Retail Therapy: Homegrown styles with a Paris flair at Madame Moje


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The colourful yet luxurious vibe at Madame Moje

The clothes at Parisian-inspired Madame Moje are an elegant mix of knits, form-fitting dresses and jackets of various textures. Though the prices vary — from a $100 bolero to a $680 bouclé and suede trench coat — the tags reflect the quality and craftsmanship behind the goods.

Everything designed by Madame Moje is created and manufactured in Canada, including the accessory brands Madame Moje brings in. Stunning, colourful, leather footwear from Red Lovo ($280 to $320) are showpieces on their own with their leather straps and eclectic designs, while luxurious bags from Jessica Jensen ($148 for a wallet to $398 for a shoulder bag) and elegant jewellery from Fiore have enough pizzazz to punch up a casual outfit.

Madame Moje, Shops at Don Mills, 23 Karl Fraser Rd.

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