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Look good at the gym: 14 stylish shopping picks that’ll upgrade your workout gear

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Look good at the gym

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There’s nothing quite like new workout gear to get that extra boost of fitness motivation. With sneakers back on-trend and designer athletic gear collaborations being announced quicker than we can process (ahem, Rick Owens for Adidas and Nike for A.P.C.) the options are better than ever. Following our Spring trends guide, mixing and matching colours with graphic prints makes for the perfect recipe for how to look good at the gym. Read more »


Inside downtown Toronto’s first Marshalls location: Gucci, Nike, Roxy and more flood the racks inside what used to be clubland’s hottest spot

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Check out the first downtown Toronto Marshalls

The doors at 126 John St. in Toronto have been shut for two years until Marshalls—an American version of our beloved Winners—reopened them. After the downfall of Peter Gatien’s mega-club/mega-maze, C!RCA, no one knew what to expect from the ridiculously large space until now.

The first downtown location (there are over a dozen other locations in Ontario) of Marshalls spans two floors and occupies 29,000 square feet of off-price designer goods and a whole lot of deals.
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Vancouver shop notes: Summer staple

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Photography by Erin Seaman

Ease into bikini season with this pretty pair of boardshorts by Roxy ($50, roxy.com). Perfect for sea and street, the lingerie-inspired hem ups the flirt factor of this summer staple. Read more »


Scuba do: Check out FASHION’s photo shoot and go behind the scenes in tropical Hawaii

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FASHION SHOOT: Scuba do

Escape the chill and head to heavenly Hawaii in resort brights, surfer prints and dive-inspired details. For our very first resort collections shoot, we couldn’t imagine a more fitting setting than the swaying palms and long stretches of white sandy beach on Oahu—especially since Givenchy, Stella McCartney, Marc by Marc Jacobs and Marni resort were blooming with wild botanical prints and scuba-inspired silhouettes in a tropical paradise palette. Armed with a salt water–filled spray bottle and a boatload of bronzer, our hair and makeup artist Greg Wencel created a sun-kissed, unfussy beach beauty look for model Natalia Bogdanova. A short drive along the coast from Waikiki, we scaled the sloping cliffscape to the crashing waves below to shoot on sparkling black rocks at Lana’i Lookout (or Rifle Range, as the locals call it) and Halona Cove. We spent the day flinging ourselves into the pounding surf to cool off between frames. Our story was completed with a professional surfer as handsome accessory—and on the last day of the trip, we mustered the courage to take a lesson and catch a few waves of our own.

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FASHION plates: surf’s up!

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By Jordan Porter

Surf’s up! Whether you’ve been living at the beach (we kind of hate you), are planning a trip, or simply can’t get enough of summer’s inspired gear, we’ve got you covered with these wave-catching essentials. Get active in the water or emulate beach inspired beauty with a collaboration by Stila and Roxy. From the buzzed-about wetsuit-inspired apparel by Lisa Marie Fernandez to Ray-Ban’s eclectic Wayfarers, these pieces will have you standing out on the water’s edge.

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The daily steal: Painterly print dress, $51

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The hardest thing about fall is giving up all the prints that made summer so fun. So to make the transition a little less gloomy, a dark painterly print feels like the antidote. This simple dress with a pretty ruffle ($51, roxy.com) will pair well with tights and a cozy cardigan, sharp blazer, or when it gets really chilly, something suede.


The daily steal: Little black printed dress, $51

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You can never have too many Little Black Dresses. This one from Roxy ($51, roxy.com) introduces a bit of variety with its sharp little pattern, without straying far from what you need your LBD to do. Roxy refers to it as the “On the Road Dress,” though we wouldn’t advise any highway-side Kerouac-ian behaviour in such a delicate frock.


Learn to shred at Snow Camp

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I might not be competing in the 2010 Games (at under one month to go, I think I missed the boat), but it’s never too late to brush up on my snowboarding skills. My favourite place to do just that was at Roxy’s two-day all girls All Star Snow Camp (from $185, whistlerblackcomb.com/roxycamps), which recommences after the Olympics break. Read more »


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