■ Agency One (10 Wingold Ave., 416-703-2916), distributor of brands like The Row, Matthew Williamson, Agent Provocateur, and more, is holding a blowout sale of spring samples and overstock until April 20. This is the last sale at the organization’s headquarters before it makes a move to Ossington Avenue next month. Discounts are deep, too: Look for 60–85 percent off men’s and women’s designer clothing and accessories. Hours are weekdays (10 a.m.–8 p.m.) and Saturdays (11 a.m.–6 p.m.).
OPENINGS AND POP-UPS
■ A second Toronto Marshall’s location (382 Yonge St., 416-979-0378) has opened as part of a 13-store Canada-wide expansion. The discount giant’s flagship store is a whopping 55,000-square-feet in size, featuring apparel, shoe, and accessory departments, and the first home décor department of any Canadian location.
■ Celebrate the launch of 101 SUPERmarket (1418 Dundas St. W.) on April 12 from 7–11 p.m. The month long pop-up, occupying Magwood’s former space in Little Portugal, is a blended family of 10 vendors offering handmade Canadian fashion, accessories, and vintage collections. Scope out the shop’s featured brands alongside upcycled items, furniture, and art over yummy treats from local bakers. Regular hours are 11 a.m–7 p.m. daily; closed on Tuesdays.
■ Perfectly timed for the impending April showers, Holt Renfrew (50 Bloor St. W., 416-923-2255) has launched a series of K-Way pop-up shops in all of its Canadian locations. Best known for a waterproof jacket that can be folded into a hip bag, the brand has expanded its collection beyond its signature windbreaker to raincoats, travel bags, and carry-on luggage. The Holt’s line will include pieces for men, women, and children in a range of neutral and bright spring colours.
■ Coveters of Coco Chanel’s jewels should not miss the Vintage Chanel Jewellery Trunk Show at Josephson Opticians flagship store (60 Bloor St. W., 416-964-7070) on April 11 from 10 a.m.–8 p.m. Hosted by renowned Chanel collector and dealer Carole Tanenbaum, jewellery buffs should be prepared to max out their credit cards on one of numerous pieces signed by Madame Chanel herself.
■ Inspired by Downton Abbey and Mad Men? Indulge your nostalgia bug at the spring edition of Vintage Show T.O., which returns to Artscape Wychwood Barns (601 Christie St., 416-392-1038) on April 14. Now in its third year, the vintage clothing and textile show features 32 exhibitors from across Ontario and Quebec, and pieces date from the Victorian Era onward. Hours are 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Admission is $8 and children under 12 get in free.
■ Attention, relaxation junkies: Spa Week by WaySpa is set to hold its first Canadian spring spa and wellness event in Toronto from April 15 to 21. Only held south of the border thus far, the bi-annual event offers attendees at participating spas a chance to sample a menu of luxury spa packages—most over $100—and pampering services like oxygen facials, microdermabrasion, massages, manis, and pedis priced at $50. To book, visit wayspa.com/en/spaweek.
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