The Best New Fashion Stores in Toronto for 2015
The best new fashion stores in Toronto for 2015 upped the city's fashion game by offering new streetwear styles, fashion-forward basics, on-trend accessories and more. Some of Toronto's most beloved clothing havens spawned new stores and a few new kids on the block popped up giving Toronto's style-savvy shoppers alternatives to their regular haunts.
Here are the best new fashion stores that opened in Toronto in 2015.
While Zara and Cos are filled with stylish button-downs and chinos, chances are more than a few of Toronto's slickest dressers already have the same ammo in their closets. If you want to step up your menswear game, hit the racks at Park & Province. The new addition to West Queen West carries a mix of obscure labels and big names like New Balance and Levi's.
Livestock is a well known name to Toronto sneaker lovers. Its store on Spadina has been a go-to for footwear fanatics for years. This year, the store opened its second Toronto outpost in Roncesvalles Village, giving streetwear lovers on the far west side a new haunt. Expect to find kicks, tees, snapbacks and more from brands like Nike, Adidas and Puma here.
KA Space is a gallery/ethical fashion emporium hybrid in Leslieville. Forget rifling through piles of clothing, this place has got minimalism down to a science. The high-end, monochrome womenswear sold here are the products of the store's creator, Kevin Allwood, and are a far cry from anything you'd ever find at your local Forever 21.
Muddy George opened at the end of the summer, bringing a host of casual-contemporary menswear to Bloorcourt. The shop touts duds from homegrown brands like 18 Waits and Muttonhead, plus a smattering of labels from abroad. Expect to find everything from overnight bags to outerwear on its shelves.
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