Toronto-based shoe brand Sully Wong collaborates with the ONEXONE foundation on a charitable sneaker.
Toronto debuts its first men’s fashion week, putting it on the map with other fashion-focused world cities.
The Wilson family may just have spun more rayon into gold.
In a retail landscape pockmarked with shocking closures and sales slumps, this Montreal-based brand is one of the few national retailers actually prospering in the Canadian market.
The brand continues its mission to suit and boot the discerning gents of Toronto.
As the Bass Coast Festival issues a ban on war bonnets, here are some alternative headpieces that can’t be accused of cultural appropriation.