Category Archive: 2nd floor

COME EXPERIENCE THE MUSIC OF ‘FOX’

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TORONTO ARTIST, FOX HAS BEEN WRITING AND RECORDING MUSIC FOR ABOUT 3 YEARS NOW. Fox performs with 2 other bands; ‘Creep Creep Beach’ and ‘Goodbye Honolulu’, as well as running Fried Records with… Continue reading

HANDCRAFTED FOR YOUR HOME

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THESE BEAUTIFUL GOODS THAT WE’VE CAREFULLY CURATED for you here at Lavish&Squalor show craftsmanship rooted in progressive regions driven by culture. Pieces from this section of the globe have a distinct aesthetic that… Continue reading

2014 WHITE LODGE Artist Series

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DUKE REDBIRD Duke Redbird is OCAD university’s first Aboriginal Advisor/Mentor. A poet, scholar, storyteller, inspirational speaker and television personality, Duke is a member of the Saugeen First Nation. He is the author of… Continue reading

RUSTIC, AUTHENTIC GARMENT FACTORY EVENT SPACE FOR RENT

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FATHERS DAY FUNDAMENTALS

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THE ART OF THE SHAVE, WITH CROWN SHAVING CO.

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WE PROUDLY WELCOME CROWN SHAVING CO. TO THE FAMILY. As we prepare our grizzly faces for the luxury treatment we are about to embark on to reveal the pearly skin beneath our oyster… Continue reading

THE UNIQUELY TRADITIONAL; CINQ A SEPT

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CINQ A SEPT IS A VALUED TRADITION HERE AT LAVISH&SQUALOR.  We have a passion for bringing people together and sharing exciting things so its only natural that we would hold a weekly ‘Cinq A… Continue reading

ROKIN; CLASSICALLY MODERN

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ROKIN FOOTWEAR COMBINES THE ART OF CLASSIC EUROPEAN CRAFTSMANSHIP WITH A MODERN AESTHETIC to create unique and coveted pieces.  It only takes a glance to see that the simplicity of Rokin’s vintage looks coupled with their classic perspective… Continue reading

MELT INTO PENDLETON THIS WINTER

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LET’S HAVE A LITTLE TALK ABOUT THE WEATHER, the earnest chill has arrived and the chances of wet feet are rising. Winter has somehow managed to finally pull itself into our streets and… Continue reading

MEN’S DECKHAND PEACOATS

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THIS IS AIMED AT OUR GENTLEMEN FRIENDS, on the hunt for their first, or new, deckhand peacoat. If we take the tips from the mess of style blogs online, you may be lead… Continue reading