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Street Style, On The Run: 23 stylish shots from outside Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s tour in Toronto

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On The Run Tour Toronto

Photography by Mauricio Calero

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For those who remember dressing up to go see The Backstreet Boys because obviously they’d scoop you out from the crowd just to compliment your outfit, you’ll understand the supreme need for fans to dress up for Beyoncé and Jay-Z. The duo’s co-billed On The Run tour hit Toronto last night and as predicted, it was epic. Even with the dueling Lady Gaga concert next door at the ACC, the city’s (Skydome) Rogers Centre was ablaze with fans styled to the nines in #Flawless merch and Beyoncé-inspired outfits. See our favourite looks from outside, shot just before the Carters gave it up like not many other couples can.
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World Pride Week 2014: 43 photos from Toronto’s biggest summer event

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Photography courtesy of Green Space

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World Pride Week 2014 is officially over and we’re missing it already. The 10-day-long event was the biggest one yet, and of course, the week came to a close with Sunday’s epic parade, which saw its fair share of water guns, rainbow flags and incredible costumes. The delightfully sun-drenched parade involved over 12,000 participants this year (more than double the number from 2013′s closing event!).

Pride Week wouldn’t be complete without some amazing street style, and Toronto didn’t disappoint (does it ever?). Check out 43 snaps of the city’s finest from Pride Week 2014.

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Cutler and Gross’s Toronto store opening: Cool kids throwing shade in 1,200+ kaleidoscopic frames

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Cutler and Gross Toronto Store Opening

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Those with a sunglasses problem might want to steer clear of Toronto’s new optical candy store—Cutler and Gross might just make you an addict. The decades old British brand has landed on Queen Street West, opening its latest instalment of bright popping eyewear to some serious cool kid fanfare at a party last week. Hosted by The Coveteur’s Jake Rosenberg and Stephanie Mark, the fête saw eyewear enthusiasts like blogger Anita Clarke and the Globe and Mail’s Odessa Paloma Parker throwing some (literal) shade, aided and abetted by Cutler and Gross design director Marie Wilkinson, who flew in for the occasion from London.

It’s a good thing the party was limited to a few hours. Each guest could have easily spent all day long trying on each and every one of the store’s 1,200 models, which include the brand’s quirky collaborations with labels like Giles, Alberta Ferretti and Maison Martin Margiela. But hey, don’t take my word for it. Head on over to 758 Queen Street West in Toronto for your own eye popping experience.
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Field Trip 2014: 54 stylish shots from the start of music festival season in Toronto

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Field Trip Music Festival Toronto

Photography by Stefania Yarhi

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Festival season had its official Canadian start this weekend, as the second annual Field Trip music festival hit Toronto with a series of cacophonous bangs. Run by indie label Arts & Crafts, the two-day festival brought together homegrown darlings and international favourites like Interpol, The Kills, Austra, Washed Out, Cvrches and The Constantines. As is a now two-year tradition, local gods Broken Social Scene closed out the weekend with a 46-person set, as the crowd didn’t let the rain spoil the lively mood.

In what had to be the most perfect weather day of the year so far, Saturday’s almost 30 degree high had festivalgoers making use of the skin-baring assets of shorty short jorts, crop tops (with this season’s update: the thin strap) and protective oversized hats. In stark contrast, Sunday’s drizzle had attendees piling on the waterproof layers and creative makeshift ponchos out of colourful woven blankets.
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What to wear to Power Ball 2014: 12 outfit picks from stylish Toronto partygoers

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Sahar Nooraei

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Toronto’s annual arty blowout is happening this Thursday, which means that the city’s partygoers are in serious prep mode. Even for those who don’t circulate often, Power Ball is a big deal. Every year, the Power Plant comes alive with installations, open bars and flashbulbs. As such, you can imagine the importance placed on wardrobing. If you’re going to this year’s event and still don’t know what to wear, here are 12 tips from some of Toronto’s hippest partygoers and some of those involved with this year’s festivities.

Tickets are still available at thepowerplant.org but by this time tomorrow they’re likely to disappear. Get ‘em while they’re hot!
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Kleinfeld Hudson’s Bay: 28 photos from the bridal salon’s launch party in Toronto

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Photography by Stefania Yarhi

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Is there a bigger bridal brand than Kleinfeld? Last night, to celebrate the Say Yes To The Dress juggernaut’s debut at Hudson’s Bay in Toronto, a lavish cocktail party took over all 20,000 square feet of the just-opened bridal salon. The space, with white-washed floors and vaulted ceiling could easily pass as a wedding venue itself (there’s even a small patio space for post-saying-yes cocktails!)—save for the dozens of dresses lining the walls. But what’s on display is just a sample of how much Kleinfeld has to offer: behind the scenes, there’s over 600 gowns to choose from, with more than 50 brands on the roster. Read more »


Street Style, Toronto: 28 spring-ready shots from Trinity Bellwoods this weekend

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Street Style Toronto Trinity Bellwoods

Photography by Mauricio Calero

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Spring sorta sprung this weekend and for a hot second it seemed like every single one of Toronto’s 2.6 million inhabitants was outdoors celebrating the warm weather’s return. Amongst the stacked locales, the west end’s Trinity Bellwoods Park was abloom with hip kids doing hip things like biking, riskily park drinking and just maxing on the sun’s rays in their finest springtime attire. For some direction on what to wear all summer long, look no further than 28 shots of the city’s early adopters wearing swaggy baseball shirts, Comme des Garçons florals and snapback hats.
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Spa Week is back and bigger than ever! Indulge in a day at the spa for just $50

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WaySpa Spa Week 2014

If the high cost of going to the spa is keeping you from enjoying frequent afternoons of relaxation, have we got news for you. WaySpa, the online spa marketplace, is back with another edition of Spa Week, running April 21-27, 2014. Think of Spa Week as Summerlicious for your mind, body and soul: luxury spas offer premium treatments for just $50—but for one week only.

That’s right: you can book a facial, massage, manicure, pedicure and more at some of Canada’s top spas for only a fraction of what they usually cost. Even better, this year Spa Week has expanded to more Canadian cities, with Calgary, Edmonton and Ottawa joining the roster that already includes Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal. That’s a whole lotta spa treatments! So what are you waiting for? The complete Spa Week by WaySpa list is available here and we suggest booking ASAP—especially if you have your eye on more than one.


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