Toronto Style Radar: Oliver Spencer, Poor Little Rich Girl, Community 54 and more


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Every week, we round up the best events from the city’s fashion scene. In this edition: Oliver Spencer celebrates its two-year anniversary, the One of A Kind Christmas Show hits town, Black Friday heads north and more.

 

Oliver Spencer Two-year Anniversary Party

Where: Oliver Spencer, 962 Queen St. W.
When: Nov. 20, 7-10 p.m.
Details: Celebrate Oliver Spencer's two-year anniversary with the stylish man himself as you rub elbows with other clotheshorses while sipping on cocktails, nibbling on hors d'oeuvres and perusing the new spring 2013 collection.


Frocktails After Dark

Where: Poor Little Rich Girl, 2094 Yonge St.
When: Nov. 22, 5-9 p.m.
Details: Kick off the holiday season with cocktails and tunes by DJ Ludo. Enjoy 30 per cent off all holiday attire, from snuggly sweaters to sparkly frocks. Every purchase gets you entered to win a pair of Mavi jeans and a beauty basket from Shoppers Drug Mart.


One of a Kind Christmas Show

Where: Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place
When: Nov. 22 - Dec. 2.
Details: If you’re in need of that perfectly unique Christmas gift, this is the show to attend. With everything from handcrafted jewellery to fashion accessories to original clothing, you’ll no doubt leave with something one-of-a-kind — and a ton of bragging rights. 


Legin Knits Pop-Up Shop Event

Where: Community 54, 1275 Queen St. W.
When: Nov. 23, 6-9 p.m.
Details: It’s officially sweater season, and this unique Canadian-made knitwear brand is holding a pop-up event this Friday, complete with a live crochet demonstration.


Black Friday Shopping

Where: Toronto Eaton Centre
When: Nov. 23, 6 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Details: The early bird gets the steal when Black Friday, the top U.S. shopping event of the year, heads up north. In addition to a ton of promotions, the first 100 shoppers to arrive at guest services will receive a $10 Cadillac Fairview gift card.

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