Shedoesthecity-Approved Music Festival Looks

Music festival season is officially upon us and whether you’ll be hitting up Coachella, Sasquatch, Bonnaroo or Lollapalooza, fashion is key. (And we’re not just talking aesthetically – things get sweaty, muddy, rainy, and dusty. Cutoffs and rubber boots are as practical as they are trendy!) Here are some Shedoesthecity-approved festival looks for the 2013 season. … Read More »

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Montreal Boutique of the Week: Unicorn

The Shop: As a devoted wearer of all things black, I feel right at home at Unicorn. The black floor, furniture and ornate decor pieces (black-painted birdcages, baroque candelabras and light fixtures) give the shop the look of an edgy, kinda gothy art gallery, particularly with original jewelry displayed against picture frames, hand-drawn prints of young, dreamy… Read More »

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Montreal’s Three Monkeys a Must-Visit Boutique for Local and Independent Clothing Brands

Three Monkeys is Montreal’s premier location for local and independent clothing brands. Located in Cours Mont Royal (@ 1455 Peel St.) a former hotel transformed into an elegant downtown shopping centre, this place has tons of exclusive Montreal designers as well as tough-to-find independent lines. I toured the store last week and jotted down some of the key pieces I’m lusting after for summer 2012:

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Blansdowne’s Newest (Only?) Concept Boutique HAUS puts the Green in Sustainable and the Sashay in Fierce

by Becca Lemire This HAUS, at 1265 Bloor St. W at Lansdowne, is built with love, sizzling fashion sense and intention. A semi-recent addition to the emerging Bloordale neighbourhood of Toronto, HAUS showcases and encourages forward-thinking products, labels and designers from local to elsewhere, including sustainable housewares, natural skincare, upcycled vintage and untouched vintage classics at reasonable… Read More »

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