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[Toronto, ON] King & Bay, a Toronto-based custom clothier, has launched the #SOYBFaceMaskChallenge in response to government calls for businesses to step up and help mitigate the risk of depleted medical supplies during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Last week, Dr. Jeff Powis of Michael Garron Hospital raised a call for East York sewers to make face masks. For King & Bay, it was the perfect fit with our #SOYBFaceMaskChallenge.
Volunteers all over the world are stepping up to sew face masks... and King & Bay is 'in' with a challenge to others to use the 'Shirt Off Your Back' to make 1,000 face masks.
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Here are a few photo of the face masks made in support of the #SOYBFaceMaskChallenge. Have photos of your face masks you'd like us to add? Click here.
If you've got an old shirt (or other cotton fabric) and a sewing machine, here are easy-to-follow directions for making face masks to support the Shirt off Your Back Face Mask Challenge.
A silk jacquard smoking jacket is definitely an investment piece – but with the flexibility it brings for creating multiple looks, we believe it's an investment with a great ROI.
The staff of the Oliver & Bonacini Events & Catering sales team are treated to the King & Bay private event experience
At a staff appreciation event for Oliver & Bonacini, a Toronto-based hospitality group, guests discover the King & Bay private event offering for women.
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.