Melanie Gordon on her battle with breast cancer, how it has influenced her family, and what Mother’s Day means to her.
The comment section on Chloe Van Keeken’s Instagram is rife with frantic teens: “CHLOE PLEASE NOTICE ME;” “Hi chole van Keeken I think u need to know that ur many peoples inspiration and ur a wonderful writer u have the best show on family and ur pretty smart and hailrous;” “can u please follow me thank… Read More »
Natali Álvarez Sánchez arrives in the lobby of the hotel wearing jean cut-offs, a white mesh tank top, bikini top and coloured mirrored sunglasses: The epitome of hot surfer babe with long, sun-drenched hair and effortless beauty. An Olympic gymnast in her native Venezuela since the age of six, she has been a professional surfer… Read More »
Amanda Ray has worked in some of the swankest restaurants in the city. After graduating from George Brown’s culinary programme she worked at Auberge du Pommier before taking on the role as a sous chef at Canoe. Following, Amanda was able to live her dream by studying rustic Provencal cuisine in France. Now she’s the chef… Read More »
This is the kind of list that could go on forever, but here are some of the many women who inspired us with their courage, smarts and success in 2013. Alice Munro This year, the master of the short story became the first Canadian woman to win the Nobel Prize for literature. Ariel Levy Levy’s… Read More »
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 »