Archival Toronto is a Toronto, ONT based fashion start-up that aims to “Empower the local creative community.”
Their goal is to make contemporary fashion history accessible in Toronto to inspire a new generation of creatives to continue pushing boundaries and find their voice in the ever-shifting fashion landscape.
Archival Toronto, known for their first of its kind bi-annual archive fashion focused pop-ups, brings rare and obscure archive fashion pieces from significant post-contemporary designers like Helmut Lang, Raf Simons, Rei Kawakubo and Martin Margiela, and makes them accessible to local collectors in a unique hyper curated way.
Archival Toronto is now moving towards organizing culturally significant events that can empower a greater sense of appreciation for fashion history in the hopes of building an empowered creative community, linked by mutual interest and is always hungry to learn and create.
Archival Toronto hosted the Canadian premiere of the documentary WE MARGIELA. Their events have been featured in top publications such as ELLE Canada, FASHION magazine, S/ Magazine and many more.