October 14, 2016
We've collaborated with several talented artisans and curators to open The Uptown Popup in Toronto's upscale North Toronto neighbourhood.
We're having a launch party and you're invited! If you are in the area this Saturday, October 15th, we would love to see you there. The party runs from 5 pm to 9 pm. Join us for wine and cheese, beer and chips, and other sips and nibbles. Meet the makers, see the wares.
Get an exclusive first look at some of the new additions to AniZet Designs' product lines for the upcoming Spring 2017 season. We haven't shown these to anyone yet -- in fact, we only finished the prototypes this week. We can't wait to share these with you and we would love to hear your feedback.
2674 Yonge Street, on the northwest corner of Yonge Street and Lytton Boulevard in Toronto, midway between Eglinton Avenue and Lawrence Avenue, just north of Roots and kitty corner to Sporting Life. We have the space until October 31, and with a little luck through to the end of December.
We need your support. Please spread the word about The Uptown Popup to family, friends and anyone else who appreciates fine housewares. Use the hashtags #UptownPopup and #AniZetDesigns when sharing.
The Uptown Popup features the handiwork of a talented group of makers and curators.
That's us! We're featuring our Fish and Tutti Frutti table runner and tea towel collections, as well as our Les Pigeons de Paris tea towel collection. We also have our new line of Northern Friends pillows on display, which are available for pre-order.
Makers of gorgeous coffee and side tables, serving trays, chopping/butcher's blocks, media stations, candle holders and other home items from hardwood, live edge and exotic wood, Rowe Designs Studios also takes on custom projects. (Image courtesy ISpyVintage.)
Ruel Javier is always on the hunt for great vintage decor finds. While his tastes lean to mid-century style, he also has a soft spot for the eclectic and humorous. ispyvintage.tumbler.com. (Image courtesy ISpyVintage.)
Handmade jewelry and fine knitted goods. (Image courtesy ISpyVintage.)
Delightful fridge art and stocking stuffers made from wood and fabric. Lola's Pockets (Image courtesy Lola's Pockets.)
Greeting cards, old paper and other collectibles. (Image courtesy ISpyVintage.)
A photographer trained and based in New York, Jana Jackson is exhibiting large format prints of her recent "Negative Ions" series. (Image detail courtesy of the artist.)
The Uptown Popup's artist in residence. Born in Barcelona and raised in Edmonton, Jorge Molina now lives in Toronto working as an artist, actor and filmmaker. (Image courtesy ISpyVintage.)
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