Sales roundup: premium denim sample sale, decorative arts auction, 70 per cent off at Philip Sparks and Over the Rainbow


CHASSE GARDÉE One of Toronto’s best shoe stores has marked down all of its remaining fall merchandise by 80 per cent. 1084 Queen St. W., 416-901-9613,

DENIM SAMPLE SALE Hosted by Toronto Sample Sales, this midnight madness event includes 40 to 80 per cent off men’s and women’s jeans by J Brand, Paige, Citizens of Humanity, Hudson and more. Feb 19 to 21. Times vary. Sheraton. 600 Hwy. 7 E., Richmond Hill, 416-399-9959,

DUE WEST All sale items—look for winter coats and clothing—are now an additional 20 per cent off.

Until Feb. 28. 431 Queen St. W., 416-593-6267,

FREDA’S The venerable Bathurst Street womenswear institution is hosting a fall-winter sale, with 30 to 40 per cent off outerwear and separates. Silk blouses are marked down to $50, and suits are now $150 to $290. Until Feb. 15. 86 Bathurst St., 416-703-0304.

GEORGE C. The gorgeous Hazelton Avenue designer boutique has deep discounts—up to 70 per cent off fall and winter inventory. 21 Hazelton Ave., 416-962-1991,

OFF THE CUFF Guys looking to spiff up before Valentine’s Day should consider Off the Cuff’s midnight madness sale, with 25 to 60 per cent off everything in the store (Prada, Hugo Boss and Marc Jacobs are store favourites) and free chocolates to sweeten the deal. Feb. 10. 5–10. 5 Broadway Ave., 416-489-4248,

…OF THINGS PAST To celebrate its 14th anniversary, the Mississauga consignment store is offering customers 15 per cent off their purchases. Feb 11 to 14. 185 Bridgeland Ave., 416-256-9256,

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,

PHILIP SPARKS Save at least 70 per cent at the menswear designer’s on-line clearance sale, which includes pieces from his fall-winter collection, like a grey leather motorcycle jacket for $190 (down from $950) and a hand-knit wool sweater for $138 (down from $550). Until Feb. 13.

SECRETS FROM YOUR SISTER The annual dead-bra sale is back, which means customers save 25 per cent on a new bra when they bring in one of their old ones to donate to charity. Feb. 13. Annex and Yonge-Eglinton locations.

SHOPGIRLS This end-of-season promotion includes 40 per cent off Canadian womenswear from the likes of Stacey Zhang and Flora and Fauna. 1342 Queen St. W., 416-534-7467,

THINK TWICE The designer consignment store has a host of designer handbags—Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Fendi—at affordable prices. They’re also bringing in cruise and resort lines from the likes of Teenflo, Olsen and Brian Bailey. 1679 Lakeshore Rd. W., Mississauga, 905-823-2233,

UPC BOUTIQUE Ten spring 2010 samples from UPC’s Thomas private label are up for sale at great pre-season prices. The full collection will be available in March. All fall-winter merchandise is marked down by up to 70 per cent. 128 Cumberland St., 416-929-9209,

VIRGINIA JOHNSON It’s winter sale time at VJ, with down coats discounted by 70 per cent. The resort collection (pretty cotton scarves, totes and tunics) is 30 per cent off. 132 Ossington Ave., 416-516-3366,


DECORATIVE ARTS AUCTION New Toronto auction house A.H. Wilkens is holding a decorative arts auction this evening. Download a full catalogue here. Feb. 9. 7 p.m. 299 Queen St. E., 2nd flr., 416-360-7600,

ELTE Toronto’s carpeting mainstay is offering 20 per cent off its 10 best-selling Karastan carpets, which are made from premium New Zealand wool. All dining room tables, chairs, buffets, cabinets and sidebars are also 20 per cent off. Until Feb. 21. 80 Ronald Ave., 416-785-7885,

ONE TWENTY MODERN The Ossington design store is having a winter sale, with selected floor models marked down by up to 70 per cent. Additionally, all new furniture, lighting and carpet orders are 25 per cent off. 120 Ossington Ave., 416-537-4400,

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