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High end shoes in Toronto...where to buy?

pkiula

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Hi. Will be in toronto in january. What are the good places to buy Santoni, Magnanni, Edward Green, etc? Not Harry Rosen I hope, they have some of the suit brands shoes like Canali. I'm thinking of Italian or Brit shoe makers. Thanks!
 

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Toronto? Great dining, theatre and nightlife, etc. but shoes? Very over-priced. Shop online for better prices and selection. S'rsly. That said, Yorkville area (Bloor Street-Yorkville) is the City's high-end shopping area. Rosen's flagship store is there (82 Bloor St. W., not a huge selection, mainly: Salvatore Ferragamo, Prada and Allen Edmonds but also, uh, Boss and Cole Haan). Holt Renfrew (50 Bloor St. West, see: http://www.holtrenfrew.com/holts/pag...men&bType=foot including Church, Grenson, Paul Smith, John Lobb, Prada, etc., along with a ton of "fashion"). Another is David's (66 Bloor St. West, carries Magnanni, Paul Smith and Harris, with a larger selection for women). We lost a number of good stores, including Dack's (Church and custom grade shoes, filed for bankruptcy last year). But Brown's Shoes has upped its game a bit (located in Hazelton Lanes, at 55 Avenue Rd., carries everything from Cesare Paciotti, Magnanni, Porsche Design, Toressi, Doucal's to things like Timberland and its own (cemented) house brand). Steer clear of Walking on a Cloud (over-priced cemented rubbish) and even worse is Aldo (nothing but rubbish). Depending on when you're arriving, there might be some sales on (you never know); but don't say I didn't warn you. Hope this helps, and here's wishing you a great visit!
 

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Edward Green can be found at Robert Jones in the Royal Bank plaza near Brooks Brothers.
 

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