Dig in to discover these finds and get a serious jump on your style game this fall

We recognize that 2020 has been a strange year... to say the least. And so, this fall, we wanted to showcase products that provide a little calm—dependable favourites alongside new finds that will surely impress. Gathered from respected partners across Canada, the items in this collection will spark creativity as the days grow shorter.

Inside this season's Extraordinary Man #editorsbox, you’ll find an awesome accessory for your feet; a soothing way to improve your skin; a snack to fill the stomach and fuel the brain; a simple way to settle nerves; a kitchen aid to turn up the heat, as well as one to sweeten the deal; and a refreshing way to cleanse your face and body. Designed with both style and superiority in mind, these items are sure to make your season a bit steadier.

Here's a look inside our fall 2020 #editorsbox. Subscribe now for this box—until November 30th or before it sells out. We have more to share in the year ahead!

1. Huna – Nourish Calm-Moisture Face Serum, $88

Huna serumNatural, organic, high- performance skin care is what Winnipeg’s Huna Skin excels at. And their Nourish Calm-Moisture Face Serum is no different. Many men are still unfamiliar with serums as part of a skin regimen, so we thought what better time to introduce a product that works to heal in a simple, effective way. It calms redness, soothes inflamed skin and provides incredible hydration.

2. Drizzle – Cinnamon Spiced Raw Honey, $14.99

HoneyThis craft honey offers sweet tasting notes beyond the ordinary. Calgary-based Drizzle’s Cinnamon Spiced Raw Honey is an aromatic treat, warm and inviting for the season. With hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, clove and all-spice, it can be used in coffee, tea and the like, or you can drizzle some over baked Brie for a delicious snack on a chilly day.

3. Naked Snacks – Maple Praline Almonds, $3.50

SnacksThe folks at Naked Snacks in Richmond, B.C. proudly declare that they are inspired to make healthy food more accessible. As they work to steer clear of processed ingredients, they have whipped up some truly “wholesome indulgence.” With mini bags available in grocery stores across Western Canada, these Maple Praline Almonds combine the finest Quebec maple syrup with crunchy California almonds for a satisfying autumn snack.

4. Kanel – Sweet Korean Heat, $10

KanelAs the weather gets cooler outside, we turn inside for home cooking (and grilling). This amazing spice blend from Montreal-based Kanel is fuelled by gochugaru, a Korean chilli. It’s great as a dry rub or marinade to give meats and dishes an extra kick. Consider it DIY Korean BBQ! (As an added bonus, recipes for both chicken and cauliflower wings are available online.)

5. Evio – Cleansing Wipes, $18

WipesToronto’s Evio prides itself on being a “judgement-free zone” with products made from "good for you" ingredients. Their refreshing wipes, powered by hemp fibres, are biodegradable and effective, leaving your skin well-hydrated and clean. An insider tip? Use them in the shower as a pre-soaped, anti- bacterial wash cloth.

6. Jubel Naturals – Perfect Balance Roll On Blend, $21

BlendAfter a tumultuous year of world events, calm is a focus for fall. A convenient, easy way to do that? The aromatherapy products of B.C.-based Jubel Naturals, which are proudly cruelty-free and vegan-friendly. Designed to rebalance and help you reconnect, the Perfect Balance Roll On Blend uses a variety of natural ingredients to relieve stress and restlessness.

7. Gentlemen of the North – Soul of the North III Socks, $13.95

SocksOur friends at Toronto- based Gentlemen of the North have provided us with great accessories before—from pocket squares to scarves to even laundry bags. This season, we asked them to pick a fall staple, and the Soul of the North III striped socks certainly are. Versatile for the street, home and office, the maroon-and-white colour palette is perfect for fall.

TOTAL RETAIL VALUE: $169.44