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Fabulous Shopping in Toronto

Toronto has emerged as a major style destination. Stores abound with luxury designer items, unique vintage finds and top home décor, and high fashion can be found around every corner. New in 2016: Nordstrom is opening two big locations in Toronto in the Eaton Centre and Yorkdale in September and October 2016! And Saks Fifth Avenue has opened its first Canadian shop in Toronto and has released these fascinating short documentaries that explore the creative community in Toronto.

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10 Toronto Vintage Stores to Get Fab Finds

Aside from being an affordable way to shop, vintage shopping in Toronto is sure to refresh your wardrobe, draw attention and earn you points on Queen West.

More: Secondhand Chic: 10 Toronto Vintage Stores to Get Fab Finds

 

Shopping in Bloor-Yorkville

From designer boutiques carrying the latest fashions, to high-end galleries and antique shops, Bloor-Yorkville is heaven on earth for those with sophisticated tastes and deep pockets.

More: Shopping in Bloor-Yorkville: High-End Fashion and Boutiques

 

Exclusive Toronto Wedding Shops

Whether you’re on a budget or only limited by your imagination, our local vendors have what you need to make your vision a reality – from the dress to the flowers to the cake.

More: Say Yes to These Exclusive Toronto Wedding Shops

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Forage-Worthy Flea Markets in Toronto

As you peruse the crates of records, racks of vintage clothing and shelves of quirky collectibles, expect to be serenaded by buskers, tempted by the smells of food trucks and amused by many photo ops.

More: The Best Forage-Worthy Flea Markets in Toronto

 

8 Toronto Malls to Make a Day Of

Toronto is packed with so many shopping centres you could easily spend an entire day exploring them. So why don’t you?

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Shopping in the Distillery District

From cobblestone streets to industrial-era buildings, it’s easy to see where Old Town Toronto gets its name.

More: Shopping in the Distillery District: Discover Old Town Toronto

 

Shopping in Queen West

Known as the Art and Design District, the uber-trendy two-kilometre Queen Street strip between Bathurst and Gladstone is home to some of the city’s most cutting edge boutiques.

More: Shopping in Queen West: The Hippest of the Haute

 

Unique Toronto Gift Shops

Toronto is a one-of-a-kind city – not only when it comes to our people and our attractions, but also when it comes to our local shops and businesses.

More: Uniquely Toronto: Souvenir and Gift Shops You Won’t Find Anywhere Else

 

Shopping in King West

Toronto’s King Street is aptly named. Once populated primarily by warehouses and industrial buildings, today its multitude of fashion retailers, high-end lifestyle shops, and trendy restaurants, are truly fit for a king.

More: Shopping in King West: A Fresh Take on Furniture and Fashion

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Holiday Shopping in Toronto: You Can’t Get This Online

Maybe it’s the Christmas decorations adorning street-shop windows, the festive music playing in the malls, or the many handcrafted gifts that only make their appearance once a year at the One of a Kind Christmas Show. Whatever it is, it makes holiday shopping in Toronto a truly magical experience.

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