More Change in Yorkville, Part One Million – UPDATE: Kate Spade is Coming!

The constantly evolving Yorkville area of Toronto is making changes once again.  Since our piece last month, not only has hoarding gone up for the new Tiffany & Co. store (moving next to Louis Vuitton later this year), but it’s been confirmed that Stuart Weitzman will be moving into the Ports 1961 store, which has […]

Real Lux Enters the Gap: Company Purchasing Intermix

This has been buzzing for weeks, but according to a NASDAQ.com article released yesterday, Gap has purchased Intermix for $130 million US.  Intermix, which has one location in Canada (Toronto’s Bloor Street, just east of Avenue Road), sells higher end clothing by brands such as Herve Leger, Joie, Mulberry and Diane von Furstenberg.  Different Intermix […]

Shop ‘Til You Drop Hits Toronto

Last night, LouLou Magazine’s annual event, Shop ‘Til You Drop hit the Toronto streets.  Participating stores included Banana Republic, Holt Renfrew, BCBG and the Gap.  Ann Taylor, which opened its first Canadian store at the Eaton Centre last week, featured a “style squad,” who wandered around  Bloor Street handing out postcards inviting participants to the […]

Be Your Own T Launch – Gap Bloor-Yorkville

Be Your Own T, featuring t-shirts designed by various designers all over the world, launched at the Gap store on Bay and Bloor Tuesday night.  Hosted by She Does the City and featuring some of Toronto’s most prominent bloggers such as Nelia from Styleblog.ca and Lauren Out Loud, attendees were treated to a braiding bar, […]

Old Navy Launches Sub-brand, Studio Spotlight

While many mall brands are collaborating with major designers to create capsule collections, Old Navy has decided to look within.  They will be launching their first Studio Spotlight capsule collection later this month.  Studio Spotlight features creations by the brand’s design team, with each highlighting the designer’s personality.  The first, launching later this month, is […]





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