With the passing seasons, our wardrobes need updating to keep up with the new weather – not to mention the latest trends to hit the runways. And while you’re at it, why not spruce up your home décor before the season of holiday parties is upon us? Torontonians won’t have to look far, as the city’s newest boutiques offer large selections of fall clothing and all of your seasonal essentials…
Spectacle Loves You, 18 Rack House Mews
For the bespectacled among us, nothing updates your look like a new pair of frames. Spectacle Loves You’s newest location in the Distillery District carries a wide selection of luxury brands
Logan & Finley, 639 Queen Street West
Logan & Finley’s owner, Julie Skirving, promises customers products that are “local, natural, or built to last a lifetime.” With clothing, accessories, skincare products, and housewares, this new “urban general store” in Toronto’s west end is a zen, one-stop-shop for all of your autumn comforts.
Popup 120, 120 Ossington Street
Just like the seasons, this new addition to the Ossignton strip is constantly changing. Owned by wholesale distribution company Agency One, Popup 120 receives a complete transformation each quarter to complement a different international brand. Right now, customers can look forward to the understated silhouettes and classic details of Danish brand Ganni.
Toronto Premium Outlets, 13850 Steeles Avenue West
With 85 outlet stores under one roof, including brands like Cole Haan and J. Crew, and savings of 25 to 65%, Toronto Premium Outlets is the perfect destination for shoppers with champagne tastes on a beer budget.
MenEssentials on the Danforth, 412 Danforth Street
With the change in seasons comes a change in our skincare needs. For the discerning gentleman, the new MenEssentials “mancave” store stocks premium shaving, grooming, skin care, and lifestyle products. And while you’re there, why not pick out a new signature scent to complement your fall wardrobe?
Cry Wolf Clothing, 91 Ossington Avenue
Known for their unique brand of handmade, wearable art, Cry Wolf Clothing recently open their first boutique. Their west-end store is packed with clothing for both men and women, as well as an assortment of zany collectibles.
Likely General, 389 Roncesvalles Avenue
Part gallery space and part boutique, the selection at Likely General is constantly changing as its owners discover new products from up-and-coming artists and craftspeople.
Mulberry, 131 Bloor Street West
Just this past month, British luxury brand Mulberry opened their first standalone store in Canada. Shoppers at the new store can look forward to an exquisite selection of men’s and women’s accessories and women’s ready-to-wear, including iconic bags by Bayswater, Alexa, Del Rey and Willow.
Black Flower Vintage, 2 Lakeview Avenue
Catering to “discerning gentlemen and hoodlums alike,” Black Flower Vintage has filled a hole in the Toronto vintage market by offering a curated selection of clothing and jewelry specifically for men.