We’ve scoured wedding blogs, pinterest boards and photography sites to put together our favourite wedding denim looks from the past year – pick up some ideas and product recommendations from our roundup.
We ended the summer with an all-out dance party at our Toronto shop – the incredible dancers of RSVP 33 banded together with Swedish brand Cheap Monday to celebrate the launch of their Spray On jeans.
Designer Char Kennedy expresses how wearing raw denim has helped her let go of the expectation that this garment should remain crisp and pristine. Learn about the beautiful, evolving properties of this iconic fabric in our latest edition of the Weathered Project.
Speed Dating, the official dinosaur of the dating age, is as awkward as you would imagine.
Matt and Carrie Eddmenson set up their gorgeous Imogene + Willie headquarters in an unassuming old service station in Nashville seven summers ago and have been inspiring us with their graceful denim designs, beautiful love story and resolute dedication to community ever since.
Dutil. Toronto is thrilled to host a collaborative event between two groundbreaking companies. On Saturday, August 27, our guests will be treated to hip hop performances by the dance experts from RSVP 33. They’ll be demonstrating some serious Beyonce moves in Cheap Monday’s new Spray on Jeans, their stretchiest, tightest and most comfortable denim to date.
Toronto can be perceived as an “every man for himself” type of city – a place where you can easily fall into the cement cracks devoid of community. But with monthly, summer events like #TheMotoSocial, it’s pretty hard to lone wolf it, especially if you often find yourself perched in rush hour traffic on two wheels.
Skate and Lifestyle brand Globe tugs at our heart strings with their latest commercial promoting their ingenious speakerboard. Powered by Boombotix, the skateboard doubles as a sleek ghetto blaster when synced with your mobile device.
We were inspired to put together a playlist that speaks to the refined sentimentalism in A.P.C’s Fall 2016 pieces. It is aptly titled after the famous French phrase, La Douleur Exquise. The Exquisite Pain – because anyone who’s ever been in love knows that there’s no better way to describe that old feeling.