Thursday, August 02, 2012

Men's fashion blogger named Sharp magazine's "sharpest man"

A while back we posted an item about the forthcoming promotional campaign by Sharp magazine which was setting out to find Canada's Sharpest Man.  'we thought you'd like to know how it turned out. From 15 finalists -- nominated by the public  -- Jonathan Cavaliere of Toronto has been selected. 
The 21-year-old Cavaliere describes his personal style as 
  "All about mixing traditional with modern. A lot of the pieces I own I could see my grandfather wearing, but I always ensure that they have a modern and tailored fit. I am also a big fan of prints and small details, like a pocket square to complete my look."
Entrants submitted their photos at kiosks in Hudson's Bay stores or online at SharpForMen.com. At the end of the 30-day voting period, the top three were selected from Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal – plus the top three online entries were judged by Jeremy Freed, Sharp Editor-in-Chief, Suzanne Timmins, Vice President, Fashion Director, The Hudson's Bay Company and Shawn Hewson, Bustle creative director.
Cavaliere will be showcased in a four-page feature in the September Style issue of Sharp and will receive a $5000 West End Shop designer shopping spree from The Bay. Cavaliere is the creator and founder of Mr. Cavaliere – Men's Fashion and Style Blog and has future plans to be a menswear designer.

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmm...call me crazy, but I think this guys jacket is too small.

4:15 pm  
Anonymous Citizen Pain said...

You're crazy. That's the current fit, grandpa.

7:19 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kiddies without substance parading around is the current fit.

9:54 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought the, "grandpa" comment was off base... until the, "kiddies without substance" reply. I assume you paraded around "with substance" when you were a kid? Ugh. You ARE a grandpa (and not in a good way).

1:47 pm  

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