Looking Back At Toronto's Nite MRKT
This week we’re looking back at our last event at King Street West’s Spice Route Asian Bistro. Spice Route is one the premier Asian Bistro’s in Toronto and we had the honour of being invited to their Fashion Edition Nite Mrkt. Put on by Toronto’s own Ink Marketing with music by local duo Savage & She, the Nite Mrkt is quickly becoming a Toronto hotspot for those who know the city! The fashion edition featured our friends at Fresh Baked Bread Co. and their painstakingly curated collection of some of the world’s most promising up and coming brands.
Held every Thursday night at King Street hotspot Spice Route, Bruce & Kimiko's Nite Mrkt promises great things as we move into spring we're honoured to be included in the second edition.
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