Fashion District: King & Spadina

Location

400 Wellington is located in the heart of the fashion district: bordered by Queen Street to the north, the Canadian National rail tracks to the south, Spadina Avenue to the east and Bathurst Street to the west. The Fashion District is known for its shops selling clothing straight from the manufacturers. It is bounded by four streetcar lines – the Spadina, Queen, King and Bathurst streetcars – connecting you to the Bloor-Danforth and Yonge-University-Spadina subway lines.

 

Activities

The Fashion District is a great place to get discounts on local fashions, fabrics, leathers and furs. There is a wide selection of bridal and fashion outlets for all of your shopping needs. Also, with its close proximity to the Toronto Entertainment District and the Harbourfront, there is plenty of entertainment and recreation nearby. This makes it an ideal location for work and play – with great restaurants, sporting venues, theatres, nightlife and many office buildings nearby.

 

History

Toronto’s Fashion District began to emerge in the 1920s, and used to be situated closer to the King Street & Spadina area. It used to be called “The Garment District” and was the centre for fashion and textiles. Many of the original buildings and store signs still stand today.

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