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The 10 biggest Toronto store openings of 2014

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This year was a big one for Toronto’s shopping scene. Major international players—like Japanese cult-favourite Muji and Say Yes to the Dress bridal store Kleinfeldmade their marks on the city, setting the stage for even bigger, flashier retailers to come. Meanwhile, homegrown businesses like Holt Renfrew and Frank and Oak upped the menswear game with new guys-only stores, and a pair of women’s boutiques became go-to spots for hard-to-find labels and breezy west-coast designs. And, of course, Drake himself debuted a new clothing store on Dundas West, helping fans of The 6 close out the year on an extra-sweet note. Here, the 10 biggest store openings of 2014.

The 10 biggest Toronto store openings of 2014
The 10 biggest Toronto store openings of 2014
The 10 biggest Toronto store openings of 2014
The 10 biggest Toronto store openings of 2014
The 10 biggest Toronto store openings of 2014
The 10 biggest Toronto store openings of 2014
The 10 biggest Toronto store openings of 2014
The 10 biggest Toronto store openings of 2014
The 10 biggest Toronto store openings of 2014
Best Toronto Stores
The 10 biggest Toronto store openings of 2014
The 10 biggest Toronto store openings of 2014

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