A Vintage Market Featuring Gucci, Ralph Lauren & More Is Opening In Toronto

Toronto’s only vintage streetwear flea market The Dead Stock Depot is returning to Toronto and bringing together top vintage vendors from North America.

If you’re into sustainable fashion, love vintage and consider yourself a conscious shopper, we’ve got great news for you!

Toronto’s only vintage streetwear flea market The Dead Stock Depot is returning to Toronto.

They’ll be bringing together top vintage vendors from North America, with product including names like Gucci, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Champion, Kappa and many more.

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“The Dead Stock Depot offers customers a tangible opportunity to shop North America’s largest collection of rare vintage and modern streetwear garments, while also interacting face to face with some of their favourite brand representatives, and getting involved with the local streetwear community,” states the website.

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The Dead Stock Depot will present Canada’s largest curated selection of unique pieces from the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s. There’s going to be more than 30 local and international vendors. All items are carefully hand-picked and will be ideal for those who enjoy street and sportswear aesthetic.

The market is located at 301 Adelaide St. West and will take place on Saturday, February 2, 2019.

Each vendor will be independently running their own booths and prices will vary from booth to booth. Doors will open at 1 p.m. and organizers suggest that you arrive early to avoid getting stuck in lineups. Note that there will be $10 door fee (no ticket purchase required).

The Dead Stock Depot is a one-day event, so don’t miss out! Check out their website for more details.

Featured image: Grand Street Local

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