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    Seek elegance rather than luxury;
    Refinement rather than fashion;
    Be worthy, not respectable;
    Be wealthy, not rich;
    Study hard, think quietly;
    Talk gently, act frankly;
    Bear all cheerfully; do all bravely.
    - Bruce Lee, 1940-1973

What we believe in

At Parlour.Club, we believe that style should highlight your personality. We believe that you don’t have to spend days reading about the latest trends and shop endlessly in busy malls to find the best piece to wear. You can be brilliantly handsome without trying so hard. You can feel good about yourself, impress the cutie you’ve been dreaming of, and bring out the Marlon Brando hidden in you (or the Denzel Washington, or the Clint Eastwood, or whomever floats your boat.)

So while you are out there being a strong superhero, a powerful businessman or a wild party animal, we are here for you, to help you upgrade your style. No need to spend on a new shirt, just add a touch of accessories and shine. We want you to stop worrying about what to wear so you can focus of the important things you have to do. At Parlour.Club, we put our expertise to work, for you, to send you confidence in a box.

Who we are

A group of friends with a passion for style. That’s who we are. Being from Montreal, Canada, the true blend of classic European elegance and extravagant American flair is in our blood. Looking our best is our state of mind. But while shopping around for our own wardrobe, we realized how time consuming and tedious it could be to build a personal style. It does not have to be difficult; it should be fun, accessible and versatile.

For all those reasons, we decided to take this obsession for great and accessible style to create Parlour.Club.

Parlour.Club; the effortless style.

Nabil Tayeb


1) What is the weirdest thing you have ever eaten?
Faceoff with Cobra in the Philippines’s Jungle;
Guide kills the Cobra.
Guide skins the Cobra.
Guide cooks the Cobra.
Nabil tastes a Cobra adobo.
Nabil doesn’t really enjoy it.
Nabil 1 – Cobra 0.
(No rematch expected – photos available upon request)
2) Name one funny trait you have, that you would like others to know.
I don’t know how to drink. I am not referring to alcohol but to any type of liquid. At least once a day I choke while drinking water, coffee, orange juice etc… Yes it is embarrassing.
3) If you had one super power what would it be:
Ubiquity, hands down. I know some do not consider this as a superpower, but pause everything you are doing for 1 minute and think how powerful ubiquity is. Now we can have a sterile argument about it but I am telling you, you cannot beat that.
4) Do you have any superstitions?
Someone once said that being superstitious brings bad luck. I approve this message!

Damien Elliott


1) Describe your worst nightmare. (real or hypothetical)
Seeing in shades of gray.
2) Shouldn’t tell anyone you know...
By heart every single Michael Jordan VHS.
Yes by heart, even during the interviews sequences, the screams of the sporting anchors when he dunks too… and the crowd’s.
Too bad I never find these tapes in Karaoké places.
3) You are walking to work. There is a dog drowning in the canal on the side of the street. Your boss told you if you are late one more time you're fired. Do you save the dog?
It depends, is the dog Beethoven?
4) What do you consider is the most important appliance in a house?
The Oven. I hate to think that the fireplace was gradualy replaced by the TV screen in people’s homes. The oven is in my opinion the appliance with the most noble function in the house. When you cook for your family and friends the oven smells good, warms the place up and let everyone know that they are about to share a moment together. I hope that was not too cheesy, I am a new dad.
5) If you could learn one random skill, what would you learn?
Speaking 5 more langages

Pascal Leduc


1) Name one funny trait you have, that you would like others to know.
I'm a certified elephant driver (I have an actual paper proving it). While my driving might be a little rusty at the moment, I used to be able to give basic directions to pachyderms in Thai using a bull hook. Don't worry, no harm was made to an elephant in the making of this funny trait. Hooks are not used to hit the elephant, it is just easier for them to understand order if there is a combination of words and physical command. Just take a look at the picture below (a picture is worth a thousand words).
2) What is the weirdest thing you have ever eaten?
I have eaten many different things while travelling: kangaroo, crocodile, wildebeest, and a giant oyster the size of a Samsung Note (there are probably many others that I am not aware of... especially in that soup from the Bangkok market!) But I still think that the weirdest is the infamous Fugu sushi in Tokyo. This fish is known to be deadly if badly prepared. My 2 travel buddies and I ate it while staring at each other to see if it would be the last meal we had. Gladly 2 of us survived... no just kidding, everyone was fine! But thinking back, I cannot seem to remember what it tasted like since I was too concentrated on not dying.
3) Who inspires you (living or dead) and what would you ask them if you got to ask them just one question?
Nelson Mandela is definitely someone that inspires me. Visiting South Africa really showed me the size of the challenge he managed to overcome. At the time of my trip, Mandela was still alive and even if he had retired from the political life, he was still considered a national hero and a founder of modern South Africa. I would ask him how he was able to keep moving forward in his fight after so many years and so much adversity.


Digital Media Expert

1) Whats your favourite Movie quote?
"I like my money right where I can see it... Hanging in my closet." Sex and the City
2) What’s the best prank you’ve ever pulled?
I put my friend’s phone app on the second page of a random folder and she thought she’d never be able to make a phone call again
3) You are walking to work. There is a dog drowning in the canal on the side of the street. Your boss told you if you are late one more time you're fired. Do you save the dog?
I can’t swim myself, so no, simple


Digital Media Expert

1) What is your greatest fear or phobia?
My greatest fear would have to be a zombie apocalypse. I can’t stand watching anything with zombies in it. I think what gets me is the horrifying sounds they make and the simple fact that they want to eat me! Who's your favorite Villain/Baddie? The Joker for sure( heath ledger). Putting aside all the horrible things he does he's a pretty funny guy and you can't beat that style.
2) Are you a good liar?
No I'm probably one of the worst liars, my facial expressions give everything away. Plus I hate when people are mad at me. What do you consider is the most important appliance in a house? Definitely the microwave. You are not a true university student without microwave meals, am I right?



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