Dan Trepanier x EnRoute Magazine

September 28th, 2013

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TSBmen has allowed me to work on some exciting projects and with some great people. As a proud Canadian, I’m happy to share that over the past year I’ve been working with EnRoute; Air Canada’s award winning in-flight magazine.

For every monthly issue their creative team and I discuss a seasonal “must see” event or destination, then I come up with “5 items to wear” in order to dress appropriately and attend in style.

I though I’d share some of the pages. You can click the image to enlarge.

Food & Wine Festival, Palm Beach

1 6

Hotel de Glace, Quebec

1 7

New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

1 5

Cannes Film Festival

1 4

Open Championship, Scotland

1 3

Charlestown Seafood Festival, Rhode Island

1 1

US Open, Queens NY

1 2

Oktoberfest, Munich




Thanks, as always, for reading.

If you’re flying Air Canada, look for me in your seatback pocket.


Yours in style,

Dan Trepanier & TSBmen


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  • http://undefined Greg

    Dan – great work as always

    From one Canadian Columbia Class of ’09 athlete to another – keep making us all proud

  • http://keyboardandcompass.com/ Jeff

    The Style Blogger and EnRoute Magazine: two resources providing constantly great content in fields otherwise swimming in mediocrity. And making me proud to be Canadian.

    Keep up the great work!

    • http://tsbmen.com Dan Trepanier

      Thanks for the kind words Jeff!

  • Brent Kuz

    I’m from the town next to Charlestown, Rhode Island. You are on point. Shirt might be a bit over the edge but that’s my basic Rhode Island summer wardrobe. If you guys are in Rhode Island give a holla

  • James V

    Great styles…I especially like the Jazz Fest and Cannes looks! Although being from New Orleans, I personally think your Jazz Fest outfit works best here for a night out at some of the nicer clubs or checking out music on Frenchmen.

    While the weather can vary, it’s usually a safe bet that it will be on the hot and humid side, so you’re definitely not going to be wearing that jacket during the day and will probably be rolling up your sleeves.

    Other than that, the outfit looks great, although the Charleston look might actually be a little closer to what a lot of people would be wearing out there.

  • Carlos L

    As a native South Floridian… No to look #1. Its never not hot/humid enough to layer a cardigan AND a fall/winter blazer. I love the look, but it would be suffocating. Right now its 86 with 60% humidity. That’s par for the course even through “winter”.

  • http://profblack.blogspot.kr/ Professor Black

    These outfits would ensure a swift butt-kicking wherever they appeared…

  • Esmetjie

    Nice theme Looks ,
    But since i live 3 Blocks away from the Oktoberfest, i can Tell you that this is Not a fitting outfit for that Occasion …..
    Anyway i know that for the Most Tourist, Oktoberfest is like a carneval ….
    For us munichboys, Oktoberfest is the Time to bring Out the Old and ugly shoes, because everywhere are puke Spots now ….
    Long live Culture and Tourist who can handle German Beer …

  • Shawn

    Look the ‘Cannes film festival’ look, especially the foulard/ascot, always have been a fan of the look! Also love the linen suit!