Sandwiched between the Entertainment District and Niagara, the Fashion District is a small slice of downtown Toronto with far more fantastic fashion outlets than rental apartments. This is where independent, local designers design, manufacture and sell their clothes, including one-off pieces, custom shoes and fabulous threads you won't find anywhere else. There are a few wholesale shops left here that sell clothing, footwear and accessories for deeply discounted rates. The norm, though, is expensive boutiques. And while the Entertainment District might be synonymous with Toronto's bar and nightclub scene, but the fact is that some of the city's best after dark clubs are now located in the Fashion District. In terms of living, the Fashion District is as pricey as some of its limited-edition wares. From Spadina on the eastern border to Bathurst on the west, and Queen Street West in the north and the Expressway as the southern border, the Fashion District might feature some good steals for your closet, but actually renting a spot to hang your new wardrobe could cost an arm and a leg.