Yorkdale Shopping Centre is rolling out a fashion truck tomorrow. In preparation of its big expansion extravaganza this Friday, the fashion mobile will be stocked with a wide range of clothing and other fashionable items from the new stores.">

Yorkdale launches a fashion truck


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If the city’s food truck craze wasn’t enough to fill our instant consumption cravings, now Yorkdale Shopping Centre is rolling out a fashion truck tomorrow. In preparation of its big expansion extravaganza this Friday, the fashion mobile will be stocked with a wide range of clothing and other fashionable items from the new stores. 

The fashion truck will feature a variety of high-end labels, including first-time-in-Canada brands like kate spade new york, Ted Baker London and LOFT. Other swanky brands like Ann Taylor, Club Monaco, Diesel and more will also be on hand in the stylish four-wheeler.

The truck —which itself is a fashion haven with jewel tones and playful designs — will be parked at the Royal Bank Plaza at 11 a.m., and all shoppers who make a purchase will receive a $10 Royal Bank Plaza gift card that can be used at any of the Royal Bank Plaza’s 21 stores.

Talk about some haute wheels.

@YorkdaleStyle Fashion Truck kick-off, Royal Bank Plaza, 200 Bay St. Nov. 14, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

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