Start at Yonge and Bloor after breakfast at Tiffany’s, the iconic seller of all that glitters. For logo luxe that’s just as sparkly, Louis Vuitton is sans pareil. Should Cartier’s facets fail to strike your fancy, the boutique boasts an array of accessories—belts, scarves, even fragrances—as classic as its diamonds. Across the street, Gucci and Hermès are neck-and-neck for best equestrienne; the former’s horsebit trademark is stamped on everything from sunnies to platforms, while the latter is renowned for elegant riding accoutrements. By lunchtime, you’ll want to rest aching feet in a pair of patent flats at Chanel, or just rest assured at Prada, knowing your purchases there are eternally stylish investments.
LOUIS VUITTON Spring 2009. Photography by Peter Stigter
First published in FASHION Magazine December 2008