Julie Sweater FLASH SALE!


The brand new Julie Sweater by Palette, our in-house line, is NOW $20 OFF during our limited-time flash sale!


The Julie Sweater is a wonderful piece to build any ensemble with! Its fabric is silky smooth and cozy at once! It has a generous stretch and fits comfortably, with a flared waist that gives it a lovely draped effect.

This beautiful winter sweater is available in 8 different solid colours and proudly made right here in Toronto!


To shop & save online, simply enter our special promocode at the checkout on our webstore:





Enjoy some great savings during our Snow Day Flash Sale, happening online and in-stores!


To shop & save online, use our special promocodes at the checkout:


(for $150 purchases)



To shop & save online, use our special promocodes at the checkout:

(for $300 purchases)


Stay warm out there!

These holiday gift ideas & goodies are only available at our boutiques!

Have you been browsing our webstore for holiday

gift inspiration lately?


We have even more goodies at our 3 Toronto boutiques, where

you’ll find the following:


  • Handcrafted jewellery by Canadian designers


  • Funky socks in cheeky, unusual and Canadian motifs


  • Adorable tees and sweatshirts for guys and gals


  • Quality, long-lasting cosmetics from LipSense


  • Organic, artisanal bath and beauty products made in Ontario


  • Hats, scarves and gloves


Choose from bold, elegant, subtle and cheery designs, brought to you

by our in-house line, Bauble, Toronto’s Torched Studio, and more!

Pamper yourself or leave a lovely Bridlewood Soaps surprise for

someone special under the tree this holiday!

Available online!

Made in Orangeville, Ontario, this line of luscious bath & beauty

products is artisanally crafted using fine, natural ingredients.

Available online!

Choose from soaps, bodywhips, facial oils and masks!⠀

 Keep warm with a wider assortment of toques, pom poms, gloves,

shawls and wool hats for winter, with a wider selection available in


Or if you’re looking to buy gifts for your guy, grab a cute warm tee or

sweatshirt from Toronto’s FunkD label!

They also make hats!

Plus tons of 8-12 hour long-lasting lipsticks and gorgeous eye-



Visit us at our Roncesvalles, Queen East and

Kensington Market locations to get in on the




Style Profile: Nicki Iskander

Redhill Pullover – Chilly by Neon Buddha; Earrings by Toronto’s Torched Studio label

Name: Nicki Iskander
Occupation: Massage Therapist
Age: Older than I look
Lifestyle: Gym. Work. Concerts. Repeat.


What’s a typical day like for you?


I like to start each day with movement. Whether it’s yoga, biking around the city, or a hardcore strength-training session, being physically active prepares me for whatever comes my way.


After a long day of massaging clients, my night typically ends one of three ways: at a concert (I’m addicted to live music), in the bathtub with a podcast, or passed out on the couch halfway through an episode of Archer.


Redhill Pullover – Chilly by Neon Buddha; Earrings by Toronto’s Torched Studio label


What in your life is really important to you?


Is it wrong that my cats came to mind before my family?


Aside from the typical stuff – family, friends, music, laughter – what matters most is that I live my life in a way that would make my dad proud. He passed away last year and was also an entrepreneur.


This year, my home massage studio has been my top priority… but also my cats.


Celeste Dress – Black Roses by Toronto’s Desserts and Skirts; Earrings by Toronto’s Torched Studio label


What would you like to be remembered for?


This is going to sound contrived, but I swear it’s true. I want to be remembered for making people feel good. That and my righteous puns.


How would you describe your general style?


Bright colours. Bold patterns. Band tees. ALL of the animal print. You know that person who’s always wearing the loudest outfit in the room? That’s me.


Celeste Dress – Black Roses by Toronto’s Desserts and Skirts; Earrings by Toronto’s Torched Studio label


You haven’t always been a massage therapist. How did you transition from your previous job?


It’s true! Massage therapy was a dramatic shift in careers. After a decade in the music industry, I grew tired of working for The Man (and working for men!). I decided to go back to school and massage therapy checked off all the right boxes.


I researched the best schools, applied for a government grant, made the commitment to excel at the program, and graduated as valedictorian. Now I’m a proud entrepreneur, contributing to a female-dominated industry, focusing on empowering women to put themselves first. Girl power!


Fleur Dress – Teal Flowers by Toronto label Mandala; Earrings by Toronto’s Torched Studio label


What role does fashion play in your life?


Fashion to me is the best way to make a statement without saying a word. My friend and I used to play a game where we would guess a person’s favourite band based on their shoes alone. You’d be surprised how often we were right!


But seriously, wearing a quality piece that fits juuuuust right can elevate my mood all day. When I feel comfortable and confident, there’s very little that can get in my way.


Fleur Dress – Teal Flowers by Toronto label Mandala; Earrings by Toronto’s Torched Studio label


For other professionals out there who really want to start their own business but feel stuck in a rut, what advice would you offer?


Be realistic. Is there a market for what you’re selling? If yes, go for it! But first, get a handle on your finances. Most new businesses don’t turn a profit in their first year and, let’s face it, Toronto is expensive!


You need to have some serious savings or some way of earning money while you build your empire. There’s no shame in working part-time or having a side hustle to make ends meet. Running my own business has been more time-consuming and costly than I ever could have imagined, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.


Also, get a mentor! Find someone who has succeeded at what you want to achieve and mimic them. I found a fabulous business coach one month after opening my home massage studio and it’s the best decision I could have made.


Lastly, stand behind your business. When you believe in what you do, your product or service will well itself.


Fleur Top – Purple Flowers by Mandala; Straight Leg Jeans – Black by Toronto’s Brenda Beddome; Earrings by Toronto’s Torched Studio label


What do you love about shopping at Fresh Collective?


You mean aside from the plethora of high-quality, unique pieces made by independent Toronto designers? Or the fact that it’s woman-owned and operated? I love that we’re both in the business of making women feel good.


Fleur Top – Purple Flowers by Mandala; Straight Leg Jeans – Black by Toronto’s Brenda Beddome; Earrings by Toronto’s Torched Studio label


What do you have that you want to promote?


I’m a Registered Massage Therapist with a women-only home studio in the charming southwestern Toronto neighbourhood of Parkdale. I provide a body-positive, trans-friendly space that caters to busy women in the west end. Whether you need to relax, tame some pain, or just get a break from the stresses in life, I’ve got your back (literally!).


Una Jacket – Oil Painting – Purple by our in-house label, Palette by Laura-Jean; Teri Reversible Top – Crimson by Arianne; Straight Leg Jeans – Black by Toronto’s Brenda Beddome; Earrings by Toronto’s Torched Studio label


What do you love most about the work you do?


I love that massage therapy is both physically demanding and intellectually stimulating. My job motivates me to stay healthy and to never stop learning or improving.


But most of all, I love making people feel better. I’m often the best part of someone’s day! How many people get to say that about their job? Selfishly, I also love that I get paid to listen to Otis Redding all day.


Una Jacket – Oil Painting – Purple by our in-house label, Palette by Laura-Jean; Teri Reversible Top – Crimson by Arianne; Straight Leg Jeans – Black by Toronto’s Brenda Beddome; Earrings by Toronto’s Torched Studio label


Is there anything else we should know about you?


I’m the Captain of a Simpsons Trivia team! We just celebrated eight years as a team and you can find us at the Cadillac Lounge every month, boning up on our nerd lessons.


I also have two friendly cats named Dave Grohl and Marla Singer who greet my clients at the door. Technically, I’m their tenant.


Where can people find you on social media?


Facebook: @nicki.rmt
Instagram: @nicki.rmt
Website: www.nickirmt.com


Our FIG Clothing GIVEAWAY starts TODAY!

Our FIG Clothing Giveaway Draw has begun!


Until October 5th, enter one ballot per each piece of FIG apparel you try on at Fresh Collective, and you could win $100 worth of FIG Clothing!


This giveaway is IN-STORES ONLY, so drop on by any of our 3 Toronto locations to try on some FIG pieces and enter for your chance to win!


FIG Clothing is a Quebec-based line of versatile, ultra-comfy, hassle-free designs that are perfect for travelers and ethical consumers!


* Enter to win until October 5th
* Enter one ballot per every FIG piece of apparel tried on
* Entries to win may be done in-person only
* Giveaway winner will be awarded $100 worth of FIG Clothing
* Winner will be drawn at random from ballot box


Fundraiser for A Roof Over Their Heads

Shop in person or online and 15% of your sale will go to raise funds for an apartment for a lovely Syrian family of 3. 


In person, let Fresh Collective’s awesome staff know your purchase is part of the

“A Roof Over Their Heads” Fundraiser. 

Online, use promocode FUNDROOF to make sure your purchase is designated as part of the fundraiser.


Learn more about this family here. You can also make a direct donation at this link.


The LOLA JEANS September Giveaway is happening now!

The LOLA JEANS September Giveaway is

happening now!



From September 4th – 17th ENTER OUR LOLA

JEANS GIVEAWAY in-store or online for your

chance to WIN A FREE PAIR OF DENIMS from

Lola Jeans!


Come to any of our 3 Toronto locations to check

out our stock & enter to win in-person!




Enter an EXTRA BALLOT for every pair of Lola

Jeans you try on in-store!


Subscribe to our mailing list to be entered for the Lola Jeans Giveaway online!


* Indicates required





*Entries close September 17, 2018 at 11:59PM


*Random ballot drawing determines the winner


*Free pair to be selected by the winner from our stock


Surprise FLASH SALE on NEW ARRIVALS! $10 Fresh Bucks, just for YOU!

We’re excited as always about our incoming fall

fashions, so we’d like to give you a chance to

get in on them early with some FABULOUS


Grab your fall faves with an EXTRA $10 Fresh

Bucks BONUS!

Spend in-store or online!


To redeem in-store, print or show on your mobile device.

To redeem online, use the promocode FALL10


* Minimum $100 purchase required
* Only valid on NEW ARRIVALS
* Valid until August 31st

Style Profile: Lisa McLatchie

Name: Lisa McLatchie

Occupation: Personal Stylist

Age: 41

Elle Top – Teal (NOW 50% OFF!) by Toronto’s Studio Fresh; Necklace by Canadian jewellery label Curious Oddities

You used to work as a TV reporter! Why did you decide to change course and go into the business of personal styling?


I have always loved shopping and using clothing/outfits to express who I am. My colleagues were always asking me where I’d purchased a certain piece or would compliment my outfit, and then ask me to go shopping with them to help them purchase new pieces and put outfits together.


I quickly realized I loved doing that way more than reporting on the local news, so I quit and started my Personal Styling business. That was back in 2008 and I’ve never regretted that decision for a second.


And Sleeveless Dress – Gold Fish (NOW 50% OFF!) by Toronto’s Studio Fresh

Do you advise women on their seasonal palettes and body types?


I used to do that early on, but not as much anymore.


I obviously choose clothing for women that will make them look and feel their best, but try to avoid these types of “rules” as I think they are kind of outdated and just make women obsess even more about what they can and cannot wear.


What is one universal “fashion sin” we all commit that you’d like banned forever?




What sort of services do you offer? Are your services open to men, children or teens?


I offer a variety of services that I like to customize to the client. And yes, I work with men and have worked with some teenagers as well. No children, though.


Where can we find you on social media?


Business Page: lisamclatchiepersonalstylist

Facebook Group: thestylesociety

Instagram: lisamclatchie


Sunny Dress – Digital Linen (NOW 50% OFF) by Toronto’s Studio Fresh; Jewellery by Toronto label Torched Studio



How would you define your own style? Which considerations dictate your clothing purchases?


I’d say my style is something akin to ‘Suburban Chic’ with some sort of twist/quirk. I don’t want to look like everyone else. I love texture, details, colour, prints and patterns, and it’s important to me that my clothes make me feel happy and excited to wear them.


When it comes to making a clothing purchase, I want the item to be functional for my lifestyle as a Personal Stylist and busy Mom, but I also want it to say something about my personality. And it should also be able to work with pieces I already own in my wardrobe.


What do you love about shopping at Fresh Collective?


I love that the pieces are unique, ethically produced, and that when I am shopping there, I am supporting local business.


There are plenty of women who feel stuck in a rut and would like to transition towards a different career path. As someone who’s taken the journey, any advice? 🙂


Oooh, that’s a tricky one. I am a “leap before you look” kind of girl who believes everything will work out, so I would just say go for it! As cliche as it sounds, life is too short and you will regret the things you didn’t do.


Sweetheart Dress by Blue Platypus Clothing (SOLD OUT!); Jewellery by ZSISKA

I feel like I’ve already figured out which colours and cuts look good on me in general. Can I still benefit from your styling services?


Of course! I think most women already instinctively know which colours make them look good and which cuts flatter them most. The majority of my clients do. What they struggle with, though, is putting complete outfits together.


For example, they may know they love that skirt, but when it comes to what top to wear, whether it needs a layering piece, what sorts of footwear to match it with, or accessories – that is where they get stuck. And that is what I love to do!


I love showing women new ways to wear what they have as well as new pieces they can get to make the most of their wardrobe. And how to wear everything in a variety of ways. That’s my area of expertise.


Dress (SOLD OUT!) by Toronto’s Studio Fresh

You’ve actually received career coaching from our very own CEO, Laura-Jean! How did she help you with your styling business?


She has helped me in SO many ways! From structuring my service offerings, to making tweaks to my systems and operations, to keeping me focused when I get “shiny object syndrome”. She has been a great mentor and cheerleader who has now become a dear friend.