GARRISON X TSBmen – A Gentlemen’s Evening

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On May 27, Garrison was thrilled to co-host a “Gentlemen’s Evening” alongside the ever so talented and friendly, Dan Trepenier, from TSBmen.

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Photo: TSBmen.com

In an effort to define Canadian style, the evening consisted of Toronto’s most well dressed gentlemen in their best suits and eye-catching shirts – polished off with fine timepieces and all sorts of leather footwear.

Here’s M.L. representing Garrison in a killer two-piece seersucker and Carmina double monks.

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 Photo: TSBmen.com

Other fine men were spotted in dark jeans, colourful ties and casual sneakers, showcasing their own interpretations of what style and comfort should look like.

Here’s L.C. representing Sharp Magazine in a textured double-breasted number and worn-in tennis shoes.

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Photo: TSBmen.com

Special thanks to Carnivore Club for feeding Toronto’s gentlemen with the finest quality meats curated and cured from the world’s top artisans.

Another special thanks to Rémy Martin, for providing our guests with refreshments the entire evening. Guys floated around the beautifully designed, D.W. Alexander (on 19 Church Street), while sipping on cognac, talking cars, blogging, city life and most importantly, bespoke suits!

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Photo: TSBmen.com

Later on in the evening, the guys were taught a thing or two about the art of cigar smoking from Mombacho and enjoyed some of their hand-made cigars around Toronto’s city lights.

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Thanks to all the bloggers, editors, and men’s fashion lovers who came out and made the stylish evening one to remember. Garrison is excited to host many more events that showcase the wonderful and stylish men of our city!

Take a look at more images from the evening at TSBmen.com and vote the best-dressed Canadian gentlemen from Dan and Alex Crawford’s Top 12.

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At Garrison Bespoke we love talking suits and Canadian style! Come into the shop and speak with any of our stylists on how to make your wardrobe more Canada-friendly.