My Canadian made, 1924 Singer sewing machine has become quite a celebrity at our Bayview Avenue pop up store. She’s been happily working on small alterations for customers and has caused quite a sensation, especially with our younger customers! She’s only there until Sunday (our last day in Bayview) so make sure you come and pay her a visit before she goes back home!
Shop for your perfect White Night Party outfit at UKDESIGNERSALE – check out the tantalizing selection of gorgeous dresses, jumpsuits, tops and pants at incredible prices that are just perfect for your special Summer event!
Yes we’re open today at our pop up location in Leaside!
Come and cool off in our newest pop up store in Leaside – the air con is amazing and the clothes fabulous! Plus we’re adding exciting new items everyday and ….. we have a complimentary chill out area for anyone overcome by shopping fatigue!
Mellow out in our stunning British fashions – open till 5pm today!
It’s our last day today but we’re still opening up new and exciting boxes of fabulous British fashion samples! And if you’re unfortunate to miss this sale – we’re opening up our 4 week pop up fashion store in Bayview this Friday!
..and visit our Summer pop up sale in the Tudor Room (Mezzanine floor) starting Tuesday at 11am!
After an exciting fashion fuelled weekend in Richmond Hill, UKDESIGNERSALE will be back next Tuesday and Wednesday at The Royal York Hotel with another bumper sale and exciting selection of one of a kind styles. Be sure to pop in to our pop up sale!
…and we have one to follow at the Royal York Hotel, downtown Toronto:
Only one week away for the big event – Sheraton Parkway, Richmond Hill – 14th & 15th June.
We’re so excited! Our brand new Summer 2019 stock will debut on the 14th-15th June at The Sheraton Parkway Hotel and on 25th-26th June at The Royal York Hotel – can’t wait to see you all there!
Our brand new Summer 2019 delivery is about to touch down in Toronto (stay posted for up and coming dates), so we wanted to give you a little taster of what’s trending right now in our home city of London, England:
‘Six years after the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, which killed 1,138 garment workers, fashion clothing and footwear is still being made by some of the poorest, most overworked and undervalued people in the world’.
Fashion Revolution week is bringing attention to this problem – Last year, 3.25 million people took part during the week to ask, #WhoMadeMy Clothes? That question, when a brand is tagged on social media with the hashtag #WhoMadeMyClothes?, has already resulted in major change within the industry.
Make sure you know where your fashion is coming from….