Shopping in Toronto


The best shopping in Toronto is as varied as its neighborhoods—you can source hard-to-find spices in Kensington market, one-off designs from a local ... Read More

The best shopping in Toronto is as varied as its neighborhoods—you can source hard-to-find spices in Kensington market, one-off designs from a local haberdasher on College Street, as well as luxury goods and hand-made wonders throughout the city. OVO, from famous rapper (and local) Drake sports fashion-forward wearables that are locally made, and another local, John Fluevog, keeps visitors intrigued with his creative shoe designs.

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  • Anice Jewellry

    Your one-stop shop for sparkle and bling, whether you like your jewels cutting edge, vintage, or one-of-a-kind. The pretty shop also does repairs, and... Read More

  • Blackbird Bakery

    The toasty smell of freshly baked breads and buns is the first thing you notice at Kensington Market's Black Bird Bakery. Savor Canadian red fife wheat... Read More

  • BYOB Cocktail Emporium

    This is a "one stop shop for all things cocktail,"including bitters, glasses, shakers, accessories, decanters, coasters, and cocktail recipe books. You... Read More

  • Cheese Boutique

    The European vibe at the beautifully stocked Cheese Boutique near the city's Bloor West Village is no mistake; it's meant to evoke old-world charm.... Read More

  • Delight Organic Fair Trade Chocolate

    Jennifer Rashleigh and Jeff Brown are the owners behind the Delight concept, and both pulled on their respective culinary backgrounds to create gourmet... Read More

  • Fluevog Shoes

    Little did Vancouver, B.C. native John Fluevog realize that when he launched his famous footwear line, the likes of Madonna and Lady Miss Keir from Dee... Read More

  • GotStyle

    GotStyle started as a retail shop to help Toronto's men look sharp. The boutique carries edgy, fashion-forward and classic collections that span... Read More

  • Gravity Pope

    Gravitypope is an independently owned boutique that started in Edmonton, Alberta and recently launched in Toronto. It's known for its snazzy selection... Read More

  • Holt Renfrew

    What began as a humble hat shop has, 177 years later, tuned into one of the best luxury brand department stores in Canada. In 1947, the store hosted... Read More

  • Kensington Market

    This eclectic neighborhood offers visitors a street market vibe where the world's cultures are woven into the ambience. From green grocers and head... Read More

  • Kitten and the Bear

    Artisan jams, jellies, marmalade, and preserves are what the team behind Kitten and the Bear do best. They're made in small batches, by hand, using tons... Read More

  • Kol Kid

    This shop specializes in whimsical toys, clothes, and decor to make any kid's room stand out, with lots of handmade pieces that inspire creativity. If... Read More

  • Leaves of Trees

    Completely gunk-free, handmade, and well-developed skin and body care that's ethically sourced is available at this east end jewel of a shop. There's no... Read More

  • LuluLemon

    Founded in 1998 by Chip Wilson, Lululemon Athletica is a yoga-inspired athletic apparel company for men and women. The brand has taken off with stores... Read More

  • Mjolk

    High-end Scandinavian and Japanese designer furniture, homeware, kitchen gadgets, and artisanal crafts abound in this well edited, sleek store. It has... Read More

  • Muji

    Clean, contemporary design with a subdued Japanese influence embodies the design aesthetic at the new-to-Canada Muji concept stores. From kitchenware... Read More

  • OVO

    OVO, which stands for October's Very Own, is the concept store from Drake, the local rapper and musician who has since gone global. The interior is... Read More

  • Park and Province

    Nattily dressed gents head to Park & Province for their dose of effortless cool. They carry the goods that bring them in, like Levis and New Balance... Read More

  • Secrets from your Sister

    If you're picky about your undergarments, this store has what you're looking for. The helpful staff can fit you to the perfect bra, garter or the like,... Read More

  • St. Lawrence Market

    The historic St. Lawrnece Market has repeatedly been called one of the world's best markets. On the east end of the city, you'll find over 100 vendors... Read More

  • Tap Phong

    Right next to Kensington Market in Chinatown sits the cavernous Tap Phong; it's where chefs and home cooks alike go to search for their next favorite... Read More

  • Tom's Place

    The Kensington Market stalwart Tom's Place is known for selling quality men's suits and clothing. They also have a section for women's wear, popular for... Read More

  • Toronto Designers Market

    Close to 40 local designers, artists, and entrepreneurs are represented in this airy space next to an antique shop in Parkdale. You'll find beard combs,... Read More

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