If there was a spike in Google searches yesterday for “Roland Mouret,” here’s why: almost nobody at the party for the French designer knew what he looked like. In a world where designers strive to become Instagram stars, that’s a rarity. “I prefer my dresses to be famous,” Mouret explained surrounded by fans at The... Read more »
For those of you who have ever watched one of those Old Hollywood masquerade scenes and wondered “how did you not recognize your sister with a mask on?,” you’ll know how flabbergasted I was to actually fall prey last night. At the Art Gallery of Ontario’s annual art bash, guests were asked to play a... Read more »
Thank you, Sophie Grégiore Trudeau for showing up at the CAFA Awards at Toronto’s Fairmont Royal York Hotel on Saturday night. Thank you for wearing that spectacular caped jumpsuit by Montreal designer Michael D. And thank you for standing up and declaring that Canada is home to world-class talent. Canadian designers desperately need outspoken fans... Read more »
FASHION’s FW16 Toronto Fashion Week Awards took place last Friday and, as usual, it was the fash-bash of the season. An invite-only event, the crowd included designers, models, beauty influencers and fashion elite who graced the sleek space at Andrew Richard Designs. FASHION also hosted a live photoshoot for the August 2016 issue featuring nominated designs from this season’s runways being shot as the party was underway.
Last night kicked off the reopening of H&M‘s Canadian flagship store at Toronto’s Eaton Centre, as well as the launch of H&M Home. The newly renovated store, which covers over 57,000 square feet, is now one of the ten biggest H&M stores in the world, and it shows. Full of what feels like a never-ending... Read more »
Like any buzzy award show, best-dressed moments don’t end when you turn off the TV. While we were busy catching some shut-eye, celebrities partied it up until the wee hours of the morning (or at least we think they did). Though the Golden Globes’ red carpet game was without a doubt a glamorous one, we... Read more »
Leading up to its opening in Toronto this February, Saks Fifth Avenue has been marking its territory with a series of stylish and seriously on point events. Earlier this month, the retailer celebrated its upcoming partnership with the National Ballet of Canada, and on Monday, it collaborated with artist Shantell Martin to illustrate its new... Read more »
At last night’s Centre Stage gala, the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts transformed into Simon Fullersville for the third annual live opera competition. Eight mega-talented hopefuls belted out their best Mozart (and Verdi, Rossini and Puccini…) arias for a chance to win cash prizes in support of the Canadian Opera Company’s Ensemble Studio.... Read more »