Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Toronto

The Bay Queen Street
An impressive history lies behind this shopping powerhouse.
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.
Winners
Make sure you have plenty of energy to tackle this discount clothing shop.
Nearly Naked
If the name isn't enough of a draw, it stocks lingerie from Chantelle and Princesse Tam-Tam.
Clark & Faria
Work from Canadian and International artists can be purchased at this commercial gallery.
Harry Rosen
Men go wild in this luxury department store just for you.
Seventy Seven
This concept store in historic Yorkville is Pink Tartan's flagship.
Lavish & Squalor
Stay caffeinated as you shop in this liefstyle and clothes store.
Lululemon Athletica
Canadian brand for athletic-stroke-casual wear and yoga paraphernalia.
Distill
Canadian crafts and designs abound in this store.
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.
Type Books
An independent bookstore, beloved by all who know it.
Made You Look
This jewellery shop is worth every step it takes to get there.
Robber
Clothes, shoes and accessories from American and Canadian designers.
I Miss You
Beautiful designer vintage fashion.
A Taste of Quebec
Indulge in terroir products from Quebec at this food boutique.
The Refinery
Personal shopping with Wendy.
Brian Bailey
Elegance. Canadian style.
Betsey Johnson
Fun and funky fashion is the name of the game at Betsey Johnson.
Roots
Shopgirls
Pop along and try on some 'yoga jeans'.
Corktown Designs
Corktown Designs specialises in contemporary jewellery.
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.

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