The Weekend To-Do: We’re hitting up holiday sales in Toronto and Edmonton, dancing to DJs in Montreal and finally seeing Anna Karenina
December is here and with it comes the inevitable wind chills and flurries. Brace yourself against such unpleasantries with a warehouse full of tights, a Russian love affair and a mug of Glühwein. From Montreal to Edmonton, here’s what we’re up to this weekend.
Philip Sparks Holiday Shop
Shop Toronto-based designer Philip Sparks’ bowties, scarves, leather wallets and more for that special someone at 25 per cent off tonight. Bonus: Receive an extra $25 credit when you spend $100 on a gift card.
Nov. 30, 6pm-9pm
162 Ossington Ave., Toronto
Your Favourite Warehouse Sale
Leggings, tights, socks are all necessary winter basics. Personally I can’t wear black opaque tights enough (I’m wearing some right now). Stock up with up to 75 per cent off at this massive warehouse sale from the largest Canadian distributor of Hue.
Nov. 30, 10am-7pm and Dec. 1, 10am-2pm
70 Wingold Ave., Toronto
Peer Pressure Seventh Heaven
Cabaret Underworld, 1403 St. Elisabeth St., Montreal.
So Pretty Jewelry Annual Holiday Trunk Show
Edmontonians can shop local this Sunday at the So Pretty Jewelry Trunk Show. They’ve partnered with Coup Garment Boutique, Lux Beauty Boutique, Cerulean Boutique and Duchess Bake Shop for an all-Alberta pop-up extravaganza.
Dec. 2, 11am-5pm
10750 124th St., Edmonton
Toronto Christmas Market
The Distillery District kicks off a two-week long Christmas market tonight with a performance by Canadian soprano Measha Brueggergosman. This traditional festival is inspired by the street-market festivals of 15th century Germany, so you can expect carolers a singing, a 45-foot tall tree a twinkling and plenty of Glühwein a flowing.
Nov. 30 to Dec. 16
Time to don your finest furs. The most recent adaptation of this epic love story opens tonight and stars Keira Knightley and Jude Law. What’s Russian for amahzing?