A rotating pop-up shop opens on Ossington
Ossington’s cadre of hip boutiques keeps growing, most recently with the launch of Pop-Up 120, a wholesale-retail hybrid from fashion distributor Agency One. Each season, the revolving pop-up store in the front of the agency’s head office will feature one of the international brands that it also distributes to stores like Barneys, Holt Renfrew and TNT. First up: rocker clothing label Religion, whose hard-edged, East London roots are reflected in goth chandeliers, paintings of British monarchs and silver skulls. Starting in August, the space will be pared down for Ganni, a line out of Copenhagen with a clean, modern aesthetic, followed by artsy Australian brand Something Else.
Open W-Su 11– 7. 120 Ossington Avenue, 416-703-2916, Facebook
3 thoughts on “A rotating pop-up shop opens on Ossington”
Agency One pick and choose.
Are you a retailer or distributor, nobody wants to see both from you.
more hipster shit.
I don’t understand either of these comments. @fresh, why don’t people want to see both? speak for yourself. I like Agency One and I’m glad they’re closer to downtown. Their sample sale is great! @bagoshyte:disqus – so what, and you’re wrong. These are clothes that appeal to all sorts of people, and if you look at the retailers they sell to, definitely not hipster stores. Can’t believe I bothered to reply to either of you.
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