Our next Style Spotlight is best known for getting the party started.
Allow us to introduce you to Conor Cutz.
The Toronto-based DJ can do more than just play music. He’s able to read any crowd and turn it into a you should have been there-type of party. In the past, he’s had the pleasure of working with the world’s biggest brands, including Versace, Cadillac and Red Bull, headlined one of Canada’s largest cultural festivals on behalf of Toronto Dominion Bank, and holds residencies at a number of notable Toronto establishments.
We had the opportunity to chat with him about his favourite shops, why he rarely shops online, and his advice for owning your personal style.
Define your style in 3 words.
Classic clean cuts
What are some of your own style ‘rules’ that you like to live by?
Do not overthink it, do what feels right, and keep it simple.
What are your ‘go-to’ shopping destinations?
GOTSTYLE, Park & Province, Frank & Oak
Do you have any favourite local designers?
KOTN for basics, Vitaly Design for accessories
Where do you currently shop online?
To be honest, I rarely shop online. I like to browse and get inspired and see what I can find outside.
If you could give style advice to your followers, what would it be?
I definitely learned this the long (and expensive) way, but try to strategically think of your wardrobe staple items first and build from there to define your style. Find the perfect basics that you love and throw in some cool accessories or other pieces to really make your outfit pop and define your own personal style.
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