It may only be February but brighter days are well on their way in NUVO’s neck of the woods. The rain is starting to feel more nurturing than numbing, the lighting more halcyon than halogen, and the clothing more sultry than somber. Here are seven essential menswear items for this shoulder season.
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.
Viberg works with small, old-world manufacturers, including family-run tanneries across Europe.
Daniel Torjman, founder of 18 Waits, designs his made-in-Canada menswear line to stand up to a lifetime of wear.
In 2015, Mario Rigby left everything he knew to set off across Africa on foot. Two years later, he returned to Canada to redefine what it means to be a modern-day adventurer.
Designer Mike-Paul Neufville is a car mechanic turned bespoke tailor whose brand, Mike-Paul Atelier, is attracting attention in his adopted hometown of Toronto and beyond.
Sustainability has become one of the most important words in the fashion world’s vocabulary, and for good reason.
Tie-dye has been around for hundreds, if not thousands, of years, but it’s never been as much a part of high fashion as it is right now.
Summer is here, and these designers have you covered, from WFH sweats to technical jackets, and (of course) face masks.