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Jack Lux Vintage Pop-Up Has All The Goodies

There’s a new vintage store in town, with racks upon racks of clothing waiting for you to dig through ‘em. Montreal’s Jack Lux has opened a Toronto pop-up vintage store in the former Lomography location at 536 Queen Street West (at Bathurst) until October 23rd. Over 200,000 items from the Quebec Government’s costume archives (cuz… Read More »

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PHOTOS! Untitled & Co. Yorkville Opening

Queen West boutique Untitled & Co. has moved north, and we were there to check out opening night in Yorkville. There was plenty of cool and sassy style both on the racks and off. Inside Untitled & Co., expect the unexpected: from Japanese streetwear to their own brand of t-shirts and sweatshirts,, featuring dreamy photos… Read More »

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PHOTOS! Candice&Alison Luxury Events Celebrates 5 Years

Last week, luxury events company Candice&Alison celebrated 5 years in business with Candice Vs. Alison: A Fete of 5 Years, a lavish affair at Malaparte inside TIFF Bell Lightbox. If you’ve been to a stylish and beautiful event lately, chances are Candice&Alison (Candice Chan and Alison Slight) had something to do with it. The pair… Read More »


Everlane Presents the Langley Collection

If the devil is in the details, then these perfect, sexy tanks from Everlane’s new collaboration with model and illustrator Langley Fox are sinfully simple. Basics embellished with something that makes you look twice, the two pieces in the collection are the kind of staple you do end up wearing every day. This is the… Read More »


Parloque Caters to Toronto’s International Street Style Lovers

As of May 15th, f 1093 Queen Street West became home to previously unreachable international collections. In the eyes of a Torontonian who could only adore designs by UNIF, S=YZ and KYE (coming in the fall) on Tumblr, Parloque is the magical kingdom of internationally famous street style designs. Amrita Gill plays the role of the… Read More »