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We’re taking kindly to strangers.
Casual but tailored menswear courtesy of Cowtown? Ok, we’ll bite. As it turns out, Leo Boutique has been a sartorial beacon in Calgary since 2002, and owner Jon Wiebe has now opened a shop on Fourth Avenue in Kitsilano (2074 W 4th Ave.). With labels like Fred Perry, Opening Ceremony, Tiger of Sweden, and Vancouver label Wings + Horns, we think the shop will fit in just fine.
See ShopGirl’s picks for men for Summer 2012: