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Sales roundup: trunk show at Holts, no tax at Due West, 20 per cent off Blu Dot and more

FASHION AND BEAUTY

DUE WEST The Queen West purveyor of denim and outerwear doesn’t often mark down its Canada Goose merchandise, but shoppers looking for a puffy parka in which to wait out winter should head to the store this week, when there’s no tax on any purchase. Oct. 21 to 24. 431 Queen St. W., 416-593-6267.

JESSICA JENSEN The Toronto designer is offering an extra 20 per cent off previously marked down leather clutches, wallets and handbags (one tote is now $552, down from $998) for on-line shoppers. Enter code EXTRA20SS at checkout. Until Oct. 26. shopjessicajensen.com.

LINEA INTIMA Bring in a clean, gently used bra (donations go to a local women’s shelter) and receive $5 off the purchase of a new one. Until Oct. 31. 1925 Avenue Rd., 416-780-1726,

lineaintima.com; plus four other GTA locations.

MIDNIGHT MADNESS SAMPLE SALE Men’s and women’s clothing (brands include Nudie Jeans, Gucci, Versace, Dior and more) is marked down by 40 to 80 per cent. Oct. 20 to 22. 10 a.m.–midnight. Le Parc Banquet Hall, 8432 Leslie St., Thornhill, 416-399-9959, torontosamplesales.com.

STYLE EXCHANGE Get 30 per cent off everything at the store (including denim but excluding some outerwear) at this one-day friends and family event. RSVP “attending” on the Facebook group here. 181 Yonge St., 416-214-0111.

TRILUXE SAMPLE SALE Clothing from Pringle of Scotland, J. Lindeberg, American Vintage and more is marked down by up to 80 per cent at this annual sale. Oct. 28 to 30. 63 Wingold Ave., Ste. 120, samplesale@triluxe.com.

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AVENUE ROAD Save 20 per cent off all USM Modular Furniture’s timeless office furniture (1970s shades of brown and orange have been reintroduced). Until Oct. 23. 416 Eastern Ave., 416-548-7788, avenue-road.com.

BLU DOT It’s the 20/20/20 sale (20 per cent off for 20 days, starting October 20) on Blu Dot’s contemporary furniture, including the new collection of lighting. bludot.com.

ONETWENTY MODERN For the entire month, shoppers will save 20 per cent on any new sofa order. Until Oct. 31. 120 Ossington Ave., 416-537-4400, onetwentymodern.com.

QUASI MODO MODERN All furniture orders of Soft Line—makers of sleek-lined, Scandinavian-style sofas, chairs and tables—is 20 per cent off in October. Until Oct. 31. 789 Queen St. W., 416-703-8300, quasimodomodern.com.

TEXTILE MUSEUM OF CANADA For the Love of Cloth is the museum’s third annual fundraiser fabric sale, with prints, textiles, braids and buttons from such designers as Larsen, Nina Campbell and Osborne and Little. Oct. 29 and 30. 55 Centre Ave., 416-599-5321, textilemuseum.ca.

WEST ELM Side tables and coffee tables are marked down by 20 per cent. Until Oct. 25. 109 Atlantic Ave., 416-537-0110.

WILLIAMS-SONOMA All cookware is 20 per cent off this week. Until Oct. 24. 100 Bloor St. W., 416-962-9455.

EVENTS

CANADIAN DESIGNERS AT HOLT RENFREW On Saturday, Holts is showcasing the spring collections of some of its favourite Canadian labels, including Greta and Ezra Constantine, Jeremy Laing, Denis Gagnon, Smythe, Line Runway and Mikhael Kale. Some of the designers will be on hand for shoppers to meet and place early orders. Oct. 23. 2–4. 50 Bloor St. W., 2nd flr., 416-922-2333.

MASANORI OJI Junction housewares shop Mjölk is hosting the first solo exhibition of Masanori Oji’s works. The Tokyo-based designer will be in attendance at this showcase of his collection, along with prototypes and items not available in North America. RSVP to info@mjolk.ca. Oct. 21. 7:30 p.m.–10 p.m. 2959 Dundas St. W., 416-551-9853.

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