After beginning his career in 2003 at the age of twenty, Mills progressed into working with a number of fashion companies, most notably Wilhelmina Models, from which he started his model life. In 2004, Mills made his debut as a runway model for the fall Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent collections in Milan and Paris. In early 2005, he signed a contract with Dolce & Gabbana.
John Ferrigamo Custom is a world class Hi Fashion Bespoke, Made To Measure and Shirt Maker, providing the highest standards in garment and shirtmaking along with the luxury of personalization.
Every man wants to look and feel his best and the most successful men know that it begins with the clothing he wears. When you select Michel to construct your custom suits and shirts, you collaborate with him to hand pick the fabrics, styles, cuts, cuffs, collars, buttons and monograms. Details are what define a man. When you wear the best, you attract success.
TOM* (Toronto Men's Fashion Week) has partnered with Toronto's Historic Sites (operated by the City of Toronto) for "Beatles 50 T.O" - a celebration of the 50th anniversary since the iconic band last performed in Toronto, Canada.
Classic elegance with modern twist. Fusion of artistic craftsmanship and European's premium quality fabrics. Wide peak lapels, lightly padded shoulders, flat front trousers, shorter jackets and slim silhouettes, accomplished by matching bags, shoes and men's suit accessories.
On the Opening Night of The Toronto Film Festival, Toronto Men's Fashion Week Men presents TOM* MEN OF HOLLYWOOD - a spectacular night where MOVIES MEET FASHION - Thursday, September 8 2016 at 8:00 PM, One King West Hotel, 1 King St. West, Toronto.
INDOCHINO announced their SUIT UP WEDDINGS initiative for 2016. The beginning was on January 25th, INDOCHINO and rolled out a massive program in North America, pledging to suit up 25,000 grooms for free in 2016. Any groom whose wedding party of four or more groomsmen is outfitted by INDOCHINO will receive his own made to measure suit free of charge.
Yorkdale Shopping Centre in Toronto is the place where you can see Paul Mason, a.k.a Fashion Santa, in action. All customers are encouraged to snap selfies with him, because the mall donates $1 (up to a total of $10,000) for every Fashion Santa Selfie posted on social media /hashtag #YorkdaleFashionSanta/ to the SickKids Foundation - a charity for Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children.