Underneath a Queen West vintage boutique, Kingpin’s Hideaway sells menswear “with balls” – Shop – November 2011 – Toronto

By Karolyne Ellacott For the next month, kingpins can get dressed here (Image: Karolyne Ellacott) Kingpin’s Hideaway is tucked away in the basement of Queen Street’s longstanding vintage boutique Cabaret. This pop-up shop for (mostly) men is the doing of Jonathan Hagey, a vintage collector offering up "Gentlemenswear. With Balls," or so the tagline goes. …

Kingpin Chic Mentioned in Blog TO

The opening of Kingpin's Hideaway, a pop-up haberdashery in Toronto, was mentioned in the local culture website, Blog TO. You can read about it here! Related articles Kingpins Hideaway Grand Opening Soiree - Popup Haberdashery On Queen St. West (kingpinchic.com) Kingpin Setting Trends at Toronto Fashion Week (kingpinchic.com) Kingpin Chic at Kingpin Chic Vintage Mens …

Kingpin Chic at Kingpin Chic Vintage Mens Clothing at Wychwood Barns Gadsden’s Toronto Vintage Clothing Show

By special request Kingpin Chic will be opening up our collection of fine gentleman's apparel one day only on Sunday, October 23, 2011 at the Gadsden’s Toronto Vintage Clothing Show Wychwood Barns located at 601 Christie Street Toronto, Ontario. The hours for the show are 11 am – 4:00 pm and admission for adults is …

Photoblog Feature – Toronto Verve

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! Classic! Playful! Snazzy! Hey, he looks familiar...