If you wear glasses and live in Toronto, you're quickly becoming spoiled for choice when it comes to buzzy new eyewear destinations in the city. The latest spectacle store to open its doors is SEE. The first Canadian outpost of this eyewear chain puts the focus on exclusivity. The brand produces a limited amount of each style (sometimes as few as two of a certain colour) per store, so the chances of getting caught in the same pair of high-shine silver wayfarers with ombre lenses is slim.
153 Cumberland St, Toronto
The haute outerwear brand has opened its third outpost in Canada. The new Bloor street boutique is expansive, and features four distinct salons, each dedicated to a different assortment, from the performance-focused Grenoble collection, to shoes and womenswear. Paris-based husband and wife interior designers (and longtime Moncler collaborators) Gilles & Boissier created the store concept, which features three hammered brass walls made exclusively for the new space.
Toronto's Bloor Street Prada boutique has reopened with a newly reimagined store concept and decor. The two-story space houses womenswear, menswear and accessories. The carpeted floor has been replaced with chic black and white marble checkerboard and the green velvet couches by the legacy Italian furniture brand Osvaldo Borsani were made especially for the space.
131 Bloor Street West, Toronto