Stores to visit when you are in Toronto

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In contrast to the stores we named in our list of shops in Tokyo, the stores in Toronto are a little bit different, stemming from a different culture. When it comes to streetwear, Toronto is a city with a more classic, timeless and minimalistic look. We can also see this in the way the stores are designed and in the labels they carry. Nonetheless, Toronto has some great stores to visit when you are into fashion. We selected 5 of the best places to shop when you are in Toronto. 

Nomad

Nomad is a veteran when it comes to menswear stores in Toronto. The store has been open since 2010 and carries brands like Comme des Garçons, Fear of God, Stone Island and Raf Simons. Nomad is a multi-faceted boutique, next to clothing they also sell lifestyle good like fragrances and shaving accessories.

819 Queen Street West

OVO (October’s Very Own)

Drake’s fourth flagship store for his brand October’s Very Own opened last August in Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Toronto. The store offers luxury apparel, capsule collections and exclusive drops from OVO.

Yorkdale Shopping Centre
3401 Dufferin Street

Uncle Otis

Uncle Otis has been in the menswear game since 1991, bringing timeless, high-end menswear to Toronto’s fashion scene. Uncle Otis has grown into the favorite place for the stylish man in Toronto and around the world.

26 Bellair St.

Stüssy

This store is a collaboration between Los Angeles based brand Stüssy and Sam James Coffee and is located in the heart of Chinatown. The front of the store serves as a coffee bar, the showroom is located in the back and was designed by Willo Perron, who also worked for Kendrick Lamar and Rihanna.

241 Spadina Ave #100A

Neighbour

The Neighbour store is a must-visit for every menswear enthusiast. The shop carries hard to find brands like Gosha Rubchinskiy and Comme des Garçons Shirt. This location is the second location for the brand, with its first store being located in Vancouver.

126A Davenport Road

In contrast to the stores we named in our list of shops in Tokyo, the stores in Toronto are a little bit different, stemming from a different culture. When it comes to streetwear, Toronto is a city with a more classic, timeless and minimalistic look. We can also see this in the way the stores are designed and in the labels they carry. Nonetheless, Toronto has some great stores to visit when you are into fashion. We selected 5 of the best places to shop when you are in Toronto. 

Nomad

Nomad is a veteran when it comes to menswear stores in Toronto. The store has been open since 2010 and carries brands like Comme des Garçons, Fear of God, Stone Island and Raf Simons. Nomad is a multi-faceted boutique, next to clothing they also sell lifestyle good like fragrances and shaving accessories.

819 Queen Street West

OVO (October’s Very Own)

Drake’s fourth flagship store for his brand October’s Very Own opened last August in Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Toronto. The store offers luxury apparel, capsule collections and exclusive drops from OVO.

Yorkdale Shopping Centre
3401 Dufferin Street

Uncle Otis

Uncle Otis has been in the menswear game since 1991, bringing timeless, high-end menswear to Toronto’s fashion scene. Uncle Otis has grown into the favorite place for the stylish man in Toronto and around the world.

26 Bellair St.

Stüssy

This store is a collaboration between Los Angeles based brand Stüssy and Sam James Coffee and is located in the heart of Chinatown. The front of the store serves as a coffee bar, the showroom is located in the back and was designed by Willo Perron, who also worked for Kendrick Lamar and Rihanna.

241 Spadina Ave #100A

Neighbour

The Neighbour store is a must-visit for every menswear enthusiast. The shop carries hard to find brands like Gosha Rubchinskiy and Comme des Garçons Shirt. This location is the second location for the brand, with its first store being located in Vancouver.

126A Davenport Road

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