Made to Measure SuitSupply coming to Toronto

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Dutch menswear retailer Suitsupply known for its uncanny quality of the clothing made from Italian fabric and affordable pricing around $500, is launching its first Canadian outpost in Yorkville sometime this year.  Founded in Amsterdam in 2000, Suitsupply is taking over America having opened its first North American stores in New York, Chicago and

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Original Penguin opened its First Canadian store

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One of my favourite menswear brand known for its tailored, preppy,colourful and vintage-inspired styles and if you’re looking for a few fall fashion wardrobe pieces – Original Penguin have recently opened its first Canadian store in Toronto (700 Queen Street West). The Fall/Winter 2012 collection is inspired by dock workers from the 1954 classic On the Waterfront starring Marlon Brando. With a casual ease and workwear-influence collection, you’ll find well-known styles including chinos,polos and suiting – check out the full lookbook below and go visit the newly opened store in Toronto.

The “Faceoff” returns Milos Raonic to face Andy Roddick at Toronto in November

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“The Face-Off” will return to Toronto in November 16 , 7 p.m at the Air Canada Centre  with a new roster of superstar tennis players. Joining Canada’s No. 1 singles player Milos Raonic, will be former world No. 1 Andy Roddick, who recently retired from tournament play at the US Open, 15-time Grand Slam champion and recent US Open titlist Serena Williams and current world No. 3 and 2012 Wimbledon finalist Agnieszka Radwanksa.

Anonymous Celebrity Guest Orders $100k Hästens Mattress for Toronto International Film Festival

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Sweden-based company Hästens has produced luxury mattresses since 1852, including the Vividus model and other deluxe beds and accessories. The luxury boutique hotel of The Hazelton Hotel in Toronto’s Yorkville neighborhood, a popular choice for celebrities attending TIFF recently revealed that it had ordered a Vividus bed for a special guest during the Toronto International Film Festival for one of its penthouse suites. The Hazelton announced that the price of the new bed was $99,900.

Eat To The Beat 2012 at the Roy Thomson Hall

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Celebrating it’s 17th year, Eat to the Beat hosted by Willow Breast Cancer Support, the only event in Canada that exclusively features more than 60 female chefs who provide patrons with sweet and savoury delights.