Annie Aime has found a name for itself in the big city with its unique clothing with a European twist. Located on 42 Ossington Avenue in Toronto, its surrounded by some of the city's trendiest shops and restaurants.
The owner, Annie Mesenge, first opened the doors of Annie Aime back in 2013.
She previously owned the shop French Accents in Toronto, so its safe to say she knows her way around a high-end boutique.
Annie Aime sells posh clothing for both women and men. This includes clothing, bags, and accessories such as sunglasses, scarves and jewelry. It also sells accessories and other fun items for children such as pillows, sunglasses and occasionally clothing.
All items At this Ossington Avenue Boutique are meant to be out of the ordinary and different from the norm.
Mesenge makes sure to bring in only the best of the best into her boutique.
The items at Annie Aime are all made with the promise of high quality materials that allow for longevity in the clothing.
They are also always ethically produced with companies paying fair wages and providing safe working conditions.
Some notable designers Mesenge seeks pieces from are Acrylic, Animapop, Crea Concept, Herno, Jack Gomme, Malfroy, Saint James, Susanne Bommer, and much more.
Along with being the owner of this Toronto boutique, Annie Mesenge has 30+ years of experience in wardrobe consulting.
She offers her expertise to help customers learn how to dress with the confidence they need to hit the town, get that dream job, or just be comfortable in their own skin. She does this with items that are already in their closets so nobody has to break the bank to learn how to look their best.
Mesenge was featured in the Toronto Life Magazine as a “Style Saviour.”
If this doesn’t give you the urge to try out her service, she also allows for free consultations.
The feel of Annie Aime Ossington is very fun and creative with colourful artwork painted on the walls, with the French influence quite prevalent. The decorations in the store are unique and minimal, which balances out the quirky walls and the bright clothing.