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Gerhard Supply has a masculine vibe to it with its minimalistic decor and natural wood accents. The brainchild of Langton Willms, this men's boutique is focused on creating a personal style. Their collection is not dictated by the general fashion rules though it highlights Torontonian brands. You will find shirts, bow ties, pants and sweaters as well as grooming supplies.
Social Butterfly is aptly named as it is for women who love to go out and have an amazing time. Established in 2008, you will find a range of clothing and accessories that are beautifully designed to make you look even more gorgeous. Browse through their stylish collection of denims, dresses, skirts, tops, jackets, shoes, scarves, bags and belts at your leisure. You will surely be tempted to buy an item or two.
Fresh Collective is a famous store, which is a house of fashionable knitwear. What you find here is everyday wear but you won't find these innovative designs anywhere else. With every changing season, this store showcases a brand new collection full of distinct styles and colors. Most of the designs on display are the effort of local designers, who usually have a difficult time finding a right platform. See the website to know more.
Louis Vuitton has has been critically acclaimed as the most valuable brand on this planet in the category of luxury fashion. Few can afford the merchandise of this premier French fashion house but there is nothing to parallel the satisfaction of owning a monogrammed Louis Vuitton luggage or jewelry. This Toronto corner store is situated in a pristine white building with glass windows displaying the expensive merchandise inside. Shop for coin purses and compact wallets in premium leather dyed in rare hues, deluxe inks, pens and crystal inkwells, and diamond charms, lockets and bracelets. Though, historically, Louis Vuitton was synonymous with trend-setting trunks and travel gear, today, its prêt-à-porter apparel for women and men is just as popular, creating waves on the international fashion scene. So if you're in a mood to splurge in thousands, make a purchase from this boutique and join ranks with international royalty and celebrities.
ShopAGO is the museum shop of the famous Art Gallery of Ontario. It stocks curated artwork, archival prints, unique art, craft and design products, luxury gift items and jewelry. Albeit expensive, its merchandise is rich in visual appeal and culture, making it worth a visit for both, the casual shopper and the serious art collector. The products include prints of popular Canadian Impressionist and landscape paintings, puzzles crafted by both Canadian and international designers, stationery, headphones, iPhone covers, umbrellas, caps and water bottles. Fashionistas will find chic crocheted bags and totes, cufflinks, watches and earrings. One can even shop for kitchen and gardening equipment such as watering cans, decanters, garlic crushers, bowl sets and jewel jars. Whet your appetite for the art world with a range of books on art history, fashion design and architecture among others topics.
The Hudson's Bay Queen Street is a collection of buildings built between 1896 and 1969. The Romanesque Revival building is now a shopping complex and consists of a number of retail, electronic and other stores as well as a food court. Popular brands at the center include Burberry, Foodwares, Olsen, Hugo Boss and Pandora among many others. All the stores have attractive displays, be sure that you will not go back with your hands or stomach empty.