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The Find: Crazy cool sexy boots for holiday parties and winter weather

Winter boots from Dries Van Noten, Rudsak, Sorel, Tanya Heath, and Tommy Hilfiger that are fun, exciting, and anything but bland.

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Etsy pop-up shop on College features Toronto-made holiday gifts

This weekend on College Street, Etsy will be running a pop-up shop featuring the original creations from some of their Toronto-based vendors.

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Retail Therapy: Dundas West's Bodega Thirteen

Bodega Thirteen on Dundas West is owned by James and Elizabeth Arlow and sells contemporary clothing and accessories.

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The Find: Winter Workout

This week's edition of The Find will get you ready to stay in shape when it's chilly out with plenty of winter workout gear.

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Three Fresh Fashion Takes: Daily News Project from Guillaume and Alex Viau

Continuing today, we look at three fresh new faces in the local fashion scene. This week, Daily News Project by Guillaume and Alex Viau

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Retail Therapy: A classy-but-edgy look for European-style menswear at Strellson

After firmly establishing the Strellson brand on the corner of Bloor Street and Avenue Road, the Swiss brand has spread its wings and opened its second location in Bayview Village.

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The Find: Last call for the softness of ponyhair, before the return of winter

With the impending snow due to descend upon us, now is likely our last chance to sport delicate fabrics like ponyhair.

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Three Fresh Fashion Takes: Markoo, by Tania Martins and Mona Koochek, brings a sophisticated local aesthetic

Continuing today, we look at three fresh new faces in the local fashion scene. This week, meet Markoo.

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Wanted: The L. Botanist, a bowling-influenced highlight of Opelle’s collection

It’s hard to pinpoint exactly when bowling bags made the transition from strictly functional to fashionable, though the shift is hardly surprising.

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Retail Therapy: Handmade items and a local, artisanal flair at Good Neighbour

The east end’s new addition is uniquely situated within a two-storey house and offers one-of-a-kind, handmade, locally produced items while throwing a few Herschel bags, Mackage jackets and Nudie jeans into the mix.

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