Well, when Winnipeg is mentioned, style rarely is included but when i lived there it did have a great collection of independent haberdashers. But like most all the best things in Winnipeg they remained unseen to the most casual of observers. How many times have you heard "I spent a few days in Winnipeg and there was nothing to do or see". You just have to look around. Anyway, it's no surprise that if you wear something other than white high tops, skinny leg jeans from Warehouse One and a short leather jacket over a hoodie or a Saan store plain shirt jacket someone would think you are gay. I'd pull the "I'll show you how gay I am" thing on women. Besides, Winnipeg women are easy!