We're always excited to be a part of the conversation in the press, but even more so when it's in two of our favourites! Is there anything better than the Globe & Mail Weekend Style section? Not when you're STROKES Organic Bandana is included in there with a whole host of other amazing gift ideas for Mother's Day from some of the friendliest Canadian brands.
Then there's the April 2017 Vancouver Magazine with their 6 Style Essentials for Spring which featured our custom Limited Edition silk Pocket Square collaboration with John Fluevog. So much love out there all round... we are always grateful.
We love getting inspiration from our favourite fashion bloggers, stylists, design enthusiasts, and general fashionistas on instagram, which is why we thought we'd pick their brains on 2017 Spring Style. We asked them all the same questions and got some very different answers, which was awesome! Take a read below, and we encourage you to follow the ones you identify with. Enjoy! ----- @thedailyhedonist Alexander and Matthieu are purely about the platform. They're based in Paris and Berlin, and they clearly love photography. They post on fashion and travel and use each other as the subjects most of the time. You'll get an excellent window into their tastes and style, while touring around the world (with a smile). 1. What’s an...
We were so excited to be part of the Globe's Style Advisor cover shoot with Rufus Wainwright. We've never met the man, but our Lakeview Pocket Squares have already had the luxury. We've loved so many things about this man for years, from his fashion to his freedom, his arts passion to his Canadiana. Read the story in its entirety and learn what he's up to now: On With The Show
If you're inspired, take a look at our pocket square collection.
We were so thrilled to have our new Merlot DUBLIN Suspenders featured in the Style Section of the Globe & Mail last weekend! We were in great company in their "A man's guide to accessorizing". Find your/our suspenders online and in the best shops!
(If you're outside of Canada, The Globe is like Canada's NY Times.)