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post #31 of 42
7 Camicie on the west side of Yonge a couple of blocks north of Lawrence is a good place. Italian stuff. leather, sweaters, lots and lots of shirts. My son buys his shirts there.
post #32 of 42
I'm shopping at Holt's on Bloor since they are having a 40% off sale.
post #33 of 42
Let's not forget the many shops on King and Queen W...I've seen a lot of BoO and Nice Collective at some of the one-off boutiques.

Also, the only Toronto men's store that made GQ's Top 100 stores is on King W. called GotStyle. They do Jil Sander MTM and have a decent collection of hard to find brands and nice, slim cuts. Also have a salon that is only staffed by attractive women and even have a "Doghouse" section that has last minute pre-packaged gifts for the significant other when times are tough
post #34 of 42
I just went to Harry Rosens outlet in Mississauga. It was ok.

It had ferragamo shoes for $250
I saw some nice Hugo boss dress shirts for about $90

My cousin bought a lacoste polo shirt for $30. Which I must admit is the one time I saw something cheaper here then in the states. But then again not much cheaper.

I went to Style sense it was dead. However i was there about 2 weeks ago and it had ferragamo shoes for $140. Not a bad store for those wanting other options to buy Prada, Ferragamo and others in GTA

Definitely hit or miss. And still sad as I have yet to see a viable option besides treking down to the states.
post #35 of 42
I know there are many members from Toronto here...

At lunch, I came by this store named Johathan And Olivia http://jonathanandolivia.com/, located at Ossington/Queen West.

They have a good selection of clothing for men (check their website for brands they carry).

Though the pricing is not terribly attractive, but it is a step in the right direction. Perhaps for sizing purposes as well.

BTW, I am not affiliated with them.
post #36 of 42
Headed there this weekend, anyone from new suggestions?
post #37 of 42
This thread sums up TO shopping quite well. To summarize... a glut of Hugo Boss and almost all of it full price.

I would recommend checking out Davids shoes on Bloor and Bay. I've picked up a decent pair of conservative Stefano Branchini burgundy monkstraps there in the past. Paid full price. They also have a selection of Moreschi, Gravati, and Harris shoes. Oh, and of course: Boss.
post #38 of 42
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Theodore certainly has great product but David can be a bit of an @$$. I went in looking for a white shirt and he had me try on a beautiful ETON slim fit (fresh from the packaging). As soon as I asked about price ($325!) and expressed that I was looking to spend closer to $200, he commented rather rudely that I wouldn't find any shirts in that price range from him, and seemed very angry at the fact that he had removed the shirt from the packaging and I wasn't buying it. Nice product certainly, but a bit overpriced, and David can be rude based on my experience.
Yeah the dudes at Via Cavour were giving me the evil eye when I browsed last weekend. Nice stuff but no way in hell am I paying what they're asking after being spoiled by SF. I did chuckle to myself when I saw the exact same pair of rubber soled Santonis from 9 months ago still being priced at $700...
post #39 of 42
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Yeah the dudes at Via Cavour were giving me the evil eye when I browsed last weekend. Nice stuff but no way in hell am I paying what they're asking after being spoiled by SF. I did chuckle to myself when I saw the exact same pair of rubber soled Santonis from 9 months ago still being priced at $700...

Isn't a lot of their stuff 70% off right now?
post #40 of 42
Or shop like this guy: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/...rticle1859935/
post #41 of 42
^^

Read that article.

Was interested in the M2M Samuelsohn drape cut the last salesman had
post #42 of 42
I'm shopping at Brooks Brothers underneath RBC Plaza, Just White Shirts (Downtown Toronto and Oakville) In Oakville: Garvey's Blazer for Men and M for Men for the real high end Italian look. +1 on the glut of Hugo Boss in the GTA.
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