Since the ’70s, Canadian shoe designer John Fluevog has earned renown for his innovative footwear for men and women. Fluevog’s first Toronto store opened on Queen West in 1989, and earlier this month a second Toronto location opened in the Distillery District.
There are only a few stores in Toronto that are decidedly Canadian in spirit, but Francesco Fiore and Pamela Hopson are hoping to generate enthusiasm towards our home and native land with their new Parkdale store, North Standard Trading Post.
Earlier this month, Rosedale’s Drake General Store relocated to Yonge and Eglinton. The reason for the move? Simple: the new location offers more retail space than either of the other two stores.
While there are a few bespoke shoe shops around Toronto, Leatherfoot — Yorkville’s latest custom men’s footwear operation — is hoping to become the sole name in the high-end shoe conversation.
Put a spring in your step with Jeanne Beker’s selection of colourful flats for running around town in style.
Last night, the 416’s most fashionable folks were found at The Carlu in a celebratory mood. The reason? The Toronto Fashion Incubator’s New Labels Fashion Design Competition, which trumpets emerging Canadian designers and presents them with $25,000, a Flare editorial feature and a capsule collaboration to be sold at Target.
The city’s one-stop shop for babies — Mini Mioche — has had great success at its Queen West location, and two years after opening there, the business has opened a new flagship store in the Distillery District.
Combat April showers with Jeanne Beker’s picks for the city’s sleekest trench coats.
With the arrival of several new restaurants and stores in the past year, the Ossington strip continues to set the standard for all that’s hip. The latest addition is Annie Aime (which is French for “Annie likes”), a European-inspired boutique that encompasses menswear, womenswear and its owner’s passion for good design.
Sure, Crown Flora Studio is a floral store, but calling it that might be selling the place short. Owners and partners Adam Mallory and Davis Khounnoraj have set up something wholly unique in their 450-square-foot space in Parkdale.