Montreal-based fashion retailer Garage has debuted a pop-up in Downtown Toronto, which includes the first-ever GARAGE FOR ALL unisex apparel collection.
The brand debuted the unisex initiative online in November and with shop-in-shops throughout the chain, with the new Toronto pop-up having a section of the store featuring the line.
The design of the pop-up includes a ‘See it, Scan it, Shop it’ format, with the online inventory synced with the in-store offerings. It also features an intricate mural from Paris & Montreal-based artist Delphine Dussoubs (aka dalkhafine).
Garage is part of Groupe Dynamite, a Montreal-based company with two brands in the portfolio, Garage and Dynamite and operates more than 340 stores in worldwide and employs more than 5000 people.
Garage has opened the pop-up at 330 Queen Street West, which has been home to long-term tenants in the past, including an 8-year run with G Star Raw, from 2012 to 2020. Buffalo David Bitton also called this space home in the late 2000’s.
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