To all you shoe aficionados, Sully Wong is back with a brand new sneaker for your collection. Inspired by 1830’s Scottish Master Weaver H. Tweed best known for the creation of the handwoven Scottish Wool fabric Tweed. The leather / Tweed fabric combination Hi-Tops highlight the subtleties and design lines of the time, and are reflective of the immense care and attention to detail that Sully Wong is known for. Easy to wear, these kicks can be styled down with a great pair of nudie’s or dressed up with a slim modern cut suit like the ones from Tiger of Sweden.
In Canada we can go from -30 to +30 in one years, so let’s embrace the country we live in and buy clothes that are appropriate to the season we are in. In this men’s style episode Melissa walks you through modern fabrics you should be investing in for the winter season. Heavier wools, flannels and tweeds are all great starting points to keep your “boys” warm this winter.
Welcome Martin, as he join the Eligible Magazine’s roster of the city’s most eligible bachelors. You may remember him from our Beach Ball sponsored charity event and an article in Sharp Magazine last year, or the casual fact that he is a former Olympic athlete.
Either way you’ll be happy to know that he is back out on the town and lending his name to another great charity event to raise money for SickKids. For more check out the Eligible Magazine / Sick Kids Auction for ticket details.
As one of the key sponsors for the event we got together with Martin and much like his counterparts dressed him head to toe in apparel from Gotstyle. We created a look that merged the formal aesthetic with an Urban modern twist, ideal for a star athlete turned entrepreneur. We put him in a great John Varvatos black leather blazer, grey double breasted cardigan and grey tweed cargo pant, Ted Baker blue denim shirt and Dibi green camo tie.