A store devoted entirely to Mongolian-made cashmere arrives on the Mink Mile
Black Goat Cashmere, the maker of luxurious casualwear, has just opened up its first Toronto shop on Bloor Street West, between international heavyweights Cartier and Agent Provocateur. It’s the Vancouver-based company’s first store outside of its home town, which is why most Torontonians probably haven’t heard of the Real Housewives–certified shopping destination, or its dedication to all things cashmere-related. Now, Yorkville residents and local shoppers can get their hands on Mongolian-made cashmere sweaters, dresses, pants, ponchos, scarves, turtlenecks, and even something called a “leisure suit” that will run fancy television-watchers over $600. At least for those prices, shoppers can trust that their purchases will keep them enveloped in a warm, cozy cocoon—kind of a treat on the Mink Mile, where down the road at Gucci a similar price tag will only score you a pair of painful-looking stilettos.
131 Bloor St. W., 416-967-4628, blackgoatcashmere.com
2 thoughts on “A store devoted entirely to Mongolian-made cashmere arrives on the Mink Mile”
As someone with extensive training in textiles, I can tell you that cashmere is by far one of the best investments that you can make. In my opinion, you’ll find the very best selection of cashmere in Scotland (Edinburgh specifically). But the selection looks really nice, so I’ll be dropping by for sure.
I just wish they would use real models on their website instead of just mannequins. That makes a really big difference in how the goods look. No complaints, though!
Well! black goat cashmere’s casual wear are good to buy, and it’s nice to know that they have opened their shop in toronto…. so keep expanding business…
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