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Anthropologie on Queen Street Brings Boho-Chic Downtown

A NEW ANTHROPOLOGIE ON QUEEN STREET CATERS TO THE CHAIN’S TORONTO ACOLYTES IN A RESTORED AND RETROFITTED 19TH-CENTURY CHURCH

Anthropologie on Queen Street

Devotees of boho-chic style who pray at the altar of Anthropologie can find rapture at the U.S. chain’s newest Toronto flagship on Queen West. The two-storey shop is housed in a 19th-century church, and retains some of the building’s historic details—the facade, stained glass windows, and a carved fireplace and mantle. (Accenting the space are some new finishes made to look old, such as the reclaimed wood staircase and floors.) A full-time team of visual artists is employed by the nearly 7,000-square-foot store to create inventive vignettes and displays of the its housewares, linens, stationery, ladies apparel, footwear, accessories and more. Open daily.  —Linda Luong

• Anthropologie, 761 Queen St. W., 416-603-0445; anthropologie.com
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