Everything you need to know about the Eaton Centre expansion

Downtown Toronto has some new shopping destinations, thanks to the Toronto Eaton Centre ‘Level 2’ expansion.

The new stores, located closest to the Yonge and Dundas intersection, have begun opening since August and offer a unique selection of retailers to one of our favourite malls. Some mall favourites like shoe company Ecco, and lifestyle brand Lacoste, will find new homes in the updated shopping section. A total of 25 new retailers will be welcomed to the mall’s growing retail space.

H&M has relaunched their giant two-floor location in the mall’s North end, which included new concepts to Toronto such as H&M Sport, H&M+, and a new beauty section with over 700 products!

Also, fashion fans in Toronto are really excited to see the opening of Nordstrom in 2016. The leading specialty fashion retailer has already opened in Vancouver, and this will be the first Nordstrom location in Toronto!

Here is a list of new fashion stores and other retailers to open at the Toronto Eaton Centre’s North End:

  • DAVIDsTEA
  • LUSH
  • Saje Natural Wellness
  • TUMI
  • SHOO by Steve Madden
  • OAK + FORT
  • Gerry Weber
  • La Vie En Rose
  • Ever New
  • Lacoste
  • L’Occitane En Provence
  • Torrid
  • Thomas Sabo
  • Rudsak
  • Ecco Shoes
  • UNOde5
  • Champs

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More on the new stores and expansion

Keep your eye on the Toronto Eaton Centre social media accounts and here, as we continue to announce the new retailers and their opening dates. More details about the new stores below:

Kicking off the excitement, DAVIDsTEA, LUSH, and Saje Natural Wellness all open on July 31st, 2015.

Next up, TUMI opens its doors and joins the TEC family on August 11th bringing jetset style and travel accessories for those who are constantly on the move.

On August 12th at 11:00am the H&M expansion space will be officially open on the 2nd floor of the Yonge/Dundas store.The new space will have a brand new look and concepts like H&M sport, H&M +, extended shoes and accessories and more! Plus we’ll welcome back the H&M man concept.

SHOO by Steve Madden opens on August 14th, bringing the brand’s signature style and funky flair in shoes and all things accessory.

OAK + FORT joins the L2 Expansion on August 20th. This Vancouver based designer focuses on classic, minimalist style at an attainable price point.

Closing off the week of August 20th, TEC welcomes German lifestyle brand Gerry Weber, a new La Vie En Rose store, and Ever New, a feminine brand from Melbourne, Australia.

The excitement doesn’t stop there — on Saturday, August 22nd, a brand new Lacoste store & L’Occitane En Provence open their doors. Note: The Lacoste store located on Level 3 has closed and the only Lacoste store is in the Level 2 Expansion.

New month, new stores! September 1st marks the opening of the very first Torrid in Canada & jewelry store Thomas Sabo.

Montreal born Rudsak brings its cool rebel spirit and outwear, handbags, footwear and accessories to Toronto Eaton Centre on September 2nd, giving urban shoppers another reason to celebrate the fall season.

Ecco Shoes opens their new store on September 3rd, offering stylish everyday footwear options. Note: The previous Ecco Shoes store on Level 3 has closed and the only Ecco Shoes location is in the Level 2 Expansion.

Spain’s UNOde50 opens it’s first store in Canada in Toronto Eaton Centre on September 4th! With it’s 100% handcrafted “Made in Spain” production process, the jewelery store focuses on embodying the principles of creativity, unique style, and bold spirit creating accessories for men and women.

For all athletes and aspiring athletes, or just lovers of sportswear – Champs is now open in the Level 2 expansion with sporting gear and accessories for men and women as of September 8th.

Stay tuned for more exciting details on all our upcoming store openings and events.

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