🎶With the red & black lumberjack to match🎶
Even though the weather isn’t fun, this shirt is :). P.s yes that’s a BIGGIE line.
Hat: @lidscanada @bluejays @neweracap
Honest EDs tribute Shirt: @waves_apparel @getso
Button Up: @uniqlocanada
For all my non Toronto peeps, Honest Ed’s is one of if not the most iconic store in the city, and recently closed its doors for good. This is the famous window font that was used all over the store.
Clowning on a Friday night. Got to walk past the surviving remnants of the block around #honesteds on my way to a clowning gym. It’s so sad to see the destruction of these beautiful old homes for condos... #isthathowclowns engage critically with their world?
Last week I walked on Bloor and Bathurst for the first time after Honest Ed’s Demolition, I looked around as if I was on a different spot of the city with just a big empty dirt lot in front of me. I’m curious to see what will be developed here. Can’t help but feel intrigued about Toronto’s changes from low-key hipster town to big time tech metropolis
Cultivating (healthy) detachment is not always easy, but Yoga helps you develop the ability to let go. Pictured: the hole in the world, where Honest Ed's used to be. My friends and I used to spend hours in the cheap bikini bins, digging until we found the rare brand name pieces: a Christina, a Baltex, a Jantzen. R.I.P. Ed Mirvish. R.I.P. Honest Ed's. R.I.P. magical afternoons of low income, and endless fun.