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Refresh Your Wardrobe

Now is a great time to replace your worn-out essentials.

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February 16, 2018

You’re Invited: Special Events at Harry Rosen

Get an exclusive first look at our new collections.

February 7, 2018

7 Sweet Gifts for Valentine’s Day

Perfect presents to give or get on the year’s most romantic holiday.

January 26, 2018

Why Should I Invest In A Quality Suit?

Look powerful, authoritative and, dare we say, sexy.

January 22, 2018

Refresh Your Wardrobe

Now is a great time to replace your worn-out essentials.

January 18, 2018

The Sexiest Way To Upgrade Your Suit

It’s the unexpected style move every guy should make this winter.

January 18, 2018

Tailored For You

Experience the luxury of personalized suiting.


How To Fold A Pocket Square

Learn how to fold a pocket square in a few stylish ways.

A Jacket For Any Occasion

Dress it up, dress it down, wear it for work or for play.

How It's Made: AG Denim

Explore the innovative production process behind AG jeans.

Harry's Glossary


Thirty years ago, a man knew what was meant by the term “dress shoes.” They were the lace-up shoes he wore with a suit – sturdy, plain and designed not to stand out. Oxfords were always “closed laced” – in other words, the two parts of the upper that are drawn together by the laces were sewn under the front part of the shoe. Classic Oxfords still follow that pattern, made with an undecorated vamp, stitched welts and leather soles. They may or may not have a toe cap.

Magazine Archive

As Canada’s leading menswear authority, Harry Rosen celebrates refined style in our print publication, Harry Magazine. A rich source of men’s fashion inspiration, our magazine offers expert advice on how to look sharp for work and off-duty occasions.




We host a number of events throughout the season, from Special Events (made to measure and ready to wear collections) to previews or the introduction of new designer collections.

Feel free to drop by at any time, or if you’d prefer to book an appointment, please call your clothing advisor or our General Manager.