Our Warehouse Sale is back!
We are teaming up with Naked & Famous Denim again to give you big deals, for reals. We have a a great selection of previous season stock from an amazing lineup of brands, all North American made.
Dates ▲ 2013 - 12:00p -7:00p Daily
Wednesday April 3
Thursday April 4
Friday April 5
Saturday April 6
Sunday April 7
For a full list of brands please the Facebook Event page.
Our Warehouse Sale is back!
Find out why we like to “keep it local” and who we are influenced by in the world of Canadian menswear. Thanks to our stockist Urban Industry for the interview!
Read the Q&A here.
Check out the Muttonhead “GoodSport” collection for Spring/Summer 2013 at Flatspot in Devon!
Check out this excerpt from NOW Magazine
Langton Willms is taking the shopping local concept to the next level. The former store developer for Aritzia has stocked his new menswear shop, Gerhard (2949 Dundas West), with handsome labels that trace their origins not just to Toronto, but to the streets around the store’s Junction neighbourhood.
Last week we had an opportunity to check out the Wefi Surfboards workshop, an amazing place on Vancouver Island where they are handcrafting hollow cedar surfboards. Not only are these boards a million times more sustainable than foam boards but there is also the added benefit of experiencing more feeling and vibration in your ride. If you wanna test out your DIY skills you can even go and make your own surfboard at Randy’s shop. Just check out the Orca board in the second photos for some west coast inspiration. To learn more about this incredible company make sure you pick up a copy of the latest issue of LATER.mag and head over to the Wefi Surfboards website.
“A cedar boards store 300gm of carbon whereas a traditional foam board emits 400lbs of carbon.” Randy Weflan
Alex Fairbairn’s line of finely made leather goods, Wülf Work will be available at the Mutts & Co. Variety Store in Vancouver. All Wülf leather goods are crafted under the company’s philosophy of sustainablity and innovation. By using laser to cut the leather, Alex keeps production local and minimizes material use.
Check out this cool toiletry bag made by our friend Markus over at metsadesign! It is made of a cotton/flax mix and he has beeswaxed the “paper” bag so it is more structured.
We were selling these at our last pop up shop in Toronto, and if you missed them then head to the METSA online shop.
Amazing coffee table made from repurposed wood by the boys over at Vancouver Urban Timberworks. These guys have a pretty rad business model, you can read more about them here on the premier issue of LATER.mag
Setting up the Mutts & Co. Variety Store today. Check out the custom wood fixture made by Jamie Miller out of an old barn. Lots more in store for y’all, come and check us out.
At the Mutts & Co. Variety Store we are going to be fully stocked with one-of-a-kind Cuchara jems and jewels.
Wednesday July 4th through till the 8th, 11a-9p daily.
You snooze you lose.
Calling all cooks, these TwoRibka kitchen spoons are all handcrafted here in Toronto and are made of locally salvaged wood. Spoons, spatulas and other wooden utensils and are all avaiable at the Mutts & Co. Variety Store starting this week.
Shop Hours: 11a-9pm, July 4th-8th.
Another tip to keep your cool, swig a chilled brew from one of these upcycled glasses available at our Mutts & Co. Variety Store.
We will be stocking a limited quantity of glasses, tumblrs, flasks and distillers all made by Artech Glass Blowing Studios.
Shop starts this Wednesday - Sunday, 11a-9p daily.
94 Ossington Ave
Join us for the Summer edition of our Mutts & Co. ~ Variety Store pop up, a one-stop destination featuring goods by a variety of Canadian brands.
94 Ossington Ave // Shop hours: 11am-9pm daily
We accept Visa, Mastercard, cash and please bring your own shopping bag.
Be sure to check out our photo gallery, by Matthew Crisp (www.crispphoto.com/) and Beau Partlow (www.beaufoto.ca/), that will run for the duration of the event. Come check out the custom repurposed wood fixtures and furniture built by Jamie Miller.
List of Vendors:
Muttonhead unisex sportswear www.muttonheadcollective.com/
Metsa clothing + accessories www.metsadesign.com/
LABEL womenswear www.seenolabel.com/
18 Waits menswear www.18waits.com/
Scout & Catalogue silks www.scoutandcatalogue.com/
Nathan Brown www.nathanielbrown.grandportfolio.com/jewelry/
Handsome TO hats www.handsomeclothing.com/
Varsity Brown leather goods www.varsitybrown.com/
Fieldguided tote bags www.fieldguided.com/
Felony Case iphone cases www.felony-case.com/
My Pakage men’s underwear www.mypakage.com/
Metsa x Jim Mezie bandanna www.jimmezei.com/MARINER-BANNY
Garrison Creek Bats + pennants http://garrisoncreekbats.com/
TwoRibka wooden kitchen utensils http://www.tworibka.com/
Jim Mezie illustrated tea towels www.jimmezei.com/TEA-TOWELS
Artech Studios upcycled glasses + decanters www.artechstudios.ca/index.html
Kellen Hatanaka illustrated pillows www.cargocollective.com/thirdandten/
Stasis Preserves jams/chutneys www.stasispreserves.com/
Reunion Island coffee & areo press coffee makers www.reunionislandcoffee.com/
Sam James coffee ice cream bars made by Brandon Olson (Black Hoof)
Crown Shaving Co. beard balm www.crownshavingco.com/
LATER. mag www.latermag.com/
WORN fashion journal http://www.wornjournal.com/
PLAID mag http://www.plaidmag.com/
Way Bad: the Book by Ben Jensen http://waybad.tumblr.com/
Dump Town Worm bins http://thedailymenh.com/2012/04/23/red-wigglers/
Sweet Woodruff plants www.sweetwoodruff.ca/
Kathryn Macnaughton prints www.kathrynmacnaughton.com/
Dave Murray maps www.davemurrayillustration.com/index.php?/maps/type-maps—-2010/
Lauren Pirie cards + prints www.laurenpirie.com/
Talia Shipman http://www.taliashipman.com/
Shad K vinyl + CDs www.shadk.com/