Kingpin’s Hideaway and Cabaret Vintage are both pleased to host the Velvet Parlour at this month’s edition of Electro Swing Club at Toronto’s Gladstone Hotel.
This Friday, August 17th, the Velvet Parlour will feature our curated vintage fashion in a photo booth experience; featuring many original and designer pieces from our current collection. Linger in the Velvet Parlour and perhaps pose in our vintage photography booth. Find out… What kind of man wears Kingpin?
Define your style this Friday in clothing from designers including Hugo Boss, Yves St. Laurent and Alexander McQueen and make your mark on the world.
Electro Swing Club is a monthly dance party fusing traditional swing with modern electronic beats à la Victrolacore! Friday evening will feature DeeJays, live acts, visuals, burlesque and a 1920s – 40s dress code.
TICKETS to Electro Swing Club will be available for $20 at the door or $15 if dressed in
Kingpins Hideaway Grand Opening Soiree
No longer do the men of Toronto need to fear dressing like an adult!
For one month only, Kingpin’s stylish collection of men’s vintage clothing will be available for purchase at the pop-up haberdashery, “Kingpin’s Hideaway” in the lower level of Cabaret at 672 Queen St. West, Toronto.
Hugo Boss, Yves St. Laurent and Alexander McQueen are among the many designers that share the rack with 60’s ‘Rat Pack’ tuxedoes, English silk ascots and Thomas Pink French cuff shirts. Vintage hats from Biltmore, Stetson and Borsalino are available in a variety of styles and sizes.
Grand Opening Carouse: Thursday, November 17th 2011 from 5 PM to 10 PM.
You can add youself on Facebook to the event by clicking here!
Nigel Hamid’s fantastic take on the Sartorialist’s format is a refreshing addition to the Toronto stylescape. His photos let us know that not all men in Toronto dress like baggy pants toddlers, but like the gentlemen they are. Enjoy these samples!
Francis: The 'Hugo Boss' Boss
Enrique Visiting from NYC
Nuit Blanche 2010: Jonathan, Kingpin Chic
Snazzy! Hey, he looks familiar…