Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Toronto

The Bay Queen Street
An impressive history lies behind this shopping powerhouse.
Lilliput Hats
Magnificent millinery from Lilliput. And some pretty super celeb clientele, too.
C-Pub
Cowboy boots in a Canadian market. Oh, the fun.
Fashion Crimes
Fashion Crimes will have you getting in touch with your inner princess in no time.
House of Vintage
A vintage shop with outposts on both sides of the Atlantic.
Cole Haan
From ballet pumps to satchel handbags, Oxfords to sunglasses, Cole Haan kits men and women out in style.
Silver Falls Vintage
Perfectly preserved vintage fashion.
Harry Rosen
Men go wild in this luxury department store just for you.
Butterfly
Plastic fantastic at Butterfly.
Tiffany & Co.
You know you want to take something home in that little Tiffany blue box.
69 Vintage
Good quality vintage clothes in a charming store.
Rotate This
Vinyl forever, baby.
Chosen
Vintage galore.
Coach
Luxury leather from this American design house.
Ziliotto Design
Gorgeous jersey pieces from a designer who trained at Chanel.
Preloved
An eco-boutique with some high octane fans.
Birk’s Jewellery
Oh, the sparkling, glimmering, beautiful things that can be found at Birk's.
Vintage Mix 1
Get into the vintage spirit and search for that something special at Vintage Mix 1.
Badlands Vintage
Vintage clothes from the 80s and 90s in a shop decorated with the odd bit of taxidermy.
Holt Renfrew
Whether you want to relax in a spa, chat to the concierge about the theatre, or, well, shop, then Holt Renfrew is definitely the place to go.
King of Kensington
Although the name is far from modest, 'King of Kensington' is fast becoming a favourite on Kensington Avenue with 40 years of vintage on offer.
Criminal Records
A great mishmash of old and new at the retro shop - find your vinyl next to DVDs.
Deja vu
A treasure trove for vintage finds.
Type Books
An independent bookstore, beloved by all who know it.
MaxMara
Sydney’s
I Miss You
Beautiful designer vintage fashion.
David’s
Get your feet looking fabulous with shoes from the likes of Jimmy Choo and Christian Louboutin.
The Eaton Centre
With 230 shops and an art piece featuring a flock of life-sized Canada geese flying through the atrium, this mall is definitely a shopping stop.
Courage My Love
A shop as vintage as the wares within.
Brian Bailey
Elegance. Canadian style.
Vera Wang
Just the name, 'Vera Wang', is enough to conjure up visions of beautiful brides and elegant eveningwear.
Pusateri’s
This fine foods emporium attracts the custom of the cash-flash, loafer-wearing brigade.
Nicolas
Cartier
Cartier is almost synonymous with luxury.
Escada
Casual and couture co-ordination awaits at Escada.
GreenShag
GreenShag is where the innovative meets conservative. The result is fantastic men's clothes.
Lileo
The price tag might be significant at this luxe emporium, but there's a juice bar.
St. Lawrence Market
Torontonians are fiercely proud of this building - it's one of their oldest (built in 1851 and based on architectural plans for London's Victoria Station), and houses one of the world's best food markets.
Burberry
Quintessentially British (originally providers of sturdy outerwear to WW1 British soldiers), Burberry has gone from fashion strength to strength.

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