Working Title looks just like any other contemporary boutique. Stark white walls, grey tile, minimalist furnishings, and meticulously folded, perfectly spaced merchandise are just some of its topmost telltale signs.
The store is both a retail space and a platform for creative projects. The basement typically serves as a bookstore offering (mostly) independent publications on photography, but they also host gallery exhibits from time to time.
Though the hang racks and tables are teeming with high-end basics like a white Patrick Ervell shirt with a club collar ($198) and Svensson sneakers in three essential colours ($380), there are a slew of fashion pieces thrown into the mix.
An Engineered Garments floral shirt ($204) and a Primaloft quilted jacket ($385) are some of the flashier duds, but it's a Gitman Bros. Vintage button down ($198) - with an all-over print of pixelated men, no less - that takes the cake for wackiest item in-store.
The bookstore is just as modestly decorated and abundant with interesting works of art. A few tables, three wall shelves, and a single wooden chair are the only pieces of furniture in the room - ensuring that nothing takes away from the books and magazines, sourced from all over the world.