The affordable fashion brand that has taken the world by storm is hosting its first-ever pop-up in Canada and lucky for us, Toronto is the chosen destination. The SHEIN Toronto pop-up is being held this weekend at stackt Market and here’s what it looks like.

The event showcases SHEIN’s fashion, beauty, and lifestyle products for the summer season, which shoppers can browse in-store and then order on the website or app.

The pop-up also features collections for men, kids, pets, and home, as well as the brand’s new purpose-driven collection called evoluSHEIN, which features items made with recycled and forest-friendly materials.

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There’s more to do than just shop at the SHEIN event. Visitors will also be able to get a press-on nail appointment with manicurists from Toronto’s TIPS Nail Bar + Beauty.

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And by participating in the activities at the pop-up, you’ll be given a discount and up to four complimentary gifts.

An award-winning DJ is providing the soundtrack on Friday, July 15, which is the opening day of the event.

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All of the products from the SHEIN pop-up will also be donated to New Circles Community Services, a grassroots Toronto-based agency that provides clothing and essential support for individuals living in poverty.

Given this brand’s popularity, this event is sure to draw a crowd. But, you can actually skip the line by booking your spot in advance on the Eventbrite page.

If the spots sell out, don’t worry. More will be added each day and some walk-ins will be accommodated too.

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The pop-up is located inside the market right next to the brand new Bark Yard, an off-leash dog park with a bar for pup parents to sip drinks.

With so many things to do this summer in Toronto, you can never have enough outfits!


Where: stackt market, 28 Bathurst St
When: July 15-17, 2022, 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.