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Swedish fashion chain J. Lindeberg coming to Toronto

Another international fashion chain is set to land downtown in the coming weeks. Swedish fashion line J. Lindeberg, whose wares can already be found sprinkled around town in stores as diverse as Anti-Hero, Sporting Life, and the Bloor St. Harry Rosen location, is set to open a Canadian flagship in the old Next Door space at 433 Queen St. West at Spadina.

When the new location opens, expect to find pieces that fall into both the "sportswear" and "lifestyle" categories. The brand, known for popping up at sample sales around Toronto, focuses on ski and golfwear in addition to sleek, luxurious basics like neutral polo shirts, sleek knitwear, and denim for men and women. (Think of them as a mix between Jil Sander and North Face - which makes sense, since designers from both companies now work for the brand.)


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