Sydney’s was selected as one of Lance Chung’s top clothing destinations in Toronto.
In addition to being a very well-dress gentleman, Lance Chung is the former Editor of Sharp Magazine.
Read more in the Thompson Hotel blog.
Arriving in store for spring summer 2015, Feit’s handmade leather hand sewn shoes.
Founded by Australian brother’s Tull & Josh Price in 2005, FEIT is a neoluxury footwear and accessories company based in New York City.
FEIT’s minimal modern aesthetic emphasizes construction techniques and the quality of the materials used.
All FEIT products are handmade in limited volumes to ensure minimal environmental impact and maximum quality.
Watch a video of a Feit shoe being made by hand:
Image credits: Feit
Lang disappointedly left the fashion world and notoriously took the remainder of his fashion archives which consisted of 6,000 to 8,000 items of clothing, and shredded them up for his art.
“I don’t like to throw things away,” he says, “but I also have the ability to end chapters of my life”.
“That all got shredded with an industrial shredder,” he says, “without hierarchy.”
Showing for a limited time at the Sperone Westwater gallery in New York, Lang’s first art show features sculptures made out of repurposed fabric, zippers, and other materials that were salvaged from a fire at his studio in 2010.
Sydney’s was selected as one of Enroute Magazine’s Canada’s Top Clothing Shops.
Check out Enroute’s coast-to-coast tour of six of the nation’s outfitters, including Sydney’s, in the full article here
Credits: Enroute Magazine
One collection we always look forward to is Marni. Having worked with the brand for almost 6 years, we are huge fans of their structural and elegant designs. Their innovative and technical approach to menswear always surprises us with how they translate highly technical fabrics, construction and experimentation into pieces that are extremely wearable and integrate into any wardrobe.
Marni debuted its spring summer 2015 collection with French model Vincent LaCrocq as its campaign face. Vincent personifies the collection and the brand – a theme of the modern, contemporary (and probably artistic) man.
The new collection features a slew of rich colours, architectural separates and colour blocking.