We first met designer Ela Kowaleska at an intimate lunch put on by Holt Renfrew, and were quickly enchanted by her graceful disposition and classic beauty. Ela grew up in both Poland and Canada, and since her early twenties, she’s also spent chapters of her life in the UK, Japan, and Sweden. Her career journey… Read More »Read Article
Muttonhead is one of our favourite local clothing brands for many reasons. Their clothing is designed and manufactured in Toronto; they guarantee sweatshop free, fair trade and ethical practice; and they make use of a variety of natural and sustainable fabrics.Read Article
The first time I met Jeremy Laing, we were at "The shOws" . Shamelessly, I asked what his name was even though I already knew. It was his whimsical glasses that made him so recognizable, after all. Then we talked about how we owned the same pair of Comme des Garcons harem pants. It was… Read More »Read Article
Dress for Success is an amazing local and international charity that helps to promote economic independence for disadvantaged and unemployed women by providing them with support through training, clothes and career development. The process starts with offering career guidance, mock interviews and support for job searches. One-on-one attention is given to each client to find… Read More »Read Article
We got a sneak peek at Jenny Bird's fall accessories collection and oh hey, pretty statement pieces, how ya doin'?
Serpent bangles and chunky chain cuffs, resin stone rings and coin-embellished bracelets, lantern lariats and fringe drop earrings: summer may have barely started, but with new pieces from Jenny Bird’s eponymous jewelry line, we’re kiiiiiiind of reallysuperduper looking forward to fall.Read Article
The opening of The Bazaar Pop Up by RAC Boutique was stylegasm central! Check our photo gallery of local boutique owners and their loyal clientele.
You know all the people we profile each week in our Style Scout section? Well, that was pretty much the scene this past Thursday at RAC Boutique’s The Bazaar Pop Up Shop opening party. Hot damn! Every time we cocked our head we had a stylegasm. (Like, we need a massage) The opening bash allowed vodka-thirsty shoppers first dibs… Read More »Read Article