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J.Crew

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.

Hot Shopping: Rely on Riant

Fashionistas in this city are a lucky bunch—the past few months have seen the opening of several new stores carrying womenswear, including J. Crew and Intermix. Here’s one more to add to the plethora of choices: Riant. In a slick setting complete with a tufted white wall, deep blue lounges and metallic accents are racks and shelves boasting some of the hottest labels from New York and Los Angeles. Owner Maxine Waters’ favourite designer, Rebecca Taylor, is well represented here, as are Wildfox, Missoni, Amanda Uprichard, Madison Marcus, Cynthia Vincent, Equipment, Elliephont Creations and others.

Hot Shopping: J. Crew Comes to Canada

Previously available to Canadians only by catalogue, online or through visits south of the border, J. Crew, the American brand renowned for its preppy-casual separates, has opened its first much-anticipated Canadian outpost here in Toronto. The 5,000-square-foot space is serene in white, ivory and birch, but classic separates in an array of candy colours provide ample pop. The stock, however—including sweaters, button-up shirts, jackets, chinos, capris, jodhpurs, footwear, jewellery and handbags—is strictly for women. The almost 30-year-old company is best known for its trademark cashmere cardigans. Beloved by the likes of First Lady Michelle Obama and Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, the versatile sweater can be paired with a skirt, jeans, capris or skinny pants.