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The bright cyan and magenta-colored building of Chandan Fashion can be easily spotted in the heart of Gerrard Street. The boutique store hosts an extensive collection of women’s wedding sarees, lehengas and other wedding outfits for both men and women as well as casual and evening wear apparel in gorgeous, sparkling Indian designs and brilliant colors. Specializing in outfits that blend tradition with modernity, you’re bound to find unique and innovative fashion wear. Also make sure you check out the stunning designs on their Instagram account.

Chandan Fashion was founded in 1985 by Sarabjeet and Jatinder Pal Singh. Sarabjeet came to Winnipeg to study nursing. Originally from Punjab, India, Sarabjeet and Jatinder Pal met in Canada and they were married in Winnipeg in 1984. They started their first business in the Gerrard India Bazaar in 1985. In 1988 they rented and then in 1991 they purchased the building where Chandan Fashion is now located. The rest is history! Chandan Fashion sells stunning bridal wear including hand made lehengas and cholis, designer brand evening wear and casual wear. Chandan Fashion is a landmark of the Gerrard India Bazaar and has been featured in the Toronto Star, Globe and Mail and the New York Times.

Chandan Fashion offers custom-made and exclusive collections of ethnic dresses and matching accessories creating an unparalleled and a grand experience for its customers for their wedding, parties, and bridal occasions. Located on Gerrard Street in Toronto, the store has been offering bridal wear, party wear, ethnic basic wear and accessories to consumers for over 30 years.



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1439 Gerrard St E, Toronto, ON M4L 1Z7, Canada


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