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”
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.Continue reading “Underneath a Queen West vintage boutique, Kingpin’s Hideaway sells menswear “with balls” – Shop – November 2011 – Toronto”
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 isContinue reading “Kingpin Chic at Kingpin Chic Vintage Mens Clothing at Wychwood Barns Gadsden’s Toronto Vintage Clothing Show”
Twice a year the The Canadian Alliance of Film & Television Costume Arts & Design (CAFTCAD) hosts a clothing sale so that it’s members, and astute members of the public, can take advantage of movie and television production wardrobe offerings. After a movie or television series finishes production there is usually quite a bit ofContinue reading “Insider Movie Wardrobe Show in Toronto – October 15, 2011”