Fashion in Toronto is a buzzing space. From fashion week, to homegrown local designers, Toronto’s fashion scene is continuously growing and evolving.
With our headquarters and roots based in Toronto, this list holds a special place in our hearts.
While all of the following stores and boutiques have a strong emphasis on quality apparel, many are also independently owned and support Canadian designers.
Whether you’re visiting Toronto for the first time or just in need of a style re-fresh, you might just find your newest favourite store or shopping district on this list.
Park and Province - 927 Queen St. West
Elevate your everyday wardrobe and lifestyle with Park and Province's focus on casual contemporary pieces. The store boasts a unique curation of menswear sourced from 35-50+ global brands. Known for their high-quality merchandise and friendly service, don’t miss out on this Toronto gem!
Sydney’s - 682 Queen Street West
From bespoke suits, denim to loungewear, Sydney’s is all about thoughtful design, innovative construction, and elegant fabrics.
Shopping for a special event or wedding? Sydney’s is a one stop shop for the modern groom, offering both ready to wear and bespoke suits. All bespoke suits are made in Canada using the finest Italian fabrics.
Uncle Otis - 329 Spadina Ave.
Known as the ‘purveyors of personal style’ Uncle Otis offers a unique selection of contemporary menswear and international street style. The coolest pieces live at Uncle Otis.
Gerhard - 2949 Dundas St. West
Gerhard only stocks made in Canada apparel and lifestyle products.
As their website puts it: “Canada produces some of the best clothing in the world, in terms of quality, design and value.” we couldn't agree more.
Harry Rosen - 82 Bloor St. West (+ 6 other locations in the GTA)
No longer a brick and mortar shop, Harry Rosen has risen to the top of the Canadian menswear industry.
With decades of accumulated product knowledge and style expertise, Harry Rosen is here to help men feel good and do good in their personal and professional lives.
P.S: Harry Rosen stocks our signature weekenders and travel accessories!
Meg - 849 Queen St. West
Meg’s tagline: “For Women, by Women” describes their passionate and holistic approach to women’s apparel and design. Locally made and women run, stop by Meg for high quality pieces that will fit into your everyday life.
Durumi - 630A Queen St. West
Durumi brings the latest trends and apparel from Seoul, Korea. Buyers only bring over small batches of each style, making each piece unique to the Western market.
Looking for the perfect balance between trendy and unique? Check out Durumi.
Unika - 260 Carlaw Ave. UNIT 210
Whether you're headed on a tropical getaway, the spa, or the local pool bar, Unika offers ready to wear and/or custom swimwear that will make you feel like your best self. From neutral palettes to bold patterns, eco conscious materials, and inclusive sizing, Unika has a swimsuit for every body.
Coal Miner’s Daughter - 744 Queen St. West (+5 other locations in Toronto)
Coal Miner’s Daughter specializes in Canadian designs, jewelry, skincare, homeware and apparel. Their goal is to have no less than 80% of Canadian designers and brands in their store.
Best Unisex Shops
Gotstyle - 21 Trinity St.
An award-wining boutique, Gotstyle is a one-stop-shop for any occasion. Carrying over 30 international and local brands, Gotstyle offers a wide and well-curated selection of edgy, sophisticated clothing for all your casual, social and business needs.
P.S: Gotstyle stocks our signature weekender bags!
KOTN - 754 Queen St W
Kotn is all about timeless minimalist and high quality designs that honor the people who craft them. As a certified B Corporation voted best in the World™, with the fourth-highest B Impact score of apparel brands in North America, Kotn is doing much more than selling clothes. Working hand in hand with their manufacturers and suppliers in Egypt, Kotn aims to enrich the local Egyptian communities through building schools, and creating stable and ethical jobs.
VSP Consignment - 1410 Dundas St West
Vintage lover? High end luxury goods collector? Allow VSP Consignment to indulge you. In re-selling gently used luxury good, both new-age and vintage, VSP is promoting the importance of up-cycling and sustainability through clothing and accessories.
Best Shopping Districts
While Toronto boasts a variety of malls such as Eaton Center and Yorkdale, we’re strong believers that shopping locally in different neighbourhoods will give you a better feeling of any city you’re visiting!
Toronto has a variety of culturally diverse and hip areas that boast numerous interesting shops and restaurants. Check out this list below for must visit shopping areas.
This area is great for high end luxury shoppers. Also known as the “Mink Road”, Yorkville Ave and the surrounding area houses a variety of high fashion houses, luxury boutiques selling cashmere, fur, etc, larger commercial stores, as well as some of the city's best restaurants.
Find your inner hippie at Kensington Market, Toronto’s home for vintage shops, handcrafted jewelry, fresh fruit/veggie stands, local eats and unique gifts.
Queen St West
You might have noticed many of our favourite shops happen to be on Queen St. West, this isn't coincidental! The area is filled with hip local stores as well as restaurants. After a long day of shopping and touring the city, relax in Trinity Bellwoods Park, the heart of the bustling neighbourhood.
A new and younger “shopping” district to the city, the Ossington strip (Dundas St. West to Queen St. West) features a variety of local boutiques and trendy restaurants.
With Toronto being our home, we hope you enjoy this list, put it to good use, and shop the city just like a local would.