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Pop Pop Shoppe at Paramour to feature a slew of Toronto-based designers

Pop Pop Shoppe at Paramour to feature a slew of Toronto-based designers

’Tis the season to pop-up shop, and keeping with that spirit, Toronto-based brands Muttonhead and Label are hosting their very own at 94 Ossington (formerly Paramour) from October 19 to October 23. In case last weekend’s weather had everyone fooled, it is in fact October, which means winter is just around the corner. Pop Pop Shoppe is the perfect place to pick up unique items for the changing season, as a number of brands will be showcasing their fall/winter 2011 collections: Metsa and Chloé Comme Parris will be selling their collections, and expect to find handcrafted accessories by Stars and Perfect Tens, Cuchara, Headmistress and the Leather Atelier, and vintage eyewear by Aeroplane. Shopping can sometimes make us feel peckish, so we intend to eat the baked goodies and drink the espresso-based drinks on offer. We’ll of course be going to browse the merchandise, but mostly to verify if the shop’s title is an Arrested Development reference in any way shape or form. Probably not, but it doesn’t hurt to ask.

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