Vintage Clothing Show – Gadsden’s at Wychwood Barns in Toronto April 14

Kingpin’s Hideaway is a vendor at Gadsden’s Toronto Vintage Clothing Show on Sunday April 14, 2013, where there will be more than 30 top Ontario and Quebec dealers in vintage fashion and textiles. The show is a highly successful and much-anticipated event on the Toronto vintage fashion scene. This show is all about great vintageContinue reading “Vintage Clothing Show – Gadsden’s at Wychwood Barns in Toronto April 14”

Sale of Note – Up To 50% Off at Winter Clearance Sale in the Kingpin’s Hideaway

From Thursday March 15th through to, and including, Monday March 19 Kingpin’s Hideaway is holding their Winter Clearance Sale with select items up to 50% off. Current stock includes dinner suits (tuxedos), Burberry and Aquascutum trench coats, Harris Tweed blazers, and Hugo Boss suits. Related articles Kingpin’s Hideaway: Dress Like a Man, It’s Better – Sociéte PerrierContinue reading “Sale of Note – Up To 50% Off at Winter Clearance Sale in the Kingpin’s Hideaway”

Vintage Clothing Show – Toronto Vintage Clothing and Textile Show & Sale, March 3rd, 2012

Kingpin’s Hideaway is very happy to participate in the 21st annual Toronto Vintage Clothing and Textile Show & Sale that raises money for cancer research with partial proceeds being donated to the Canadian Cancer Society. The 21st Annual Toronto Vintage Clothing and Textile Show & Sale is the premier annual vintage textiles and clothing showContinue reading “Vintage Clothing Show – Toronto Vintage Clothing and Textile Show & Sale, March 3rd, 2012”

Tartan Comes to the Hideaway – Getting Ready for Robbie Burns Suppers

Robbie Burns Suppers are held in late January to celebrate the best of Scottish culture as exemplified in the writings of Robert ‘Robbie’ Burns. To help the proper gentleman get in the spirit Kingpin’s Hideaway has tartaned up the place! Related articles Kingpin’s Hideaway Receives Notable Mention (kingpinchic.com) Kingpin’s Hideaway and All the Queen’s MenContinue reading “Tartan Comes to the Hideaway – Getting Ready for Robbie Burns Suppers”

Kingpin’s Hideaway: Dress Like a Man, It’s Better – Sociéte Perrier Review

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”