Bring back Bemelmans.
There's never been an Armani in Toronto, at least, not in the 13 years I've lived here. There was an Emporio Armani years ago, but that's not the same thing darlings.Can't believe there's no Armani or Versace in Toronto anymore!
Sounds good, I'd welcome Simons to these parts (as long as we call it "Sea-Mons" not "Seye-Mons).Simons is ready to jump. It has developed a strong following in its home province, offering mid- to high-priced fashions that tend to suit customers' tastes by tracking sales patterns through technology. In this way it is quick to reorder the hits and dump the weak sellers.