Last fall Anne Caver of the blog life in the m lane dropped by the Kingpin’s Hideaway pop-up shop on Queen Street West in Toronto and wrote a fetching article about the experience – kingpin’s hideaway : where the vintage goes to play. The author even used one of the blouses she picked up, a silkContinue reading “Style Blog ‘life in the m lane’ Visits the Kingpin’s Hideaway”
Help Kingpin be named the sharpest man in Canada by voting here!! Few film events excite the sartorially inclined for reasons solely of style and clothing. But when they do… Bammo! The buzz about Baz Luhrmann‘s 3D film adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald‘s The Great Gatsby has been steadily growing among the dandy set sinceContinue reading “Fitzgerald, DiCaprio and Luhrmann – The Great Gatsby is Coming! (In 3D!!)”
It’s not about dressing like Draper (as in Don, y’know?) It’s about being dapper. Accoutrements are key, and being noticed by means of standing out as opposed to sticking out is where this rising trend is heading. So says Adam Mazerall’s latest article for Sociéte Perrier, an online guide to “the global enthusiast’s source forContinue reading “Kingpin’s Hideaway: Dress Like a Man, It’s Better – Sociéte Perrier Review”
The pop-up haberdashery Kingpin’s Hideaway is mentioned on Notable .ca as being notable on the Toronto scene. You may read the brief props here. Notable.ca prides itself on delivering the best in urban pleasures for the, “Young. Professional. Connected.” crowd, as their mantra goes. Thank-you, Notable, for the mention.
The Toronto Star honoured Kingpin’s Hideaway this past week by being included among the august body of upscale menswear stores found in the West Queen West art and design district in Toronto, Ontario. The article, by Derick Chetty, outlined the rise and concentration of British-styled menswear shops, “It’s unlike any other city I’ve been –Continue reading “Kingpin’s Hideaway and All the Queen’s Men – Toronto Star Review”