Canada’s Sharpest Man reflects on the state of men’s fashion and how his brand can offer the wardrobe essentials of the future
Yes, you can add a feminine touch to your look, even if you’re a straight man
A Vancouver-based brand aims to make at-home shopping a lot more fun than the usual browse-and-buy
Jesus Chavez talks about why he launched an accessories line amid the pandemic — and why less is more
The Calgary-based firm offers eye-catching accessories, but its community-building efforts deserve just as much attention
An emerging Toronto designer takes a page from a famous Evelyn Waugh novel for a collection titled, ‘Both Directions At Once’
TikTok has become a place for publicly shaming Millennials for their fashion choices. Is loose and baggy the only alternative we have?
A men’s outfit generator aims to help take the guesswork out of matching items. I tried it out
Clothes once intended solely for hiking are becoming more high-end than ever. Should you upgrade?
As we enter year two of WFH, consider a garment made popular by icons ranging from Mr. Rogers to Kurt Cobain
Drinks by the Dram made me surprisingly reflective about the nature of consumption and giving
The case for reclaiming (and perhaps reframing) the notion of “Sunday Best” amid COVID-19
Bugatchi, Active Cashmere and others are trying to attract customers based on their technical differences.
Prada’s SS21 runway event might mark a turning point. And not necessary one in the right direction
We can’t end racism by shopping, but there’s still value in elevating and amplifying Black creators