WIC-Flyer4-July_12_2014Walk-in Closet: A pop-up shop that celebrates life through clothing and accessories. We help a fashion-forward individuals find new homes for their once treasured pieces. WIC brings together socially conscious consumers interested in local, thrift, vintage and one-of-a-kind goods.

Based on the philosophy of sustainability and mantra of: recycle, reuse and reinventing. Walk-in-Closet transforms the wardrobe cleansing process into a memorable personal, unique and conscious shopping experience. We believe in giving back all remaining clothes, shoes and accessories are donated to a local women’s or men’s shelter for those in need.

Next edition of WIC is a MEN’S closet with 3 outstanding individuals from Toronto who have a wide range of fashionable looks that will suit the likes of men and women.

NEW to WIC is a curated collection of art/life style second hand books; along with lifestyle goods inspired by simple living a collection of well-designed, quality goods specializing in small space solutions.

FASHION & LIFESTYLE ALL IN ONE SHOP! Walk-in Closet instagram!

Jahmal Tonge Walk-in Closet

Who are you and what do you do?

“My name is Jahmal Padmore and I’m a record producer and host of “The Margin” on Vice.com.”

Whats your personal Style?

Ivy League drop out who moved to the city and discovered punk rock and skateboarding.”

Why Walk-in Closet? 

“I’m purging the excess to make room for simplicity. The great tenet of ‘less is more’ holds true within art and fashion.”

Style Inspirations?

“Will Smith and Will.I.Am”

Style rule of the moment?

“Raglan sleeves and all black.”

Daniel Eckler Walk-in Closet

Who are you and what do you do?

“My name is Daniel Eckler and I am a Toronto-Based entrepreneur, creative director and author. My current projects include Piccsy and MIJLO. Piccsy, founded in early 2010, is a social network for image discovery, that attracts over 3,000,000 visitors monthly. MIJLO (/my-low/) is a Dutch-based collective with a straightforward goal: to help everyone live simple and live well, with a collection of well-designed, quality goods. Specializing in small space solutions.”

Why Walk in Closet?

“Developing the MIJLO motivated me to take stock of my life: from my purpose, to my hobbies, to my relationships, to my wardrobe. It’s been an extremely inspiring and renewing process figuring out what I consider to be truly essential.

Part of what I figured out is that for me, less is more. I have a lot of clothes I’ve purchased over the years that I love, but I decided to dramatically pare down my wardrobe which meant that almost anything not “neutral” had to go.

Besides clothing, I’m letting go of a bunch of home accessories and books. I still feel deeply connected to a lot of these items, but the time has come for them to go. I hope you’ll enjoy them as much as I have.”

What’s Your Personal Style:

“Less is More.”

Style Inspirations?

“Dieter Rams, Piet Mondrian, Wes Anderson, Pharrell, George Lois, Steve Jobs.”

Style rule of the moment?

“Being happy never goes out of style.”

Bryan Brock Walk-in Closet

Who are you and what do you do?

“My name is Bryan Brock and I wear many hats, literally and figuratively. I’m the Creative Director and co-founder of 1 LOVE T.O., Dean of the Creative Arts Academy for The Remix Project, and Prof at Humber College.”

Why Walk-in Closet?

“I keep my things in excellent condition, which is why I thought ‘walk-in closet’ would be a perfect fit. Thrift shopping doesn’t have to be limited to sifting through old, smelly, beat up clothing, and I’m hoping to share some of my best pieces with the help of Natasha!”

Whats your personal Style?

“My style is constantly changing, but I always try and maintain a clean and simple aesthetic.”

Style Inspirations?

“Street, Sport, Hip Hop, Luxury, Travel”

Style rule of the moment?

“Get out of your comfort zone.”

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