Caring For Your Suit

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  Purchasing a suit is a deceptively complicated purchase. Cut, sizing, fabrics are all important questions and each opens up a multitude of questions on their own. As we work with clients on… Continue reading

Sydney’s Recommends: The Devil in the White City

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One of the best ways to relax is to kick back with a really great book. The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson is a recent favourite around here and we highly… Continue reading

New from Buddy Japan: The Bull Terrier

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Buddy Japan returns with the same understated and high quality design and construction that we have come to expect from the Japanese brand. The Bull Terrier just hit the shop floor and after… Continue reading

The Surprising Utility of Shoe Trees

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We’re proud to say that our customers take a thoughtful approach to their wardrobe and choosing which items to purchase. We also take an extremely thoughtful approach when choosing which items to carry… Continue reading

Dries Van Noten FW14: Rave to Renaissance

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We’re pleased to welcome the Fall Winter 2014 collection from Dries Van Noten to our shop. This season’s collection embraced “Rave and Renaissance,” and presented a different take on elements of ancient portraiture.… Continue reading

Sydney’s Suiting: For Any Occasion.

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Before Sydney opened his storefront on Queen St. West nearly 10 years ago, he produced custom suiting and later, denim. Suiting has always been a pillar of our storefront and we take great… Continue reading

The Bandana: A Wardrobe Staple

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One of our favourite items currently in our shop is the simple bandana. Its history is actually rooted in the United States’ fight for independence around 200 years ago. Initially used as a… Continue reading

The Sydney’s Guide to: Packing for the Cottage

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    While summer is winding down, there’s still plenty of time to get away from the cars, hurried crowds and often-congested air of the city and head to a cottage. Don’t get… Continue reading

Sydney’s Recommended: Men of the Cloth

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Last night we had the chance to watch a screening of Men of the Cloth at the Bloor Cinema. Men of the Cloth is an inspiring portrait of three humble and accomplished Italian… Continue reading

Inspiration: Josef Albers

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Josef Albers was a painter, printmaker, sculptor, designer, writer and teacher and is responsible for some of our favourite paintings of the 20th Century. Most famously, he produced a rigorous and sprawling exploration… Continue reading