I think we can all agree that when it comes to Christmas party swag, the present day has nothing on the glitzy past. In that spirit, the Leslieville Flea whipped up some sexy, sassy vintage outfits for three Toronto women that are perfect for the holidays. First up is Tiska Wiedermann, who works in Business Development at Raindance… Read More »
Greta Constantine brought their beautiful Spring/Summer collection to TIFF Bell Lightbox, and we were lucky enough to take in their vision of “female grace undone.” Check out our gallery from the event.
Montreal’s Fripe Fabrique is a treasure trove of vintage and independent-designer finds (and they also have an online shop). As you’re perusing owner Michelle Hutchinson’s carefully-curated sustainable fashion picks, you notice the sewing machines in the back. More than just a boutique, it’s also a DIY atelier where you can take classes in sewing and alteration, learn… Read More »
(Trigger Warning: sexist language, harsh language, pissed off feminist.) Dear Huffington Post, I am almost certain I have broken every single one of your rules as outlined in this helpful guide that tells us the top 23 trends that men hate. From the bottom of my cold, unfashionable feminist heart, I thank thee and bid thee a… Read More »
American Apparel has opened up an enormous, but temporary, factory outlet on Spadina Avenue, just north of Queen. Located in the Robertson Building (a hop away from Dark House Espresso) the pop-up factory outlet will feature more than 50,000 garments at up to 90% off from now until December 31. What do you need?? Leggings? Velvet… Read More »
On the eve prior to the highly anticipated Isabel Marant x H&M collection launch, Toronto fashion media were invited to an exclusive pre-shop event. Our invite specified that the shopping blitz would commence at 7:00 pm. We arrived at 7:04 pm to a line that extended all the way to Balmuto Street. Our wrists were… Read More »