Sales roundup: Jeremy Laing sample sale, 80 per cent off Canadian designers


THE BAY Save 40 per cent off clearance-priced clothing, shoes, accessories and luggage (not including Olympic gear). Until Feb. 25. 176 Yonge St.,

BODYBLUE One of the city’s top purveyors of premium denim is holding a sale, with jeans from such brands as Fidelity, Hudson and Earnest Sewn starting at $50. 724 Queen St. W., 416-703-7601,

CANADIAN DESIGNERS CUSTOMER APPRECIATION EVENT Save 40 to 80 per cent off this Friday evening and all day Saturday on pieces from Canuck designers Carrie Hayes, Desperately Different, Zoran Dobric, Karamea, Cha Cha Handbags, Hortense Salvatore and Jabberdust.

Feb. 26 and 27. Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen St. W.

DUE WEST All sale items—winter coats and clothing—are now an additional 20 per cent off. Until Feb. 28. 431 Queen St. W., 416-593-6267,

GOTSTYLE The menswear store is offering 20 per cent off already reduced items. Look for 50 to 70 per cent off outerwear from Spiewak, Sand and Drykorn, and shirts from Maison St. Pierre and Full Circle. 489 King St. W., 416-260-9696,

JEREMY LAING Toronto’s it designer is hosting a sample sale for four hours only with overstock and runway samples. Cash only. Feb. 25. 3–7. 1342 Queen St. W., Ste. 3.

NORTH FACE SAMPLE SALE Stock up for next winter and find great deals on North Face outerwear, footwear, sporting gear and backpacks at this four-day sample sale. Cash only. March 4 to 7. 21 Vaughan Rd.

OVER THE RAINBOW The fall-winter merchandise (except for Canada Goose) has now been marked down by 70 per cent. 101 Yorkville Ave., 416-967-7448,


BARRYMORE This huge winter sale includes up to 30 per cent off custom-made sofas and chairs (and 50 per cent off floor models); 20 to 60 per cent off lamps, decorative accessories, cabinets and tables; and 25 to 30 per cent off dining room and bedroom sets. 1168 Caledonia Rd., 416-532-2891,

ELTE Toronto’s carpeting mainstay is offering 20 per cent off all upholstery and a selection of its traditional rugs. Until March 7. 80 Ronald Ave., 416-785-7885,


HEIGHTS OF FASHION: A HISTORY OF THE ELEVATED SHOE Curator Elizabeth Semmelhack lectures on the origins of heels and why women continue to wear them. $14. March 1. Bata Shoe Museum, 327 Bloor St. W., 416-979-7799,

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