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This Week in Fashion: Caravan Found Objects, LAB x Life of Manek pop-up, Horses Atelier sample 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.


Caravan Found Objects - a new sister store to Gypsy Found Objects - is opening today (July 10) at 812 St. Clair Avenue West. It'll be the go-to home dĂŠcor spot for all your shabby chic dreams, teeming with antique linens, furnishings, silver, china, and more. They'll also have a selection of handpicked and reclaimed vintage clothing - there's definitely something quaint and quirky for everyone!

Yorkdale Shopping Centre is Canada's most profitable mall, with a revenue surpassing $1 billion per year. With its second upcoming expansion and a new Nordstrom store in the works, sales are expected to reach $2 billion annually by 2018 - if accomplished, Yorkdale will soon become the highest selling mall in all of North America.

Earlier this week, Forever 21 announced new, lower price points across Canada and online. Their basics - including denim and camis - have been permanently (and drastically) marked down, giving savvy shoppers the option to restock their summer wardrobes with items priced as low as $1.80.


Tomorrow (July 11) from 7 pm until 10 pm, celebrate the launch of LAB Consignment's pop-up shop at Life of Manek (1504 Dundas St W). Peruse their vast selection of vintage and designer goods - typically available online only - all with a drink in hand, shimmying to the tunes of summer. If you can't make it out, LAB will be posted up until July 23, so don't miss your chance to check them out in real life.

Be sure to stop by 302 Queen Street West this weekend (July 13 -14) - from 11 am until 7 pm, Tommy Hilfiger's traveling summer collection will be popping up in the form of a Surf Shack. The retro-lookin' bus will be selling limited edition clothing and specially designed surf boards, alongside Urban Smoke's food truck serving up BBQ and Hawaiian-inspired shave ice treats.


Toronto-based womenswear brand Horses Atelier is hosting a sample sale next Tuesday (July 16) at Clint Roenisch Gallery (944 Queen St W). From noon until 6 pm, snatch up pieces from their debut summer collection at discounted prices, including sundresses and tunics in luxurious silk. But don't forget to visit an ATM - Horses Atelier will be accepting cash only.

Andrew Richard Designs' mid-season sale is on now! Visit the downtown showroom (571 Adelaide St E) to refresh your outdoor space with a new lounge set -- select floor models are marked at 40% off. The hours are as follows: Monday to Wednesday 10am - 6pm, Thursday to Friday 10am - 7pm, Saturday 10am - 6pm, and Sunday 12pm - 5pm.

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