A new post written by Leah Morrigan on “The Key of He” blog features vintage Kingpin’s Hideaway items from the 1930s. Ms. Morrigan’s article discusses the key role that wardrobe played in the movie “The Sting” and you may read it here.
Among the Kingpin items featured are:
1930-era silk tie available at Kingpin’s Hideaway.
Snap-together composite and mother-of-pearl cuff links available at Kingpin’s Hideaway.
Dove grey beaver fur fedora.
Two-tone leather spectator / correspondents shoes.
Grey double-breasted wool jacket with oxblood pinstripe.
New Year’s Eve Outfit 2013 in Vintage Formal White Tie
New Year’s Eve Outfit – white cotton formal shirt with mother-of-pearl studs, white cotton bow tie, white cotton waistcoat, white wool tailcoat and white silk pocket square.
Christmas Day Outfit – 2013
Christmas Day Outfit – Burgundy silk shark skin smoking jacket with cream satin piping and pewter silk pocket square.
The Elegant Lady Welcomes You to Kingpin’s Hideaway – The Vintage Gentlemens Haven in Toronto
The Elegant Lady is looking to reward dapper gents for their first trip to Kingpin’s Hideaway. You may spot her approaching well-dressed gentlemen in downtown Toronto along King Street near John Street, or along Peter Street near Wellington.
The Elegant Lady from Kingpin’s Hideaway is Looking for a Few Dapper Men
Rewards for the lucky few: a personal invitation to visit the Hideaway with their own introduction card.
Will you be one of them?
The Elegant Lady from Kingpin’s Hideaway Looks Forward to Rewarding You for Your Style
The next in our series of pin ups in tribute to Alberto Vargas we present July’s Kingpin’s Hideaway’s Ladypin Pin up – Bridgette Jean!
“Darling, it’s too big to stick that in my pipe…”
Ms. July is clad in vintage velvet, wearing a mid-century oxblood velvet smoking cap and a Victorian oxblood velvet smoking jacket. She is holding a vintage briar bowl pipe with bakelite stem. Needless to say, Bridgette is smokin’.
Ms. June now graces the Kingpin’s Hideaway Queen Street West window display.
Photograph by Jennifer Toole – Hair by Amber Fairlie – Make-up by Bronwen Weiderick