The Outnet and The Coveteur fête Toronto with two back-to-back parties
For those of us who sideline in online sale stalking, The Outnet is a mainstay. Launched in 2009 as the post-sale outlet for designer den Net-a-Porter, the site has morphed into a full fledged Mecca for designer discounts boasting insane slashes on over 200 brands including Valentino, Stella McCartney, Alexander Wang and its own in-house label, Iris & Ink, which serves as a head-to-toe top off collection for the all the rest of the site’s covetable wares.
Last week, a trio of stylish Outnet team members, including VP of global buying, Shira Suveyke descended upon Toronto to celebrate its tenth top market alongside the cool kids of The Coveteur, Erin Kleinberg, Stephanie Mark and Jake Rosenberg.
Beginning with a dinner at the Queen Street West restaurant Nyood, the websites co-hosted 40 Toronto media members and style-setting socials including Caillianne and Samantha Beckerman, Sylvia Mantella, Gracie Carroll and delightful Los Angeles transplant Meghan Markle, who films the hit show Suits in the city. Later that week on the summer-ready rooftop of the Thompson Hotel, they toasted once more, only this time getting raucous, with a stacked guest list of local It bloggers and party girls. Lasting way past its 9pm end time, guests including Style Panel members Christina Cravero, Nicole Wilson, Alexandra Nikolajev, Leah Gust and Krystin Lee toasted designer discounts (and gift bags with gift cards) towards twilight.