10 Toronto Streetwear Brands that aren’t OVO Clothing


Shop Local. Not just OVO Clothing, though.

We love OVO clothing as much as the next person, but there’s so much going on in Toronto’s streetwear scene right now. We’ve got our eyes on some exciting anniversaries and upcoming collection drops.  Here’s a list of our favourite brands, a combination of well-known names and exciting up and comers.

#10 Uncle Otis Clothing

Uncle Otis is more of a store than a streetwear brand, but it’s had a lasting impact on Toronto streetwear.

In its 20+ years of business, Uncle Otis remains committed to carrying a large collection of Canadian brands alongside their international pieces.

Visit their website!

Visit the Yorkville store:

26 Bellair St.
Toronto, ON
M5R 2C7

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#9 Peace Collective

Streetwear and social impact. 

Not only are their designs on point, every garment sold provides 2 meals to a Canadian child in need.

Visit their website!

Visit their store:

131 Ossington Avenue
Toronto , ON

#8 Life & Wisdom

Life & Wisdom is all about familiarity.

We think they’re the perfect blend of iconography and local references.

Visit their website!

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#7 No Fun Press

Toronto’s negativity experts.

Along with their clothing, No Fun Press has an impressive selection of pins and patches that share the same messaging.

Visit their website!

#6 Irr Lu

The one to watch. 

Irr Lu is a business that was born through the Remix Project, an arts and culture incubator for Toronto youth. We love seeing the next generation making their mark on this city and this is only the beginning for Irr Lu.

Visit their website!

White Jaguar Crewneck M. @irwlu P. @burukearly

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#5 Committee Members

A visual representation of Toronto’s multiculturalism.

This streetwear brand is a nod to the city’s unique cultural identity. Committee Members incorporates many design elements from the immigrant diaspora in Toronto.

Committee Members is dropping a new collection this Saturday, March 31st.

Visit their website!

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#4 Legends League Sweat Shop

More than meets the eye. 

Streetwear is only one of this brand’s many talents. The team consists of photographers, recording artists, and visual artists – you’ll notice that the brand’s projects reflect this.

Legends League is celebrating its 3 year anniversary today – the festivities are taking place at Apt 200 on March 28th for a special anniversary party.

Visit their website!

Visit their shop:

9 Camden St.

Toronto, ON
M5V 1V2

#3 Get Fresh Company

For those that want to get noticed. 

The unique designs and unforgettable logo will make sure you’re the centre of attention. We are loving their SS18′  collection: Palm Tree Dreams. 

Visit their website!

Visit their store:

498 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON

M5V 2B3

#2 Untitled&Co.

Local. Fair Trade. Sustainable. Real. 

Similar to Peace Collective, this brand styles the city’s trendsetters while giving back to its community.

Visit their website!

Visit their store:

438 Queen St. West

Toronto, ON
M5V 2A8
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#1 Manic Supply

The wait is almost over. 

The next drop is only a few weeks away! We’ve got a good feeling about this one, Manic never disappoints.

Visit their website!

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We hope you enjoyed our list of Top 10 Toronto-based streetwear brands! This article was inspired by Infinity Online‘s guide for Streetwear Brands in Toronto.

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