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Peace Collective is opening a flagship store in Toronto

If you have your eye on a Toronto Vs. Everybody tee, you'll soon be able to buy one at Peace Collective's first ever standalone store.

The ubiquitous, yet sometimes controversial, brand is moving in to a 2,000 square foot space at 131 Ossington Ave. The store will fit within Peace Collective's minimalist aesthetic, so expect cement flooring and lots of black and white monochromatic design elements.

And along with selling its signature Toronto-centric clothing items, the Peace Collective outlet will aim to sate your sweet tooth. The company's launching Peace Treats and will dole out over-the-top milkshakes in the front section of its store.

"It's going to be something that people want to take a photo of, something that people are going to be impressed by visually," says Peace Collectives John Molina.

So if the Bang Bang lineup is just too long, you should be able to stop by Peace Collective when it opens for business, likely some time near the end of this month.

Photo via Peace Collective.


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