Massimo Dutti makes its Toronto debut

As the makeover of the Toronto Eaton Centre continues, new stores have been popping up at the mall continuously – including one new boutique which represents the first Canadian location of a prominent global brand.

Fashion chain Massimo Dutti opened a classy boutique on the third level of the busy downtown shopping hub on August 30, and the day before, members of the media got an exclusive sneak peek.

The classy store features both men’s and women’s apparel and accessories. The merchandise is dressy and upscale, yet affordable, geared towards urban, contemporary and sophisticated professionals.

Massimo Dutti, founded in Spain in1985, began as a men’s fashion business. It was acquired by global fashion distribution house Inditex Group in 1991, and launched a women’s line soon after. The company now operates nearly 600 stores in 53 markets around the world.

The Toronto store is organized nicely. In both the men’s and women’s departments, the collections are divided into two lines: casual and formal. While there’s plenty of merchandise to peruse, it’s displayed in a way that’s easy to explore.

If you decide to check out the new boutique, be warned: you’ll be greeted by a large white horse statue at the front of the store. But don’t let that overshadow the plethora of fashionable finds that lie behind it.



Filed under Boutiques, Clothing Lines, Fashion, Shopping Hubs

2 responses to “Massimo Dutti makes its Toronto debut

  1. It’s great seeing all the new shops we’re getting in the Eaton Centre, Yorkdale, Vaughan Mills, etc. There is so much more to pick from–bring it on. And is there a style gene in Spain or what?

  2. It’s true – everytime I go to these malls there are new stores to check out, I can hardly keep up! And you’re right, there’s got to be something in the Spanish water. The talent coming from that country is impressive!

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