Lost and Found

This Week in Fashion: Town Barber sets up shop at Lost + Found, Dalston Grey closing, Uncle Otis extended sale

This Week in Fashion rounds up the week's style news, store openings and closings, pop-up shops, sales and upcoming fashion and design events in Toronto. Find it here every Wednesday morning.

NEWS

Over the past couple of years, Lost + Found has been a go-to spot for Americana menswear and mean lattes. But it's not just a clothes and coffee shop anymore; Town Barber recently made a home in the space to offer $25 cuts and $35 shaves (or $55 for both) to anyone who wants a little trim along with their new garb and caffeine boost. The barbershop's open from 11 am until 7 pm Tuesday through Saturday, and appointments can be booked online.

Last week, Pearson International Airport got a little snazzier. Nuance Group opened a whole slew of luxury designer boutiques - including Burberry, Bulgari, and Gucci - for travellers to peruse post-flight. Located in International Departures in Terminal 1, the shops take up 6,000 square feet and are hard-to-find elsewhere in the country.

After two years on Dundas West and four years as a brick-and-mortar location, Dalston Grey is packing up and closing down this Sunday (January 12). But don't fret; their unique vintage treasures and handpicked contemporary finds will continue to be available online. Plus, every vintage piece in-store is now marked as low as $20, so if you act fast you just might score a gem!

SALES

Dapper chaps rejoice! Uncle Otis has extended their Boxing Week sale to offer sweet markdowns on fall/winter gear both in-store and online. Snag a printed parka for $200 (regular price $420) or slim-fit cords for $90 (regular price $179) before they're gone forever.

WHAT WE GOT UP TO THIS WEEK

Photo of Lost & Found by James C Lee


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