Retail Therapy: Lost & Found


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Image: Ray Lontoc

Part menswear store and part coffee shop, Lost & Found may seem like a retail experience at first glance, but it’s a little more than that.

“As an owner of a store, I’m aware that we’re always taking,” says co-owner Jonathan Elias. “It’s like, ‘Buy this, or take that.’ I just wanted to be sure, with the art gallery and events we host, we’re also giving back to the community and, with our coffee bar, that people can be relaxed and just hang when they shop.”

Elias and his partner Justin Veiga have curated a collection that’s down-to-earth and subtly classic, with a nod to the heritage way. Think simple oxfords by Gitman Bros. and Navy Melton Wool Black Leather Varsity Jackets ($380).

44 Ossington Ave., 647-348-2810

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