Discover 5 of Toronto’s coolest fashion hot spots, from consignment stores to luxury boutiques.
—By Lauren Walker-Lee
119 Yorkville Ave
Stocking a curated selection of coveted designer pieces, this Toronto hot spot is a trendy staple amongst fashion fans. Situated in Yorkville, this boutique with minimalist interior stocks brands such as Haider Ackermann, Rick Owens, Sacai, Balenciaga, Acne, and Margiela, keeping perfectly in line with their aesthetic and their customers’ directional wardrobe wants.
7 St Thomas St Unit 101
A true concept store that brings the magic of a Dover Street Market or Collette to Toronto, WDLT117 offers off the beaten path brands like Y/Project, Sies Marjan, Issey Miyake, and Ellery amongst others in a curated space of fashion, art and design. Set over two stories in a residential part of Yorkville, you can grab an espresso while taking in the unique pieces and rotating exhibits.
1410 Dundas St W
An expertly curated designer consignment store, VSP CONSIGNMENT features high-end in-demand designers like Celine, Gucci, The Row, and Chanel, as well as contemporary brands and streetwear over a 4000 square foot space. Very knowledgeable staff can assist with connecting you to their luxury (and verified) handbags and sought-after runway pieces.
1128 Yonge St
Found in Toronto’s upscale Rosedale neighbourhood, The Narwhal is right at home nestled amongst design shops and restaurants. Providing a cool girl aesthetic, they carry brands like Ganni, Agolde Isabel Marant, and Golden Goose.
1275 Bay St
Located beside the Four Seasons Toronto, The Archives is the crème de la crème of accessory shops, selling jewellery, hats, bags and lifestyle objects from brands like Ambush, Rodarte, and Dior.
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