Toronto kills the game in every industry. Restaurants, bars, sports, music and recently, clothing. There are tons of super cool brands that are locally founded and produced. Making some of the coolest products in streetwear, shoes, accessories and more.\nIt's super encouraging to see people in our home town kill the game internationally. If you're not following these brands already, you need to. These entrepreneurs and creators will definitely inspire you to chase the dream you've always imagined but never gone for.\nvia @legendsleague\nLegends League // @legendsleague\nLegends League founded by Bryan Espiritu is a Toronto streetwear brand that has really taken off. Bryan has several endeavours including being a visual artist and author of his first book, 3 Things. Bryan is more than just a creator with passion, he is super interactive with his customers, and has turned Legends League into more than just a brand, but a lifestyle.\nvia @untitledandco\nUntitled & Co. // @untitledandco\nUntitled & Co. is a super cool streetwear brand with a flag ship store on Queen West. Owner and creative director Cameron Wilson makes sure his brand focuses on body positivity, and is locally produced and sustainable. They make all their products are designed and produced in the GTA.\nvia @muttonhead\nMuttonhead // @muttonhead\nMuttonhead produces unisex sportswear, and is produced in Canada! Muttonhead actually started as a fourth year thesis project by Meg Sinclair with partners Paige and Mel, and since then has grown into a booming business. Muttonhead proves that going to school can really pay off!\nvia @fourfiftyfiveto\nFour Fifty Five // @fourfiftyfiveto\nFour Fifty Five is a Toronto menswear brand that does custom suit fittings and accessories. Started by 2 brothers Jake and Noah Parker, these brothers and their team work hard to make suits an formal wear hip and young. Four Fifty Five is a testament to the idea you don't have to have all the credentials in the world to start your own business.\nvia @foreverumbrella\nForever Umbrella // @foreverumbrella\nRun by Toronto native Tory Lanez and the Umbrella Boys, this streetwear brand carries cool hoodies, accessories and more. This merchandise is super unique, and features some really unique pieces you're going to want.\nvia @rosehoundapparel\nRosehound Apparel // @rosehoundapparel\nRosehound Apparel was founded by Megan Campagnolo. She sells super adorable and quirky pins, patches, apparel, housewares and more! Megan's ability to express herself through her products is really inspiring, and she has stayed true to herself since the brand's inception.\nvia @itsmaryyoung\nMary Young // @itsmaryyoung\nMary Young creates beautiful lingerie and loungewear. Her vision focuses on self love, and she is extremely passionate about making sure women of all shapes and sizes feel comfortable and beautiful in her pieces. She even features specific clients and allows them to share their story on her website.\nvia @hey.okayok\nOkay Ok // @hey.okayok\nThis new brand is launching in September 2017. Formally known as Skinny Sweats, This polished brand is sure to be releasing some fire pics this fall of their new product. Stay tuned to their page for more!\nvia @biannualbrand\nBiannual Brand // @biannualbrand\nToronto creative queen Dani Roche is launching a brand called Biannual this fall. Dani has an amazing mind, and her work with Kastor and Pollux is seriously amazing. We have so much respect for Dani continuing her creative endeavours with this new project, and we can't wait to see what comes!