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The owners of Lost and Found open a menswear store and bookshop near Ave and Dav

The owners of Lost and Found open a menswear store and bookshop near Ave and Dav
(Image: courtesy of Working Title)

The duo behind Dundas West’s Lost & Found have brought their west-end edge to midtown with Working Title, a new store selling men’s clothing, art and books. Jonathan Elias and Justin Veiga (plus two new partners, Michael Fong and Paul Shkordoff) have stocked the ground level of their Davenport space with high-quality basics from the likes of Margaret Howell and Unis, as well as quirkier pieces from brands like Etudes and Patrik Ervell. (In keeping with the more affluent neighbourhood, price points are slightly higher than at Lost and Found.) Some favourites: minimalist sneakers by Swedish collective Svensson ($380), an Etudes sweater with a simple star graphic ($190), and Engineered Garments’ shirts with round collars ($204). Once you’re done browsing the racks, head to the basement, which houses a collection of art and photography books and doubles as a rotating gallery for local and international photographers.

Working Title, 126A Davenport Road, 416-551-1085, workingtitleshop.com

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