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This Week in Fashion: Fred Perry Fall/Winter launch parties, The Art of Reuse Pop-Up Shop, TNT Outlet 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.

EVENTS/PARTIES

Fred Perry's throwing their new collection launch party once again, showcasing a no-doubt preppy-cool fall/winter 2013. This time around, there'll be two nights to celebrate and view the clothing: tomorrow (September 12) from 7:30 pm until 9:30 pm at Fred Perry (964 Queen St W), and Friday (September 13) from 10 pm until 2 am at The Yukon (1592 Queen St W) - neither of which need an RSVP! Show up for a cold one and a chance to win a $500 gift card.

This Sunday (September 15), stop by Clint Roenisch (944 Queen St W) for The Art of Reuse's one-day pop-up shop. From 7 pm onwards, peruse their exceptional handpicked vintage clothing for both men and women, as well as their quirky housewares. If you can't make it, don't fret! Their beautiful picks are always available through their online shop.

From now until September 17, Love of Mine (781 Queen St W) will be home to the Sewnmates Pop Up Shop, featuring an impressive collection of contemporary and vintage designer gear. Stop by to pick out a flirty Shakuhachi dress or be dazzled by some classic Prada and Burberry.

SALES

All sale merchandise from every TNT store has been moved to the outlet (388 Eglinton Ave W), meaning you finally have a fighting chance at finding that one printed jacket you wanted last season in the right size. Everything's going for about 75% off, so be sure to head over earlier than later to avoid missin' out. The hours are as follows: Tuesday - Saturday 10 am - 6 pm, closed Sunday, Monday by appointment only.

Photo from Fred Perry's Facebook page


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