Blair Junior McFarlane | Edmonton’s Best Dressed 2020

McFarlane, who has ownership stakes in Lock Stock Coffee, Red Star pub and The Bower nightclub, has one specific style: Timeless streetwear.

Denim jacket, cargo pants and brown mukluk shoes by visvim from Haven; scarf by Kapital. Photograph by Aaron Pedersen; Styling by Alyssa Habchi; Hair by Amy Laing; Makeup by Nada Govic; Letters by Colton Ponto.

Despite ownership stakes in three places with three distinct moods — Lock Stock Coffee, Red Star pub and The Bower nightclub — McFarlane has one specific style: Timeless streetwear. “I’m a pretty laid-back guy so that is very apparent with how I dress,” he says. “I’m always moving and grooving so my clothing moves with me.” When shopping, he looks for pieces that are classic, comfortable and quality, with only the most subtle of details, and purchases investment pieces that he knows will suit him, and be in style, for years to come. There is one time he’ll make an exception: “If I’m coming in to The Bower to DJ, I like to wear something that is very comfortable and light, and also a statement shirt … but one that’s not too loud.”

Most cherished item: “My Kapital wool scarf was made in Japan with a really unique style of embroidery called kogin. It’s one of those pieces that is functionally great, especially in winter, but it’s a great layering piece to put over top of a t-shirt.”

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This article appears in the April 2020 issue of Avenue Edmonton.

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