The main feature at this unique design store, Ms. Emma Designs, located on College Street in Toronto, is the use of ... More
Ms. Emma Designs
The main feature at this unique design store, Ms. Emma Designs, located on College Street in Toronto, is the use of one-of-a-kind fabric to handcraft one-of-a-kind clothing for women. The skirts, dresses, blouses and jackets, mostly made from silk or wool, aren't mass-produced and you'll rarely find two of the same design on the shelf. See website for Montreal and Italy locations.
The store on Harbord St. is extraordinary. It has a lax atmosphere with antique couches and friendly sales staff. The fabrics are unique and each purchase is custome fit. I usually hate shopping,crowded malls are not my idea of fun, now i know where to go.
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