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Three Toronto creative types are opening a tuck shop next to Trinity Bellwoods

Three Toronto creative types are opening a tuck shop next to Trinity Bellwoods

Fashion designer Ashley Rowe, 69 Vintage owner Kealan Sullivan and designer at Diptych Dylan Davies are joining forces to open Trinity Tuck Shop, a summer camp–inspired concept store that will sell bathing suits, Augie’s ice pops, gelato and vintage clothing. The store, located at 198 Walnut Avenue, is only open until Labour Day, and will offer game and blanket rentals all summer long for park visitors who may have been invited spur-of-the-moment and not had time to bring protection from the humidity-moistened grass. (Those with grass-stained bottoms are not likely to look like all of these happy, vitamin D–filled park people.)

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