JoshuaDavid’s Pop Up Shop Now Open in Toronto


JoshuaDAVID has landed in Toronto via a pop-up store. The five-year old boutique and online store has been known in Montreal as a contemporary, specialty boutique carrying multiple labels for the women of today’s discerning fashion tastes. Now they have arrived in Toronto, officially opening their doors on December 4.

The pop-up is sure to be worth a visit. Staying true to their mission of “bringing the most enticing styles each season and working with our customers to build their perfect wardrobe”, the pop-up brings exciting fashion items that are not always readily available in Toronto: special designer samples, limited-edition collection pieces and only the hottest items from top designer brands. Expect pieces from Alice+Olivie, Bailey44, Cambio, DVF, Equipment, Ellie Tahari, FRS, Jenny Bird, Voluspa, including, of course their sought-after exclusive brand, JoshuaDavid.

On coming to Toronto, co-owner David Archer shared his thoughts.

“We’re very excited about having a presence in Toronto – a market where many of our loyal visitors and former Montrealers now live”. And they are taking serious efforts to make their presence felt in a unique way too. JoshuaDavid announced a “Coat Drive”, where anyone who brings in gently used outerwear gets an additional 15% discount on all coats. The drive will benefit the YWCA 1st Stop Woodlawn Shelter and will run until January 30, 2015. Co-owner Joshua Fagan explained, “This winter is forecasted to be one of the worst on record, and with everyone’s minds o the increasing cold weather and the effects of last year’s polar vortex, we felt it was a perfect way to make a difference.”

So run, or sashay (it’s up to you), to 595 Bay Street (Dundas Subway Station) in the Atrium of the main floor. JoshuaDavid’s pop up store will be open everyday until January 31, 2015 and you can click here to see the official website.

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