Toronto Shopping Guide: New Stores and Pop-Ups in the GTA
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:
Meet the Dyson Robot at Toronto Pop-Up
From July 22nd to 24th, Dyson is in town with the newly launched 360 Eye Robot vacuum cleaner. Drop by their pop-up shop, located in the heart of downtown Toronto, to get a first-look at their new technologies, an art gallery featuring one-of-a-kind images by Toronto photographers bora.vs.bora, Vision Elie, and Jayscale, and enter to win your very own robot by snapping a pic in their photo booth. 363 King St. West.
Deciem Lands in Toronto
Dubbed the abnormal beauty company with the abnormal staff, Deciem opened the doors to their Queen West location at the beginning of July. Upon entering, expect to be met with the intoxicating aroma of the brand’s numerous lotions and potions available to test out. Whether you’re looking to simplify your beauty regime with a 2-in-1 cleansing conditioner or really amp it up with a multi-molecular hyaluronic complex (yes, that’s a real thing), Deciem is your new go to one stop beauty shop. And with another store slotted to open in Toronto later this year, expect to see a lot more of beauty brand. 881 Queen St. West.
Inside Deciem (Image: Jerome Clark)
Crown Flora finds Second Home on Queen West
Succulent enthusiasts rejoice! Crown Flora has opened its second Queen street location. Boasting brass hardware and minimalist decor, the greenery really is the main show. Whether your kitchen countertop is in need of a custom designed terrarium or a vibrant bouquet of the season’s freshest picks, the uber trendy staff are there to help! Oh and don’t forget to pick up a cold pressed juice from the Greenhouse Juice co satellite cooler on your way out! 740 Queen St. West.
Shinola Opens First Canadian Store in Toronto
Shinola officially opened its first free-standing Canadian store at the corner of Queen and Ossington earlier this month, making this their 16th brick-and-mortar retail location worldwide. Take a tour of the store here. 1000 Queen St. West.
Inside Shinola (Image: Scott Norsworthy)
Links of London is now open at the Eaton Centre
Jewelry fanatics, rejoice! The UK-based brand recently opened up shop in the CF Toronto Eaton Centre. Stationed on the third floor between Michael Kors and Club Monaco, the newly opened shop stands at 860 square feet and features the iconic collections and unique designs that shoppers have grown to love. 220 Yonge St.
Tusk Finds a Permanent Home
Founded in 2012 as a pop up within Silver Falls Vintage on Ossington Avenue, Tusk now has their own free-standing store! Shoppers can expect to find everything from bags and jewellery to denim and comfy basics. Owner Nicole Freedman incorporates both local Toronto brands like leather goods designer Aunt Rae as well as international hard-to-find labels such as UK’s Native Youth, Vancouver jewellery designer Wolf Circus and LA’s Achro Brand. Plus, you don’t forget to check out their awesome selection of $25 sunnies! 888 Queen Street West.