Right now, this is Canada's only Uniqlo. But in October, one will open up at Yorkdale too. It'll join a slew of retailers - including Nordstrom and Muji - in the mall's newest wing.
This bustling midtown spot got a facelift, and it's now much less drab than it used to be. It's filled columns of colour-changing LED lights and giant digital billboards advertising everything from Apple Pay to the new Toronto Nordstrom. When walking through it, the Yonge Eglinton Centre feels futuristic, in a suburban kind of way.
The show's on Oct. 1 and 2 and it'll cost you $10 at the door (it's cash only) to get in. Once inside, you'll be able to browse through racks on racks of vintage goods, including designer items.
Now, Toronto's getting another MUJI. While there's already one in Mississauga's Square One Mall, North York will soon be home to one too.
Co-founders Andrew Cohen, Johnny Goldmaker and David Prince first launched in Montreal, but brought their cheeky brand to Toronto last month.