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Fashion & Style

The top 16 markets and pop-ups in Toronto for May

Posted by Alice Prendergast / April 29, 2016

toronto popupsThe top markets and pop-ups in Toronto for May include boozy bazaars and outdoor shopping experiences way less stressful than the Eaton Centre. Whether your looking to taste some new fare or get your hands on vintage treasures, there's lots to choose from.

Here are my picks for the top markets and pop-ups in Toronto for May.

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AGO Massive Party a weird and wonderful spectacle

Posted by Martha Stortz / April 22, 2016

AGO Massive PartyLast night the Art Gallery of Ontario hosted Midnight Massive Party, a magic-and-masquerade-themed fundraiser. Now in its 12th year, 2016's Massive Party featured works from Toronto's top artists and musicians including Michael Vickers + Oliver Pauk, Robin Clason, and the Artistic Directors of Massive Party, the Broadbent Sisters.

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Toronto gets a new monthly artisans market

Posted by Amy Grief / April 20, 2016

college street localYou don't need to rely on Etsy if you're on the hunt for unique, handmade products in Toronto. Instead you, can visit one of the city's many monthly craft markets, including a new one that's slated to open up in Little Italy this June.

The College Street Local market will make its debut at Revival during the Taste of Little Italy street festival on June 18 and 19.

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The top 10 made in Canada brands in Toronto

Posted by Alice Prendergast / April 20, 2016

made in canadaThe top made in Canada brands in Toronto will infuse your home, wardrobe and lifestyle with locally sourced goods. While there are many Canadian designed items on the market, few are actually created in the true north strong and free. If you're looking to add some homegrown charm to your life, these are the brands you may have heard of.

Here are my picks for the top made in Canada brands available in Toronto.

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Now you can own a piece of the Distillery District

Posted by Amy Grief / April 19, 2016

distillery districtToronto's Distillery District has a large collection of Victorian-era Industrial buildings, which makes this pedestrian-only neighbourhood an ideal place to roam around in. And if you're truly in love with this romantic neighbourhood, you can bring a piece of it into your own home.

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Aritzia opening a new concept store in Toronto

Posted by Amy Grief / April 19, 2016

AritziaWest-coast import Artizia has taken over Toronto-area malls with its uniform of blanket scarves, crop tops and long, flowy sweaters. Now, the Vancouver-based retailer is opening up a new 1,780 square foot concept store in the Eaton Centre dedicated to its in-house label Babaton.

According to Retail Insider, the Babaton-only shop will replace the current Wilfred outpost - Wilfred is another one of Aritzia's private labels.

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