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This Week in Fashion: Vince Camuto is coming to Canada, Holt Renfrew traveling pop-up shop, The Black Box Boutique, and Queen West Sidewalk Sale

This Week in Fashion rounds up the week's style news, store openings and closings, pop-up shops, sales and upcoming fashion and design events in Toronto. Find it here every Wednesday morning.

FASHION'S NIGHT OUT

The long-awaited Fashion's Night Out - New York's biggest and baddest shopping event similar to Toronto's past Vintage's Night Out and West End Riches, but multiplied by 10 - is finally upon us. For a full preview of the event, check here.

NEWS

Vince Camuto fans: brace yourselves for the brand's arrival in Canada this fall. The contemporary womenswear designs at reasonable price points will be available at select locations of The Bay. For a taste of what they have to offer, visit the Vince Camuto website here.

To celebrate their 175th anniversary, Holt Renfrew is launching the craziest traveling pop-up shop to tour across Canada, starting with Toronto's Trinity Bellwoods Park on September 7. It'll sell limited edition sweatshirts in five colours by internationally renowned graphic designers, including Justin Broadbent, Alex Viau, and Joachim Baan, all for $75 a pop. For more details of the tour, visit the Holt Renfrew website here.

EVENTS/PARTIES

Owner Lilla Balint will open the doors to her latest endeavour, The Black Box Boutique (106 Yorkville Ave, 2nd floor) at 11 am on Saturday (September 8). The launch event will run until 10 pm, welcoming guests with live music, complimentary snacks and drinks, raffle prizes, and special giveaways. The boutique will stock men's and women's jewellery and watches, including pieces by notable brands like Noir, Toywatch, Vita Fede, and more. Lilla aims to support both local and international designers, and cater to a wide range of styles from classic to trendy.

Arta Gallery (14 Distillery Ln) is having one heck of a party on Saturday (September 8) to celebrate many of SAKHUJA's accomplishments. First and foremost, it's the brand's 2nd year anniversary, so naturally it will be hosted by comedian Nitish Sakhuja. Also, the photography exhibit "The Five Stages of Grief" shot by Narbir Gosal will be showcased, and the mini spring/summer 2013 collection will be present as a pop-up. Purchase your tickets here.

SALES

For the third year in a row, Queen Street West is having their annual sidewalk sale this Saturday (September 8). From 11 am until 7 pm, take a stroll from Osgoode Subway Station all the way to Bathurst Street for an ample amount of sale steals, food, and fun!!! Get 50% off on Lavish & Squalor's summer merchandise, last call prices at Show Room, $2 Sliders on BQM Burger's patio, and more. Find a full and frequently updated list of participating retailers here.


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