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:
Yorkdale welcomes Maje
In other Yorkdale Shopping Centre news, Parisian brand Maje has officially opened their first Canadian location. This premium womenswear brand specializes in sophisticated and unique clothing and accessories. Preview the collection and for more information visit Maje.
Until December 27th, KOTN has set up shop at Queen and Ossington. The brand is known for their premium quality basics made from Egyptian cotton that doesn’t shrink, survives multiple washes and always looks and feels great. Check their website for hours to shop the collection in person or learn more about them here.
Corktown Soap pops up around the city
Love handmade, cruelty-free, vegan soap? This Toronto-based soap company is hosting shopping events around the city in November and December, with stops in Leslieville, Shops at Don Mills, downtown and more. Check out their events page for a detailed list of locations.
AGO Mystical Landscapes pop up
To coincide with their latest exhibit, Mystical Landscapes: Masterpieces from Monet, van Gogh and more, the AGO has opened a pop-up shop to highlight some of the works. Stationery, prints, books and gifts will be available for purchase at the shop located in the exhibition and online here until January 29th.
Visit the Uptown Pop-up
Until the end of the month, visit the Uptown pop-up located just north of Eglinton on Yonge St. for some early holiday shopping. On the menu? An assortment of home decor, jewelry, and vintage finds from an array of local brands. For more info and hours, click here.
Sandro Paris opens first Canadian location
Luxury fashion retailer, Sandro, has officially opened their first Canadian freestanding store. The store is located in Yorkdale’s new expansion wing and features high-end clothing and accessories both for men and women. Take a virtual tour of the store here.