Photo gallery: The Toronto Fashion Incubator New Labels fashion show

We hit up the Toronto Fashion Incubator‘s annual fundraising show/competition, New Labels, to check out four of Toronto’s up-and-coming designer talents. The Carlu was packed with media, supporters, fans, and industry folk; we even spotted supermodel Stacey McKenzie and Fashion Television‘s Glen Baxter! Presenting to a panel of judges, the designers were competing to win $25,000, the… Read More »

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Model Charlotte Free’s Comments on Photographer Terry Richardson Reflect a Problematic Perception of Sexual Assault

Charlotte Free is the model of the moment. She’s on the cover of the March issue of Flare, and she just landed a contract with Maybelline. Known for her “edgy look,” she’s also courting controversy outside of the pages of fashion magazines. Recently, she made some pretty unsavoury comments on her Tumblr account in support… Read More »

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Party at DX Intersection and get lost in an unexpected world of design honouring Douglas Coupland

Luminescent story telling devices, mystery dinners in a moonshine distillery, 20 artist takes on classic Ikea furniture, and more: You don’t want to miss DX Intersection. DX Intersection is the Design Exchange’s annual fundraiser, and trust us when we say they know how to throw a party. Canadian artists, chefs, filmmakers, and designers will come… Read More »

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Slinging the goss and sipping mojitos at the 7th annual Smut Soiree, a girls' night on steroids

The 7th Annual Smut Soiree, presented by John Frieda,  hosted by Lainey Gossip, and co-hosted by Dan Levy at eco-friendly venue the Evergreen Brickworks, was essentially a girls’ dish fest on steroids. Calorie-free vitaminwater zero was never more then an arm’s reach away. For those of us lacking a guilty conscience, Bacardi mojitos were muddled… Read More »

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Joe Fresh and Flare team up to throw a grand season finale bash for Revenge

Let it be on record that we wish to perfect an insult as excellent as Victoria Grayson’s icy kindness. Although, to be honest, Conrad’s giving her a run for her money in the cool-handed bitchery department. Revenge isa sprawling, delectable treat; a prime time soap opera so resplendently ridiculous––so indescribably addicting, that we almost forget that it… Read More »

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