New Stores & Pop-Ups in the GTA: Urban Collective Holiday Market, Vintage Market + more
Keep up-to-date on all things shopping with our handy shopping guide. From Toronto store openings and online launches to pop-up shops and everything in between, here’s what you should know:
Wishlist: A five-brand holiday pop-up
From December 2 to 15th, check out a multi-brand pop-up for all of your holiday gifting needs at Queen and Ossington. Participating brands include Frank + Oak women, KOTN, Mary Young, Bobbies and Chance + Fate. Follow #WishlistTO for more info and a behind-the-scenes look at the event. Get full event details here.
The Urban Collective Holiday Market
Get outside and shop local at one of the biggest holiday markets of the season at Shops at Don Mills. In addition to the extensive list of vendors participating, there will also be live entertainment, outdoor activities and festive bites and drinks on offer. For dates, hours and more information, visit their web page.
Get into the holiday spirit with Bacardi rum at their two-day pop-up at Brassaii Restaurant. Sample a complimentary Bacardi Gran Reserva holiday cocktail while shopping for the perfect Christmas tree. Trees are $10 – $20 and proceeds will be donated to Toronto-based charity, Second Harvest.
Urban Decay opens first Ontario store
Attention beauty babes: makeup mecca, Urban Decay, is opening their very first Ontario freestanding location (their second in Canada) at Square One. The 1,300 square foot space is a part of the mall’s new luxury wing. Check out the grand opening on December 3rd for exclusive promotions and a meet and greet with beauty blogger, Chrisspy. Click here for more details.
7th annual Holiday Collective show
Artscape Youngplace is turning into a handmade holiday market from December 2 to 6th. On offer will be gorgeous houseware items, gifts, and jewelry for both men and women. To find out more, visit Artscape Youngplace.
Visions Vintage Market
Calling all vintage lovers! December 4th is the return of the Visions Vintage Market, bringing together top vintage vendors from Toronto and Montreal. Fall in love with a rare gem at the one-day shopping event, while enjoying a live DJ and bar. For more info, head to their Facebook page.
Did we miss any new stores or pop-ups in the GTA? Let us know in the comment section.
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Erinn is a freelance fashion, beauty and lifestyle writer in Toronto. When not hovered over her laptop trying to meet a deadline, you can find her binge watching the latest TV series, exploring the city via bike or catching up on sleep.