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Boomer offers the best names (Boss, Ted Baker et al) from finer department stores, and stock is chosen with the Queen Street crowd in mind. Own-brand output...

309 Queen Street W



The giant red cowboy boot has been parked on the sidewalk here since 1986; staff ship to loyal customers worldwide, and the walls are lined with photos...

609 Yonge Street



This airy, spacious Kensington Market shop is an ode to mid-century modern, with affordable teak furnishings, shag rugs, sofas and barware scattered among...

273 Augusta Avenue

Club Monaco


CM was one of the first fashion chains to recognise the elegance of Japanese lines and simple, patternless colour. And its outstanding pricing made it an...

157 Bloor Street W

Courage My Love


Courage came along decades ago and made Kensington Market a centre for vintage chic. It's a family affair, and still the cheapest ticket in town for frumpy...

14 Kensington Avenue

Grreat Stuff


The clothing at Grreat Stuff looks vintage, but the retro feel comes from the choice of designer samples and line ends (by the likes of Kenneth Cole, Mexx,...

870 Queen Street W

Harry Rosen


Some might snub Harry Rosen for being on the conservative side of the spectrum (let's face it, he's been around for 50 years), yet there was a time when he...

82 Bloor Street W

Hazelton Lanes

Restaurants & cafés, Shops

A 1970s eyesore on the outside, a quaint web of courtyards within, Hazelton Lanes was once fashion central for the rich and glamorous, but in recent years...

55 Avenue Road

Honest Ed's

Critics' choice

For a memorable bout of bargain shopping, don't miss Honest Ed's. It is owned by Ed Mirvish, the 90-something proprietor and theatre impresario who brought...

581 Bloor Street W

Kitsch Boutique


This flamboyant neighbourhood shop specialises in 11th-hour cocktail attire - wrap, shoes and faux jewels - by a range of US labels. Glamorous evening gowns...

325 Lonsdale Road

Le Chateau


The Montreal-based trend machine Le Château claimed this as its Toronto flagship years ago. Anything the clothier offers can be had here: men's polyester...

340 Queen Street W



This lifestyle and fitness emporium occupies a sprawling space in the historic Distillery District. From glitter-encrusted cashmere hoodies to faux-retro...

Building 35



Few local designs make it out of the country, but the funkiest find their way to Lilith, an authority on urban frocks and accessories. If basic black is...

541 Queen Street W

Out on the Street


Aimed squarely at gay men, this three-level shop carries casual clothing, plus a broad selection (over 100) of T-shirts with catchy queer slogans.

551 Church Street
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