[Toronto, ON] April 16, 2020: King & Bay, a Toronto-based custom clothier is pleased to announce a significant donation of materials for the #SOYBFaceMaskChallenge launched by the company earlier this month.
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King & Bay guides Ronan Healey to build a wardrobe that works as he launches his sales career with Performance Cars
Understanding that first appearances are everything in sales, young professional Ronan Healey looks to King & Bay's Master Clothiers for inspiration as he builds his business wadrobe.
Digital agency entrepreneurs, Jeff Horst and Matt Martin, take a stand in custom sports jackets from King & Bay
Jeff and Matt are creating a new reality for ethical, on-strategy digital marketing that delivers results. They're a new breed of entrepreneurs who recognize the value in dressing in quality garments that reflect their personal style.
CFO Geoffrey Liang believes that good style is a mix of playing the part, being unique and thinking outside the box
Client and friend Geoffrey Liang may work in the classic corporate environment, but that doesn’t stop him from adding a personal touch to his business look with the help of King & Bay.
Saye believes first impressions are lasting impressions. His approach to creating memorable experiences is looking confident and feeling good in a custom suit from King & Bay.
Through his Vanek Whiskey Events, Tom aims to delight and entertain both the connoisseur and the curious – with a unique custom look that suits his style perfectly.
From the boardroom table to the buffet table, the upcoming Holiday season offers a great opportunity to show up in style. Our Master Clothiers have more than a few ideas to get you on your way.
Phelpsgroup Partner Brian Bachand is confident in his bold approach to the traditional blue business suit
In his role as an executive search and leadership development expert Brian Bachand makes a confident impression with bold colours and patterns in his custom business suits.
Chad might be quick to describe his style as 'conservative banker' but we think it’s more helpful to imagine him as a Canadian Harvey Specter.
Retail technology entrepreneur, Steven Berkovitz, has been building his wardrobe of custom suits and sports jackets, one great piece at a time.