The Best Pop-Ups to Shop This Fall in Toronto

Sep 27 2019 by
Categories : Shopping

These curated marketplaces offer the best in local and ethically-made pieces.

Simons Fabrique 1840

 

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The Quebec retailer is bringing its Fabrique 1840 pop-up to Toronto for the first-time ever this season. Over 100 artisans from across the country will have their products featured in categories like fashion accessories, beauty and wellness, home decor, kids, and food and drinks. Find everything from nature-inspired glass vases and straws from Warren, Manitoba-based glassblower Brook Drabot to laser-cut wood art from Edmonton company Printable Minds.

September 26-27 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
September 28 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
September 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
950 Queen Street West, Toronto

INLAND

 

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This annual weekend pop-up returns again with a curated mix of over 70 apparel and accessories designers, all of which are ethically-made or manufactured in Canada. You can meet and shop directly from the brands, which include Montreal-based sustainable shoe maker Maguire and Toronto designer Hilary MacMillan. This season, the pop-up is expanding to include a selection of Canadian clean beauty companies like da lish cosmetics, Evio Beauty and MFMG Cosmetics (Makeup for Melanin Girls). Student designers from Seneca College and OCAD University will also have the chance to showcase their work.

September 27 from 3-9 p.m.
September 28 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
134 Peter Street, Toronto

Etsy: Made in Canada

 

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The sixth annual Etsy: Made in Canada is back with pop-ups happening across the country spotlighting local artisans. With over 130 artists and makers appearing at the Toronto event, there’s something for everyone. Liven up your bedroom with graphic prints from artist Peter Ellison or learn how to cross stitch with kits from The Pigeon Coop.

September 28 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
MaRS Discovery District, 101 College Street, Toronto

One of a Kind Show

 

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Get holiday shopping over with early at the One of a Kind Show. The marketplace, which has been running since 1975, is all about highlighting the culture of craft with a showcase of the best artisans across Canada. Find furniture, jewellery, art and everything in-between to satisfy all on your gift list. This year, the show will also present its inaugural theme, “Together”, which celebrates all the connections within the maker community.

November 21 to December 1
Enercare Centre, 100 Princes Boulevard, Toronto

Kanuk

 

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The Montreal-based outerwear brand is hosting their first pop-up in Toronto just in time for the cold. Handcrafted for over 50 years, the jackets are made with function and form in mind. They also come with a lifetime guarantee; the company offers alterations and repairs. Even more exciting, it’s the brand’s debut expansion into the rest of Canada.

October 17 to November 15
54 Ossington Avenue, Toronto 

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