Kingpin Chic is back!
The Toronto School for Gentlemen is an ongoing series of workshops on the art of living an elegant life, focusing on skills in dress, hygiene, etiquette, entertaining, conversation and more. In other words, a 21st century finishing school for men. Our first session takes place Monday, September 30 at 8pm. “How to assemble an outfit”Continue reading “Toronto School For Gentlemen Now Open – Enroll Now!”
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! 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 bakeliteContinue reading “Kingpin’s Hideaway Ladypin Pin Up for July – Ms. Bridgette Jean!”
Kingpin’s Hideaway is now on the ballot for consideration as the both the Best Men’s Clothing Store in Toronto and the Best Vintage Clothing Store in Toronto! It is, of course, a great honour to even be put on the ballot and doubly special as men’s vintage often gets short shrift in the fashion andContinue reading “Kingpin’s Hideaway on the Ballot for Best Vintage Clothing Store In Toronto”
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”