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5 clothing stores coming to Toronto in 2016

A number of popular clothing stores will be opening in Toronto next year, giving a considerable boost to the city's fashion sense. From a Japanese with a cult-like following to a major US department store chain there's lots to look forward to. Better start saving now.

Here's a round-up of clothing stores coming to Toronto in 2016.

Uniqlo
Japanese clothing giant Uniqlo is slated to open boutiques in the Eaton Centre and Yorkdale Mall next fall. The retailer already has around 1,500 stores worldwide, so its arrival is highly anticipated. Expect to be met with H&M x Balmain-worthy lines when it touches down.

Nordstrom
Nordstrom will take over Sears' old home in the Eaton Centre in 2016, as there have been signs proclaiming its impending entry for around a year now. When it finally sets up shop, expect to find everything but the boring old goods that dominated the space in years prior.

Saks
Holt Renfrew is finally getting some big time competition next year. Saks will take over Hudsons Bay's spot on the corner of Yonge and Queen, offering a new place to shop for luxury designer goods. There will also be a 21,000 square foot food hall run by Pusateri's, giving Financial District folk more dining options.

The Kooples
French designer The Kooples is set to open Toronto stores in the coming year. Though locations and details are still TBA, you can look forward to stacking your wardrobe with some stylish new streetwear pieces very soon.

Michael Jordan brand store
Sneaker fans will get a new mecca next year when the Jordan store sets up shop at Yonge and Dundas. Carrying exclusively Jordan-branded merch, you'll find a healthy selection of streetwear and kicks. If you want a sneak peak of what's to come, check out this video tour of the Chicago location.

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