Echoing the laidback lifestyle of California, this San Francisco boutique is filled with refined street clothing and accessories for both men and women. Their stock list reads like our own personal wish list and is packed with brands we love, not to mention the way they bridge the gap between modern prep and urban wear is totally contemporary and fashion forward. The shop was created by Daniel Lee and Natasha Wong, chasing a desire to champion off-beat brands and new designers while placing a strong emphasis on the customer’s shopping experience first. When it comes to relaxed weekend-wear, Seldom Seen is the ultimate.
Opening its first doors in Gastown back in 2004, Livestock was primarily known as a footwear store, but now with four brick and mortar locations between Toronto and Vancouver, it has evolved into one of Canada’s top apparel and footwear destinations. Both in-store and online, this is the place to find the latest and most sought-after shoes alongside a range of apparel which is inspired by their roots in art, fashion, music, skate and sport. They are always keeping things fresh and versatile and give customers first access to exclusive products and collaborations. Don’t be surprised when you see a long line of people waiting (even camping) outside the shop when an exclusive drops. So next time you’re on the hunt for some new kicks make sure Livestock is on your list of places to hit up, you won’t regret it.
Easy Tiger Goods
Easy Tiger Goods is a lifestyle concept store based in Toronto. They’ve created a space that connects customers with a cool selection of home goods, apothecary and women’s wear, all made with integrity. With brands like Hendrik Lou, Saint James and Steven Alan up for grabs, it's the kind of place to spend a Saturday drooling over stuff. Now you can do that right here, from your couch.