There have been 99 years of touchdowns, tackles, and blitzes in the Canadian Football league, and this Sunday will make it 100. The 100-year anniversary of the Grey Cup will be heading to Toronto to host the final game of the CFL’s season and hometown team, the Toronto Argonauts, will be facing the Calgary Stampeders. While the two cities mayors may be placing bets on the winning team, we’re thinking about what to wear when watching.
Read more »
All posts under ‘Lacoste’
Thinking creatively about holiday gift ideas for men, for us, means appealing to his five senses. It can be your brother, boyfriend, husband or dad on your Christmas 2012 gift list, but our trendy ideas are sure to gain a man’s stamp of approval. Alcohol, socks, and sweaters have been tried and tested gifts for as long as we can remember for gifts for men, but this year we’re taking the basics and adding a twist.
Read more »
Next up on our Fashionable DIY costume series, is a one Marc Jacobs. The mastermind known for creating trends with Warholian tendencies at Marc Jacobs, Marc by Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton, is known for taking the same approach to his body and style.
Enter, the costume idea. Marc wore a bright pink Lacoste dress to Louis Vuitton – Marc Jacobs: The Exhibition in March, which showed off his toned body (seriously, he’s so fit) and some of his cartoon inspired tattoos. We’re not saying to get matching permanent tattoos, but here’s a good opportunity to grab your most artistic pal and let them doodle all over you for one night of the year. From Spongebob Square Pants to the Simpson’s character drawn after him, you’ll be sporting by far the most fashion genius look of the night.
The complete Fall 2012 campaign gallery featuring Burberry, Givenchy, Balenciaga, Versace, Vuitton and more!
To celebrate fashion’s biggest season, we’ve put all of the most major ads (So much image slicing!) together in one space. We’ll be adding new creatives as they become available, so be sure to check back for all the biggest and best.
The scoop on Yorkdale’s latest expansion plans, including new stores from Kate Spade, Ann Taylor, Ted Baker and more!
As if Yorkdale hadn’t spoiled us enough by ushering in Topshop and J.Crew’s first Canadian locations last year, now they’ll be welcoming other first-timer brands into the fold later this year. Kate Spade New York, Ann Taylor and Ted Baker London are among a group of retailers that will find new homes in the massive retailer as part of an ongoing major expansion. Holt Renfrew, Lacoste and Club Monaco will all upgrade to renovated, larger spaces as well.
The most recent $185 million retail expansion will increase the shopping centre’s area by 145,000 square feet and will create 30 new stores, which will be open for business on November 15. This is the second of two major expansions for the retail centre, which launched the results of its first expansion this June: Dine on 3, Yorkdale’s new 45,000 square foot dining area, gives shoppers a cozy sanctuary thanks to its skylights, fireplaces and outdoor terrace.
A clean, graphic, classic combo—black and white make every outfit a main event.
MEN’S FASHION: Principal dancers with the National Ballet of Canada, Guillaume Côté, Jirí Jelinek and Piotr Stanczyk star in fashion’s shorts program
The race is on to find this season’s most sleek, athletic-inspired pieces. “Sport was touched on in almost every collection,” says Nicholas Mellamphy, creative director of The Room at the Bay. He points to Anthony Vaccarello’s use of tech fabrics and utility details, Antonio Berardi’s strong colour and stripe detailing, Yves Saint Laurent’s “sporty but elegant” eveningwear jumpsuits and J. Mendel’s play on the old-school sports jersey. The question is: Can sporty wear be made office-appropriate? Mellamphy laces up to give us a pep talk.