This month, we’ve collaborated with the Vancouver-based Wallace Mercantile Shop to deliver menswear recommendations that combine local penchants with designs from around the globe.
When four friends, set out to reinvent the notion of sustainable menswear, they did so by simplifying an otherwise convoluted conversation into a single overarching principle: create clothes that transcend time not only in their construction but also through their design.
We’ve compiled a selection of autumn items from luxury labels that were founded upon a more holistic commitment to environmentally conscious practices, producing menswear collections that offer sustainability without sacrificing style.
A list of great electric bicycles for different environments and situations for the active, tech-loving Canadian.
With many labels releasing larger capsules than ever before and consumers clamouring to reinvigorate their wardrobes, finding the standout pieces from this season is a particularly daunting task
Vancouver-based painter Joon Lee shares his process, the emotional connection between colour and form, and how he bridges authenticity and artistry.
When travelling to the sublime corners of the country, hikers can equip themselves as exceptionally as the scenery itself. 11 items to help you transition seamlessly from the city to the backwoods in gear that connects form and function.
“I am so grateful to represent Canada and can feel the support from Canadians around the world.”
Dressing for a summer off the dock can be a delicate balance between elegance and function, but that doesn’t mean finding the perfect items to set sail with should be an anxiety-inducing endeavour. In fact, quite the opposite.
Whether you’re a long-time enthusiast or new to the sport, quality craftsmanship, innovation, and attention to the details should top your list of priorities when searching for the perfect ride.
As the fashion world expands globally, creative overlap has become inevitable as the barriers of entry that once made the industry so exclusive are deconstructed, allowing a more diverse tapestry of designers to debut.
Now, with the release of its acclaimed Championship Collection this past January, New Regime has once again proven that its place at Canada’s high-fashion table never required an outside invitation.
For decades, Charles was ridiculed for his concerns over climate change.
Badu founded his eponymic label in 2015 during his freshman year of college with the singular resolve to pioneer a postgender revolution.
In the saturated streetwear market, HXOUSE’s own Joey Gollish and his signature label, Mr. Saturday, have found sustainable success.
From emerging talents to those firmly established in the industry, each of the following artists offers Canada’s young professionals accessibility to the highest expositions of culture.