The One of a Kind Spring Show and Sale

We were so impressed with the last time we visited the One of a Kind show that we were excited when we got the chance to preview the spring season show. The popular One of a kind Spring show has over 450 Canadian artisans and designers featuring their handmade and unique designs to thousands of visitors of the show. We visited the show on the opening day and we made our list of the must-see visit booths at the show. The OneofaKind Spring Show and Sale stated on March 28 and will go till this Sunday at the Exhibition Direct Energy Centre Building. You can see our favourties from the show below and visit the Oneofakind Show website for more info on the show and to buy tickets.


We just moved into a new place, and when we saw the pillows from Nicole Tarasick we wanted them for our house. The pillows featured airport codes for Toronto and maps of Ontario. Very chic and patriotic at the same time. Visit Nicole Tarasick‘s booth at G-35, or head to the website



We love when a retailers offer something unique and useful for a modern life. Oopsmark was one of those retailers that made us stop to see their booth, especially for the bicycle wine rack. We can see many cyclers in the city wanting this convenient wine holder for a bike rack. But there is more. There are bracelets that turn into iphone stands and necklaces with usb keys, this company knows how to make multi-purpose accessories. The Oopsmark booth is at K-43 or visit their website at



Finding unique accessories is so easy at the One of a Kind show, and that what we found at She Smiled and Ran booth. OCAD graduate Annie Tung likes to make original and modern pieces, like the freshwater pearl ring above, that first caught our attention. The designer likes to combine alternative materials with traditional material to create unique pieces. Stop by the She Smiled and Ran booth at N-44 and visit the website at


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