Living most my life in Toronto, it’s hard to believe that Nomad has been open for 10 years now. I still remember the first time visiting the boutique at the old Richmond street block (rip Goodfoot). From then til now the store has been a leader in Toronto and Canada’s men’s clothing scene. To commemorate a decade in the biz Nomad has teamed up on a small collection of collaborative pieces. They include several long button downs by Robert Geller, a bomber from CMMN SWDN and a wings+horns M-51 Fishtail parka. These are sure to go quick so check the site or step into the brick and mortar to grab these.
The good folks at Nomad Toronto posted up an interview with Errolson Hugh founder of ACRONYM and designer at Stone Island Shadow Project. As a visionary in technical clothing, it’s always worthwhile reading some of the insights that Errolson gives into his design process. Most of the interview focuses on his designs under the Stone … Read more
Nomad Spring/Summer 2013 | Test the Waters from nomadtoronto on Vimeo. Director: Paolo Azarraga & Liam MacRae Director of Photography: Liam MacRae Creative Direction: Jesar Gabino Editing: Liam MacRae Styling: Bobby Bowen Model: Damien Kim Toronto boutique Nomad draws from it’s spring/summer stock for this editorial video shot in the Canadian outdoors entitled ‘Test the … Read more
Continuing with the shop profile posted yesterday, I styled these three looks using the items available there. You can find the items online or in-store at Nomad Toronto. Cory wears: Junya Watanabe x Gloverall ‘Varsity’ Duffle Coat, Junya Watanabe camo shirt-jacket, Wings+Horns oxford shirt, Levi’s Jeans Cory wears: Arc’teryx Veilance jacket and sweater, Adam Kimmel trousers, Trickers … Read more
Shop Profiles are a new feature on Third Looks focused on introducing unique retail experiences worldwide. In them expect to see visuals that capture the staff, spaces and product found in these stores. Nomad has been a store that is a cornerstone to the men’s fashion scene in Toronto as well as one of my … Read more