Ted Baker's spring/summer collection incorporates many of season's top trends including blues and whites and floral patterns—both subtle and bold. Tying everything together is Baker's signature whimsy, practicality and attention to detail.
Every week there are new reports of foreign clothing and beauty retailers expanding onto Canadian soils. Living in Toronto means that we usually get the first look at all the new foreign wares. Here’s who’s coming to Toronto next.
One of a Kind spring show returns March 25-29 at the Direct Energy Centre.
Grab your popcorn and your cheque book Torontonians, because you can now buy your own piece of movie magic at the FXSMITH Studio Auction.
Top-of-the-line condominiums situated near some of Toronto’s major intersections provide luxury, style and convenience.
This unique vintage fashion and accessories shop is located in the lobby of the Windsor Arms Hotel in Toronto. Most of the products have been brought over from Samantha Michelle’s favourite vintage hideaways in London, U.K.
The Property Brothers share their tips to help you decide if you should upgrade your current home or move to a new one.
German brand GERRY WEBER has just announced its plans for its first foray into the North American market. This year alone eight stores will be opening in Ontario.
Owners Chris Koyionis and Colette Todoroff are long-time friends who have always shared a passion for vintage clothing. After going at it alone with two pop-up shops, Todoroff decided to pair with Koyionis for 96 Tears' permanent brick and mortar store in Parkdale.
Jerome's is moving, Clementine's has opened in Summerhill, Room 29 moved to Eglinton and Avenue Rd. and more retail news.