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Hot Shopping: Ann Taylor Sashays into Toronto

Add one more brand to the ever-growing list of American retailers opening up north of the border. Ann Taylor’s first foray into the global market includes two stores right here in this city. Creative Director Lisa Axelson says Toronto was the perfect choice: “It is a beautiful city filled with modern, sophisticated women who lead busy lives, and we are excited to bring a trusted fashion destination that offers great styles as well as incredible versatility.” Named for a best-selling dress—not an actual person—the iconic company is best known as a producer of smart, sophisticated attire for the modern woman, featuring dresses, suiting and separates that take a lady from the office to a post-work cocktail party to a weekend of errands and adventure. Best of all, pricing is consistent with the U.S., making cross-border shopping excursions a thing of the past.  —Linda Luong

Hot Shopping: The Eaton Centre is 35 Years Yonge

The Toronto Eaton Centre is celebrating its 35th anniversary by becoming more stylish than ever. The downtown shopping hub has been undergoing renovations for the past few years: last winter it inaugurated a fabulously chic Urban Eatery food court; this season, shoppers are treated to new stores from the likes of Ann Taylor, J. Crew and the first Canadian location of Massimo Dutti, plus a massive expansion of gentlemen’s clothier Harry Rosen. Once you’re finished browsing the retail wares, take a moment to look skyward—the mall’s signature glass roof now features an art installation that responds to the movement of the sun and local weather conditions.

Hot Shopping: Toronto Eaton Centre Marks a Milestone

The Toronto Eaton Centre is celebrating its 35th anniversary by becoming more stylish than ever. The downtown shopping hub has been undergoing renovations for the past few years: last winter it inaugurated a fabulously chic Urban Eatery food court; this season, shoppers are treated to new stores from the likes of Ann Taylor, J. Crew and the first Canadian location of Massimo Dutti, plus a massive expansion of gentlemen’s clothier Harry Rosen. Once you’re finished browsing the retail wares, take a moment to look skyward—the mall’s signature glass roof now features an art installation that responds to the movement of the sun and local weather conditions.