Dolce and Gabbana, Stuart Weitzman and Kate Spade are all coming to Yorkville
Three high-profile stores are headed to the Mink Mile in the coming months. The biggest: a 9,000-square-foot Dolce and Gabbana store featuring a luxurious decor of black glass, walnut and velvet furniture, which is taking over 111 Bloor Street West, the space Louis Vuitton vacated when it moved across the street. High-end shoe store Stuart Weitzman is setting up at 151 Bloor Street West, in Ports 1961’s former space, and a few blocks away in Yorkville proper, Kate Spade has plans for its second Toronto store—a multi-level flagship on Yorkville Avenue at Hazelton. Although Yorkdale Shopping Centre has been attracting a lot of high-profile stores lately, Toronto’s toniest retail strip isn’t exactly lagging behind.