I can appreciate your sense of disappointment. Â The '90's were not kind to the smaller, more traditional haberdashers here in town and most went out of business. Â Unfortunately, Bloor Street and Yorkville are about it for higher end shopping in Toronto. Â You might want to try Perry's which used to be on Bloor, but is now on Bay, north of Bloor. Â Stollery's is a bit of a jumble and the prices can be high, but sometimes if you hunt, you can uncover some worthwhile items. Â Unfortunately, they seem to be the only vendor who carries British goods (quite a change from 20 years ago when many menswear retailers had Aquascutum, Burberry, Daks and the like). For very traditional shoes, you could try Dack's, which I believe is owned by Church's. Â They have a branch in Royal Bank Plaza downtown and also on Yonge Street south of Queen. Rego in the Exchange Tower is small, but has some nice items from Samuelsohn and Warren K. Cook, but they are aimed more at MTM. There is a good-sized Lacoste (much, much larger than the Bloor St. branch) at Sherway Gardens shopping centre in the west end. It also has a large Sporting Life (all kinds of athletic equipment and clothing - like a smaller scale Citadium). Â There are also branches of Harry Rosen, Holt's and Caban (sportswear/lifestyle). Â It may not really be worth a trip though if you are staying downtown. There is always Queen St. W. for edgier items, but I sense this is not the sort of merchandise you are after. Toronto has most of the usual upscale boutiques that you see in major cities (Hermes, Vuitton, etc.). Â The problem is that they have replaced the independents leading to that feeling that you've seen it all before - and you probably have if you have been in any other major cities. Let me know where your interests lie and I'll try to think of relevant suggestions.