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Canada’s biggest vintage market returns to Toronto Apr. 1 and 2
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Canada’s biggest vintage market returns to Toronto Apr. 1 and 2


More than 125 featured at the spring edition of the Toronto Vintage Show

Vintage lovers will once again flock to Toronto Apr. 1 and 2 to search for sustainable, stylish pieces for their wardrobes and homes at Canada’s largest vintage show.

The biannual Toronto Vintage Show, now in its 11th year, will feature more than 125 vendors on a 40,000-square-foot show floor showcasing vintage clothing, homewares, decor and collectibles.

Photo: Tell Them Its Vintage/Toronto Vintage Show

The two-day show attracts a wide range of vintage enthusiasts and casual shoppers with its vendor mix comprised of more than 50 per cent clothing vendors as part of the Toronto Vintage Clothing Show, plus decor and collectibles specialists and sellers that bridge both fashion and decor (the decor offshoot was formerly known as the Toronto Antique & Vintage Market).

Photo: Cloud Girl Vintage/Toronto Vintage Show

A walk down the show aisles yields a fabulous array of covetable items: a range of gender-inclusive apparel, streetwear, barware, vintage Pyrex, mid-century modern items, upcycled pieces, vinyl records, vintage artwork, lamps, vases, Victorian glassware, Blue Mountain pottery and more.

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Among the vendors on site at The Toronto Vintage Clothing Show will be vintage stalwart The Ian Drummond Collection, which is a regular supplier for movies and TV shows produced in the area including Schitt’s Creek and The Shape of Water. Drummond will be bringing a 1950s cherry-red dress worn by character Cheryl Blossom on Riverdale, a Netflix series.

This Ian Drummond Collection dress from the Netflix series Riverdale will be at The Toronto Vintage Show. Photo: The Ian Drummond Collection/Toronto Vintage Show

The Toronto Vintage Show supports institutions such as Cambridge, Ont.’s not-for-profit Fashion History Museum, which accepts vintage clothing donations from across Ontario. The museum will sell off some of its excess inventory at the event this year, adding to the show's array of vintage items.

The event takes place in downtown Toronto at the Queen Elizabeth Building at Exhibition Place. Tickets for the event are $15, with discounted admission available at vintageshow.ca.

Follow @torontovintageclothingshow and @torontovintageshow on social media for updates and more information.

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