anthropologie queen west toronto

Anthropologie to open in Queen St. church this Friday

Lovers of floral and frilly things: Your hour draws near. Earlier this fall, U.S. clothing and housewares chain Anthropologie, an Urban Outfitters offshoot known for their feminine wares, began converting a stately former church at 751 Queen St. West into its latest Toronto outpost (joining existing locations in the Shops at Don Mills, Yorkville and Yorkdale).

This Friday, December 19, the store is set to open for business, just in time to buy last-minute gifts for the Zooey Deschanel dress-alike in your life (this might be you). RSVP to the store opening on Facebook, or just throw open the shutters and sing your joy to your woodland friends.

Photo via videojey on Instagram.


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Fashion & Style

Toronto just got its first spa for babies and it's as adorable as you would imagine

Where to buy face masks in Toronto

Toronto clothing store closes doors after more than a decade

Shoppers are waiting hours to get into stores at Vaughan Mills

Lavish & Squalor has closed after 13 years in Toronto

Ben Sherman closing stores in Toronto and Vaughan Mills

Frank And Oak facing bankruptcy closing women's store in Toronto

Toronto store that championed local designers closes after 13 years