Against The Grain Theatre is a collective of passionate, young, professional opera performers who are moving traditional works into unconventional spaces. For four nights only, they will be performing Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro, retitled Figaro’s Wedding, at The Burroghes loft building at Queen and Bathurst. Intimate, different, and dramatic, guests will feel like they are at an… Read More »Read Article
ALL EMPHASIS ON THE EYES! Was the firm direction given to MAC makeup artists for Laura Siegel SS2013 show. But instead of a smouldering smoky eye, makeup artists created a red ethereal eye. Spooky.Read Article
The first thing I noticed upon walking into the crowded loft space at the Burroughes Building was that everyone in Toronto has now gone goth. The Girls of Toronto (GOTH minus the H) arrived to the show draped in all sorts of black silk and viscose, making appearances in clunky creepers, burgundy bouches and weird… Read More »Read Article
One of the best parts of Toronto Fashion Week is scouting out all the cool style by attendees. From society types who love being the first to view a new collection to beauty editors at FASHION and FLARE, here are some pics of style we noticed from front row guests at Laura Siegl and Chloe… Read More »Read Article
The first of a new summer concert series to benefit Rob Dyer’s organizations Dream.Love.Cure & Skate 4 Cancer took over the 6th floor of swanky Queen West Burroughs Lofts last Friday night. With the view from The Burrough’s rooftop party patio, we boogied down for a great cause in style. Typically some passersby peer past velvet ropes, clipboards, security guards and… Read More »Read Article
Toronto Hit List: NXNE Experiment II, Toronto Island Bonfire Party, OTM x Songs & Cigarettes Vintage Pop-Up, A Wild Rumpus for Maurice Sendak & more!
June 8th-17th Luminato @ various locations. An annual 10-day festival of creativity where Toronto’s stages, streets, and public spaces are illuminated with arts and creativity! Luminato is a multi-disciplinary festival of theatre, dance, classical and contemporary music, film, literature, visual arts, design and more.Read Article