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  • 1. Bergstrom Originals

    Leslieville | Clothing

    The wearability and quality of Christina Bergstrom's bold and bright designs is so evident, that the items practically leap off the racks. Slip...

    The wearability and quality of Christina Bergstrom's bold and bright designs is so evident, that the items practically leap off the racks. Slip on an ankle-length dress in multicolored stripes, or an open-weave bright orange tunic, and you'll see what we mean. Graphic and contrasting, fun and occasionally bohemian, Bergstrom outfits cloak many a Torontonian female. There's also a great selection of chunky heels by Fly London and El Naturalista.

    781 Queen St. E, east of Broadview Ave. at Saulter St., Toronto, Ontario, M4M 1H5, Canada
    416-595–7320

    Shop Details

    Rate Includes: Tues.–Wed. 11–7, Thurs.–Fri. 11–8, Sat. 11–7, Sun. noon–6
  • 2. Durumi and Chocolate Shoes

    Clothing

    Delicate, pretty, and totally with-it , the two-boutique combo of Durumi Apparel and Chocolate Shoes makes for a perfect browsing and buying...

    Delicate, pretty, and totally with-it, the two-boutique combo of Durumi Apparel and Chocolate Shoes makes for a perfect browsing and buying environment. Durumi has modern and feminine Korean-inspired styles such as floral hair ties, lacey socks, pocket watches on chains, blousy tops, and capri pants. Chocolate Shoes adds ballet flats and baseball caps to the mix.

    416 Queen St. W, west of Spadina, Ontario, M5V 2A7, Canada
    647-727–2591

    Shop Details

    Rate Includes: Mon.–Sat. 11–8, Sun 11–7
  • 3. Eataly Market

    Yorkville

    Eataly is a sprawling and bustling monument to Italian food and cooking. Over three floors and 50,000 square feet within the Manulife Centre, the hybrid...

    Eataly is a sprawling and bustling monument to Italian food and cooking. Over three floors and 50,000 square feet within the Manulife Centre, the hybrid specialty food store/restaurant market is teeming with fresh Italian and locally sourced products from house-made cheese to fish, meat, bread, pastries, gelato, pasta, prepared meals, and more. There are also Italian wines and house-brewed beer, made in the basement Birroteca by Indie Alehouse (one of seven on-site cafés, bars, and restaurants).

    55 Bloor St. W, Toronto, Ontario, M4W 1A6, Canada
    437-374--0250
  • 4. Gadabout

    Leslieville

    This two-floor antique shop is a rummager's paradise, and a favorite of local set designers looking for period-authentic items. The shelves groan with everything from...

    This two-floor antique shop is a rummager's paradise, and a favorite of local set designers looking for period-authentic items. The shelves groan with everything from '50s salt-and-pepper shakers to Hudson's Bay blankets, and there are racks of vintage clothing (for both women and men) with pieces that date as far back as the 19th century. You can rifle through the scores of carefully labeled apothecary drawers to trawl through opera glasses, costume jewelry, and military patches, or peer into display cases at the vintage lunchboxes and handbags.

    1300 Queen St. E, Toronto, Ontario, M4L 1C4, Canada
    416-463–1254
  • 5. George C

    Yorkville

    If you're put off by the anonymous uniformity of the big designers along Bloor but you have some money to spend and want a touch...

    If you're put off by the anonymous uniformity of the big designers along Bloor but you have some money to spend and want a touch of originality, head to this three-story Victorian refurb for an inspired selection of bold, sophisticated shoes, bags, and clothes for men and women from French, Italian, American, and Australian designers that you won't find anywhere else.

    21 Hazelton Ave., Toronto, Ontario, M5R 2E1, Canada
    416-962–1991

    Shop Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon.
  • 6. Gotstyle

    Distillery District

    This Torontonian start-up has hit the nail on the head, providing stylish men's clothes—Tiger of Sweden, Sand Copenhagen, and John Varvatos—to residents of the city's...

    This Torontonian start-up has hit the nail on the head, providing stylish men's clothes—Tiger of Sweden, Sand Copenhagen, and John Varvatos—to residents of the city's downtown condos. This huge airy branch carries ladies' clothing as well, including brands like Melissa Nepton, Soia & Kyo, and Hilary MacMillan. Head up to the lush purple-carpeted mezzanine level for business and evening wear and a round on the purple pool table.

    21 Trinity St., Toronto, Ontario, M5A 3C4, Canada
    416-260–9696
  • 7. Gravity Pope

    West Queen West | Clothing

    This Canadian chain, frequented by dressers-in-the-know, has an impressive selection that includes Paul Smith, Commme des Garçons, and Reigning...

    This Canadian chain, frequented by dressers-in-the-know, has an impressive selection that includes Paul Smith, Commme des Garçons, and Reigning Champ. A massive selection of more than 2,000 pairs of shoes including See by Chloe, Camper, Hunter, Rag & Bone, and Vans.

    1010 Queen St. W, at Ossington Ave., Toronto, Ontario, M6J 1H6, Canada
    647-748–5155

    Shop Details

    Rate Includes: Mon.–Wed. 11–8, Thurs.–Fri. 10–9, Sat. 10–7, Sun. noon–6
  • 8. Harry Rosen

    Yorkville

    This five-floor department store is dedicated to the finest men's fashions, stocked to the gills with suits, shirts, outerwear, shoes, and accessories from designers such...

    This five-floor department store is dedicated to the finest men's fashions, stocked to the gills with suits, shirts, outerwear, shoes, and accessories from designers such as Tom Ford, Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, and Zegna (each with their own shop-within-a-shop). There's also plenty of preppy classics available for those who favor a more relaxed look.

    82 Bloor St. W, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1L9, Canada
    416-972–0556
  • 9. Holt Renfrew

    Yorkville

    This multilevel national retail specialty store is the style leader in Canada. There are handbags, watches, cosmetics, and fragrances from London, New York, Paris, and...

    This multilevel national retail specialty store is the style leader in Canada. There are handbags, watches, cosmetics, and fragrances from London, New York, Paris, and Rome, plus footwear and clothing from boldface designers (including Fendi, Burberry, and Gucci) as well as items from contemporary designers. Gents can head a few steps west to 100 Bloor Street West to browse Holt's menswear collection at the two-floor Holt Renfrew Men. Concierge service and personal shoppers are available, but just browsing makes for a rich experience.

    50 Bloor St. W, Toronto, Ontario, M4W 1A1, Canada
    416-922–2333
  • 10. Mountain Equipment Co-op

    Entertainment District

    MEC (rhymes with "check"), the much-beloved Toronto spot for anyone remotely interested in camping, sells wares for minor and major expeditions. It's also a go-to...

    MEC (rhymes with "check"), the much-beloved Toronto spot for anyone remotely interested in camping, sells wares for minor and major expeditions. It's also a go-to spot for cycling gear. The vast assortment of backpacks means you can shop here for anything from a schoolbag to something that will accompany you on travels around the world. For C$5, you get lifetime membership to the co-op.

    300 Queen St. W, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2A2, Canada
    416-340–2667
  • 11. Roots

    Yorkville

    The longtime favorite brand for leather jackets, varsity jackets, bags, and basics is crafted from tumbled leather and stamped with the country's national icon, the...

    The longtime favorite brand for leather jackets, varsity jackets, bags, and basics is crafted from tumbled leather and stamped with the country's national icon, the beaver. The homegrown company's impressive flagship store showcases the more modern styling possibilities of their laid-back offerings.

    80 Bloor St. W, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2V1, Canada
    416-323–3289
  • 12. Rotate This

    Ossington

    Music lovers in the know come here for underground and independent music from Canada, the United States, and beyond. Whether you're a hardcore collector who...

    Music lovers in the know come here for underground and independent music from Canada, the United States, and beyond. Whether you're a hardcore collector who wants to flip through the new secondhand record arrivals or just a casual fan with a record player, it's a long-running paradise of vinyl.

    186 Ossington Ave., Toronto, Ontario, M6J 1G1, Canada
    416-504–8447
  • 13. Soma Chocolatemaker

    Distillery District

    You can almost satisfy your sweet tooth just by inhaling the delicate wafts of chocolate, dried fruits, and roasted nuts in this gourmet chocolate shop...

    You can almost satisfy your sweet tooth just by inhaling the delicate wafts of chocolate, dried fruits, and roasted nuts in this gourmet chocolate shop that specializes in fair-trade ingredients. Big sellers include truffles, mango chili and raspberry fruit bars, and gelato. For something different, try the Bicerin, a thick mixture of melted chocolate, espresso, and whipped cream.

    32 Tank House La., Toronto, Ontario, M5A 3C4, Canada
    416-815–7662
  • 14. St. Lawrence Market Complex

    Old Town | Crafts

    Nearly 70 vendors occupy the historic permanent indoor market and sell items such as fish, meats, produce, caviar, and crafts. The building...

    Nearly 70 vendors occupy the historic permanent indoor market and sell items such as fish, meats, produce, caviar, and crafts. The building, on the south side of Front Street, was once Toronto's first city hall. The best time to visit is early on Saturday from 5 am, when there's a farmers' market in the building on the north side. Get there after 9 and it quickly becomes the worst time to visit.

    91 Front St. E, at Jarvis St., Toronto, Ontario, M5E 1C4, Canada
    416-392–7219

    Shop Details

    Rate Includes: Tues.–Thurs. 8–6, Fri. 8–7, Sat. 5–5; farmers\' market Sat. 5–3
  • 15. The Guild Shop

    Yorkville | Crafts

    An essential stop on any visitor's tour around Yorkville, the Guild Shop displays the best in Canadian craft. The shop is run by the Ontario...

    An essential stop on any visitor's tour around Yorkville, the Guild Shop displays the best in Canadian craft. The shop is run by the Ontario Crafts Council and all exhibitors are members of OCC. You'll find stunning examples of blown glass, fine woodwork, textiles, jewelry, and pottery—from earthy stoneware to contemporary ceramics. There's also a gallery of Inuit and native art, including sculpture, beadwork, and prints. When you buy a handcrafted item here, you're supporting a local artist.

    118 Cumberland St., Toronto, Ontario, M5R 1A6, Canada
    416-921–1721

    Shop Details

    Rate Includes: Mon.–Wed. 10–6, Thurs.–Fri. 10–7, Sat. 10–6, Sun. noon–5
  • 16. TIFF Shop

    Entertainment District

    This sleek little gift shop at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, the cinematic HQ of the Toronto International Film Festival, stocks an ever-changing selection of cinematic...

    This sleek little gift shop at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, the cinematic HQ of the Toronto International Film Festival, stocks an ever-changing selection of cinematic paraphernalia linked to TIFF's current programming. The exhaustive inventory of film books includes many difficult-to-find titles, biographies of just about every director you can think of, and studies of even the most obscure film movements. There are also unusual gift items and cute items for children.

    350 King St. W, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 3X5, Canada
    416-934–7959
  • 17. Toronto Antiques on King

    Entertainment District

    The 6,000 square feet of this shop provides ample opportunity for browsing among the cabinets, shelves, and bins overflowing with porcelain, silver tea sets, Majolica...

    The 6,000 square feet of this shop provides ample opportunity for browsing among the cabinets, shelves, and bins overflowing with porcelain, silver tea sets, Majolica pottery, Lalique vases, collectibles, and antique maps. It's also Toronto's leading purveyor of vintage and estate jewelry, making it a popular stop for those seeking out engagement rings.

    284 King St. W, 2nd fl., Toronto, Ontario, M5V 1J2, Canada
    416-260–9057

    Shop Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon.
  • 18. Toronto Eaton Centre

    Dundas Square Area

    The 2 million–square-foot Toronto Eaton Centre shopping mall has been both praised and vilified since it was built in the 1970s, but it remains incredibly...

    The 2 million–square-foot Toronto Eaton Centre shopping mall has been both praised and vilified since it was built in the 1970s, but it remains incredibly popular. From the graceful glass roof, arching 127 feet above the lowest of the mall levels with artist Michael Snow's exquisite flock of fiberglass Canada geese floating poetically in open space down to all the shops, there's plenty to appreciate. There's a huge selection of shops and eateries, but here is a simple guide: the basement level contains the massive Urban Eatery food court. From there, the prices get higher with the altitude, with the top-floor Saks Fifth Avenue being every label-conscious shopper's dream.

    220 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario, M5B 2H1, Canada
    416-598--8560-guest services
  • 19. Type Books

    West Queen West

    The carefully selected fiction and nonfiction at Type Books includes local authors, as well as fun cards and gifts. The art and architecture section has...

    The carefully selected fiction and nonfiction at Type Books includes local authors, as well as fun cards and gifts. The art and architecture section has pride of place at the front of the shop, and the extensive children's area is in a bright spot up a few steps at the back.

    883 Queen St. W, Toronto, Ontario, M6J 1G5, Canada
    416-366–8973
  • 20. 119 Corbò

    Yorkville

    Both legendary and of-the-moment designers—Balenciaga, The Row, Jacquemus, and Stella McCartney, to name a few—are gathered here under one roof, along with some of the...

    Both legendary and of-the-moment designers—Balenciaga, The Row, Jacquemus, and Stella McCartney, to name a few—are gathered here under one roof, along with some of the finest footwear and accessories in town.

    119 Yorkville Ave., Toronto, Ontario, M5R 1C4, Canada
    416-928–0954

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