Fanny Packs Are Back!

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After having its debut as a fashion accessory must-have during the 90s, fanny packs are back and are not going anywhere any time soon. Many celebrities including Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid have joined in with the trend. It’s no surprise that these bags are making a comeback. The small […]

2018 Montreal Fashion Week’s Take on Fashion

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In preparation for the 25th annual Montreal Fashion Week, festival organizer, Amanda Labourot tells CTV News Montreal that the show sets to focus on the consumers instead of the buyers and media. The overall concept of the show centres on what consumers active on social media are interested in by […]

Should we be excited for Pharrell’s “Hu Holi NMD” sneaker line?

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Although the official release is tomorrow, American rapper Pharrell has already been taking some hits for his new sneaker collaborative collection with Adidas, “Hu Holi NMD”, which is inspired by the the Indian festival of colour, Holi. Earlier this month, the coveted artist flew to Mumbai, India to host a […]

Recap: Toronto Men’s Fashion Week

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The eighth season of Toronto Men’s Fashion Week (TOM*) was definitely one for the books! The three talent-packed days had fashion fanatics from all corners of Toronto congregating at One Yonge St. to mingle with some of the most biggest figures in the Toronto fashion industry and witness the incomparable talents […]

Toronto’s Biggest Fashion Weeks

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Toronto is home to a bustling mix of eclectic cultures that can be seen in the city’s food, it’s nightlife, and its art. The area is a hotbed for the new and the chic, including its thriving fashion scene. Toronto is home to events that catch the eye of designers […]

Chanel’s forest inspired runway show at Paris Fashion Week blasted by environmentalists

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With a number of high-end labels slowly acknowledging the importance of environmental ethics, it seems that Chanel is following a completely opposite route. The French fashion house has been heavily attacked by environmentalists after Karl Lagerfield fells what are believed to be 100 year old trees for his highly-anticipated runway […]

Artists For Peace And Justice (APJ) Hosts Compelling Concert

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BOVET 1822 and Artists For Peace and Justice (APJ) organized their second songs from the cinema concert in Los Angeles on March 4, 2018. The event supports the education and training of the Haiti youth generation while maintaining peace and social justice as well as addressing issues of the poverty […]

Québec based label Simons is opening the world’s first “Net Zero” branch

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With interest on sustainable fashion gradually emerging, one popular Canadian brand is also ready to be part of the “green team” in a revolutionary way. While labels such as Nicole Bridger, Laura Siegel, and H&M rely on eco-friend fabrics and have implemented ethical manufacturing to promote sustainability, Québec-based retailer Simons is […]

The Oscar Ceremony 2018 Highlights

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    The 90th Academy Awards were held in Los Angeles last Sunday night. The Shape of Water has won 4 Oscars for the Best Picture, Best Director (Guillermo del Toro), Best Production Design, and Best Achievement in Music (Original Score).   Del Toro who has highlighted his immigrant status […]