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Going to be in Toronto for a few hours. Where is a good spot to find designer clothing and quality j

lamarwilkinson

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I'll be in Toronto, and I'll have 5 hours to do some shopping. I'm looking for a single spot (i.e. a mall, a street, etc.) where I can find designer clothing (i.e. Hugo Boss, Armani, Zegna, etc.) and quality jeans (Nudie, Diesel, 3Sixteen, etc.) at good prices.

Where exactly should I visit?
 

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with those brands it sounds like you are looking for Holt Renfrew.
 

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Start at Yonge & Bloor. Walking west on Bloor between Yonge and Avenue Road you will find Holt Renfrew and Harry Rosen as well as a myriad independent brand stores (Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Hermes, Gucci, Prada, Cartier, Lacoste, Coach) interspersed with some cheaper mall brands like H&M.

When you hit Avenue Road, head north to Yorkville and go back east to Over the Rainbow, Anti-Hero, there's a Diesel store and I think Dolce & Gabbana boutiques, Hugo Boss is somewhere around there, and if you head north on Hazelton (off Yorkville) there's some really high-end stuff at V Hazelton (Kiton, Malo, etc) and more streetwear at TNT in the Hazelton Lanes complex which also has some shoe stores.

In short follow a simple route like this and you won't even have to go very far to visit all the major players.
 
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