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NakedBodyz in Toronto


606 Queen Street, Toronto , Ontario M6J1E3

We provide the ultimate fashion items that will set you apart from all others while providing a variety of designs.

Best Known For: Fashion for your Naked Bodyz

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Buck's Hard Goods in Toronto

Buck's Hard Goods

174 Lakeshore Road E, Oakville , Ontario L6J 1H6

Buck's Hard Goods is an all leather boots, bags and belts boutique located in Oakville, Canada. 

Best Known For: Shoes and Accessories

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DASH in Toronto


916 Eglinton Avenue, West Toronto , Ontario M6C 2C3

Shop DASH for all of the latest trends!

Best Known For: Clothing; Accessories; Jewelry

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Cloakroom in Toronto


1177 Yonge Street Unit 17, Toronto , Ontario M4T 2Y4

Cloakroom brings laid-back California style to Toronto, specializing in pieces that transition from season to season beautifully.


Best Known For: Women's Fashion

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Made You Look Jewellery in Toronto

Made You Look Jewellery

1338 Queen St W, Toronto , Ontario M6K 1L4

Toronto’s famous jewellery hub featuring over 100 local designers. Offering high-end jewellery and a mix of fashion, costume and ‘art-to-wear’ pieces.

Best Known For: Jewelry

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Nearby Neighborhoods in Canada


There is no doubt about it: Vancouver's fashion game is on the upswing. Once known only for its performance-wear brands (think Lululemon and Arc’teryx), this coastal seaport city is surging with new stores and emerging design talent. Fun fact: Vancouver is consistently named as one of the top five worldwide cities for livability!


Situated in the larger province of Quebec, the city has a strong European heritage, which influences everything from food to architecture to fashion. Not surprisingly, given it's strong ties to France, Montreal has a reputation for being the most stylish city in Canada—and that won't change anytime soon.

Thousand Islands

The Thousand Islands are steeped with heritage cottages and beautiful island homes belonging to the rich and famous. Castles, fishing shacks, and farmsteads - some are passed down generation after generation, others bought and bulldozed. This is where prohibition smugglers made fortunes doing midnight whiskey runs; where river pirates a century before would hideaway; it is the site of invasions during the War if 1812. The history and location inspire the imagination, and lend to a casual and relaxed style that is nautical and bohemian at the same time.


Ottawa, Canada’s southeastern capital, sits in Ontario at the border of Québec. A cosmopolitan city on the Ottawa River, it has at its centre Parliament Hill, with grand Victorian architecture and renowned museums such as the glass-and-granite National Gallery, with noted collections from Canadian and Indigenous artists. The park-lined Rideau Canal is filled with boats in summer and ice-skaters in winter.


Edmonton is a cultural, governmental and educational centre. It hosts a year-round slate of festivals, reflected in the nickname "Canada's Festival City". It is home to North America's largest mall, West Edmonton Mall (the world's largest mall from 1981 until 2004), and Fort Edmonton Park, Canada's largest living history museum. What makes fashion in Edmonton unique is how everyone adapts a different style of embracing our weather while still making a statement.

British Columbia

Newfoundland and Labrador

Northwest Territories

Nova Scotia

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New Brunswick