Why shop at the same stores as everyone else this spring when you can stand out from the crowd? The Toronto Vintage Show is returning this spring and it’s the largest clothing sale of its kind in Canada.
This annual event is described as a “vintage lover’s paradise that features Canada’s largest sale of vintage clothing along with loads of vintage décor.”
The two-day event will span 40,000 square feet at Exhibition Place and will feature 125 vendors.
Among them is The Ian Drummond Collection, which is a major Toronto-based supplier of wardrobe for the most popular movies and television shows.
That includes shows like The Handmaid’s Tale, Schitt’s Creek, Riverdale, and the Academy Award-winning film The Shape of Water.
The Ian Drummond Collection will have a number of vintage wardrobe pieces for sale at the event, including a 1950s cherry red dress worn by Cheryl Blossom on season six of Riverdale.
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The clothing show will also feature a wide range of gender inclusive apparel, upcycled items, vintage décor and homewares.
That includes barware, vintage Pyrex, Mid Century modern items, vinyl records, quilts, lamps, vases, genie bottles, Victorian glassware, Blue Mountain Pottery, vintage artwork, and more.
This event takes place on the first weekend of April, so you can kick off the warmer months with some standout threads.
You can head to the Toronto Vintage Show’s website right now for a discount on admission.
When: April 1st, 10 AM to 6 PM & April 2nd, 10 AM to 5 PM
Where: Queen Elizabeth Building, Exhibition Place, 180 Princes’ Blvd
Cost: $15 per person