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.
Smoke + Ash (once known as Sauvage) on Queen West tops the list thanks to its fashionable range of shoes, clothing and accessories. You'll find the racks here lined with goods from Toronto, the U.K., Australia and beyond. If your style staples include stackable rings, boyfriend jeans and crop tops, this shop is worth checking out.
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.
This Queen West streetwear mecca hocks snapbacks, graphic tees and sweats designed by Toronto local Bryan Espiritu. All pieces are Canadian-made and some pay homage to our own fair city with slogans like Nowhere Turunto and YYZ gracing their fronts. If you like to keep your wardrobe local and support the little guy, this is the spot.
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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