Here’s Where to Shop Toronto Essentials Online

Netflix and shop anyone?

Toronto’s got no shortage of stylish shops and talented makers, but hunting down that “Toronto vs. Everybody” shirt can get exhausting. We’ve rounded up some essential Toronto shops that you can browse from the comfort of your couch. Enjoy.

No Fun

With a passion for pessimism, No Fun has been hustling their brand in their west-end Toronto studio since 2011. Well known for collaborating with designers, indie brands and artists alike for a plethora of patches, pins and pessimistic clothing pieces. You may recognize their “Eat Shit” socks and “Anti-You” patches around the city on some of the coolest kids you know.


Kid Icarus | 205 Augusta Av.

Located in Kensington Market, this screen print studio and retail shop offers indie-contemporary crafts by repping items made by local Torontonian artists. Dreamy greeting cards, gift-wrap and original hand-printed items are just a few of the many paper products you can find at their shop.

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Yo Sick

Prashat Gopal created Yo Sick in 2009 as a way to share creative projects with friends. Today the zine has grown into a wonderful online shop featuring cool totes, ice cream pins, pizza patches, pretty prints and more to inspire your inner artist.

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Peace Collective

You may recognize this brand from the “Toronto vs. Everybody” shirts recently spotted on our beloved Jays (which in recent months as also conjured up some controversy). The Peace Collective its known for its Toronto-centric clothing line that supports “Breakfast for Learning” — as with every item sold the proceeds go to feeding Canadian kids in breakfast programs. Do yourself (and your community) some good by purchasing their apparel today.

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Spacing | 401 Richmond St. W.

Toronto map wallets, TO neighborhood pennants and even Metropass guitar picks are some of a few of the unique finds you can nab on the Spacing’s online shop. Spacing started out as a magazine, featuring quarterly publications that can be delivered right to your doorstep!


Labour of Love | 223 Carlton St.

From luxe jewelry to natural skincare and even cottage-inspired trinkets, this shop in Cabbagetown is perfect for finding a great gift for your next birthday/house-warming/wedding and whatever else your friends invite you to this summer sixteen.

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Untitled & CO | 214 Bathurst St.

What started as a photography project in 2006 by co-founders Cameron Wilson and Chloe Sam-McGrath, has evolved into a high-end street wear collection with everything from cropped tees to gold chains and the sexiest of bras. Shop your heart’s content with the crisp layout of their fantastic online shop.

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Smoke + Ash | 644 Queen St. West

Clean, fresh and simple are a few of the words to describe this ever-so aesthetically pleasing shop located on Queen West. Smoke + Ash offers up a variety of contemporary clothing, aromatic apothecary as well as home and lifestyle goods that any young urban professional would definitely drool over.


Nomad | 819 Queen St. W.

This Toronto menswear boutique located on Queen West presents an impressive online shop featuring a collection of international brands such as Comme des Garçons, Levi’s, Gitman Vintage and more. Treat yourself to some luxury today.

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