Last week the city of Toronto hosted our very first Men’s Fashion Week known globally as TOM*. The event was a monumental success and something we are very proud to be part off. Our role the official sponsor of the Fashion4Hope celebrity runway show gave us the distinct pleasure of dressing some of this city’s most beloved celebrities- legendary designer David Dixon, fashion ambassador Glen Baxter, musicians Jarvis Church and Shawn Desman, TV personalities Devon Soltendieck, Tyrone Edwards, Carlos Bustamante and Steven & Chris…just to name a few.
Taking sartorial cues from screen legends like Frank Sinatra and other old Hollywood heavyweights, our feature runway show previewed a wide collection of formalwear, from vibrant sportcoat combinations to classic shawl collar tuxedos. We are thrilled that our sold-out show had the audience on their feet and raised some serious coin for the Fashion4Hope charity benefiting Kol Hope Foundation for Children and SickKids Hospital (GS alone donated $4,000.)
Here is your exclusive behind-the-scenes look at our show.
Join the Gotstyle family for an evening of fine food, drinks and celebrity DJs as On-Air Personality Glen Baxter hosts the 3rd Annual Right To Play Ball at the Shangri-La Hotel. The event which starts at 9:00 pm sharp welcomes the who’s who from both the fashion and finance sector including celebrity DJ Russell Peters and local favourites Lapelle (UK) and Members Only (Toronto). Expect to rub shoulders with Right To Play Athlete Ambassadors and Olympians while browsing coveted luxury items from Chanel, Holt Renfrew and Hermes up for auction.
Get your tickets now and support Canada’s fastest growing international humanitarian organization Right To Play, as this event will sell out. $175 individual tickets, $5,000 for VIP Booth.
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The ladies of Gotstyle dressed in Ted Baker, Ela, Ganni, Style Stalker and Rebecca Minkoff, all available at Gotstyle Woman.
The second annual Right To Play Ball was held last month at the Shangri La Hotel downtown Toronto. Founded by Fashion Television alumni Glen Baxter, the event brought out the who’s who in fashion, entertainment and sports including fashion designers Greta Constantine, Evan Biddell, Lucian Matis, supermodel Stacey Mackenzie, Kardinal Offishall, infamous music video director (Little) X and Olympic gold medal winner Rosie Maclennan.
Djing the evening were Lapelle Music, Jo Jo Flores and Tony Okungbowa from the Ellen Degeneres Show, whose curated music selection turing the typically conservative Toronto event crowd into a full blown dance party.
Gotstyle donated a His & Hers shopping spree for the silent auction which helped raise over $80,000 dollars for Right To Play, which provides underprivileged children the opportunity the participate in sports and daily activities around the globe.
Congratulations to Glen Baxter and event producers Candice Chan and Alison Slight of Candice & Alison Luxury Events (candiceandalison.com) for a fantastic event for a phenomenal cause.
For more information visit www.righttoplay.ca
Photos courtesy of George Pimentel and bestoftoronto.net
The men of King West bring their fashion A game with a monochromatic mix of black, white, gray and navy. Take note from these fashion leaders and always wear a sport coat when you go out at night.
Queen of fierce supermodel Stacey Mackenzie with Glen Baxter
Kardinall Offishall and director X mixing urban with evening fashion.
THE 2ND ANNUAL RIGHT TO PLAY BALL
founded by GLEN BAXTER
The Right To Play ball is a great initiative founded by Toronto’s very own Glen Baxter that uses sport and play to educate and empower children and youth to overcome the effects of poverty, conflict, and disease in disadvantaged communities.
The event starts sharp at 9pm on Friday May 10, at the Shangri-La and features the amazing DJ Tony (The Ellen Show), Jojo Flores (Montreal) and Lapelle (UK). The ball is also hosting a great Silent Auction featuring some great prize including our exclusive His & Hers Shopping Date package so you’ll definitely want to check that out.
Get your tickets now and support Canada’s fastest growing international humanitarian organization Right To Play, as this event will sell out. www.TheRightToPlayBall.ca