About the Shop & Where to Find Us
Sydney’s is one of Canada’s most revered menswear destinations, offering an array of expertly curated menswear, ranging from our own Canadian made in-house brands, to contemporary and designer clothing, footwear, and accessories.
At Sydney’s fabric, quality, and design always come first when selecting the pieces we carry and construct. The lines are clean, the details minimal, the shapes and silhouettes are classic with a modern feel.
Sydney’s works exclusively with Canadian production teams for its in-house lines, which not only provides a local line to the pieces designed, but also helps to employ over 800 people. This directly affects the Canadian economy and the families, production teams and communities that proudly work with Sydney’s.
Sydney’s first opened as a small studio in Toronto in 2003, where owner Sydney Mamane focused on denim and bespoke suiting. Word quickly spread about his attention to detail and expert tailoring, which sharply increased demand, and Sydney’s first multi-brand menswear store on Queen St. West was established in 2005. It has since gained a reputation for impeccable service and a single destination for all menswear needs, as well as a loyal and growing customer base.
As a full-service Canadian menswear store, we offer Bespoke and Made-to-Measure suiting as well as off-the-rack options and in-house alterations. We stand behind all our products, and provide tailoring, footwear care, etc. for all items purchased from Sydney’s.
About the Owner
Sydney Mamane, founder and lead designer of Sydney’s, is known in Toronto and abroad, as a man with impeccable taste and a keen eye for detail. He has worked in many areas of the apparel industry, which not only fine-tuned his ability to design and create bespoke suiting, but also honed his skills at finding and creating menswear, that is not trendy, but consists of forward focused classics.
Sydney, began his career as stylist and quickly parlayed those skills into the wardrobe department in the film industry. It was there he discovered his penchant for all things tailoring. After six years of mindfully working with professional wardrobe technicians, learning the foundations of sewing, cutting, draping, and pattern drafting he decided it was time to further hone his technical skills. He began apprenticing with an experienced tailor and costume maker in 2000. This move changed his career path and eventually led him to open his first retail store, which housed many international brands and four brands as the head designer: KIN, United Stock Dry Goods, Nihl and Sydney’s.