural, unisex products at stockists like Jacob & Sebastian, Oliver...
Park & Province is the Trinity Bellwoods bachelor apartment of the hip-and-with-it older brother you never had. Aside from the hardwood floors, JM&Sons custom-built fixtures and plethora of plants, owners...
Sugar & Scruff a locally-owned clothing store by designer Linh Diep. While the store has a new name, interior design and collections, it has been a well-known fixture on...
Smoke + Ash is the re-branded boutique on Queen West previously known as Sauvage. The store has expanded its clothing and footwear line to become a fully integrated lifestyle store,...
Civello in Rosedale is the salon upon which Ray Civello's hair empire was founded. Sprawling over 5,000 square feet, the three-floor salon, which features two cutting areas, a spa, makeup...
In Vintage We Trust turned online success into a storefront, opening its doors to the public December 2014. Chantal Varela and Josh Roter live, breathe, and revel in vintage clothing....
Indochino has brought its online custom-suiting system to a two-floor space on King East. The showroom, which began life as a pop-up last year, brings the online retailer and its...
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