SHE Canada: July 2012 Street Style Contest

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By: Frances Du You guys asked for it and now here it is! SHE Canada is excited to announce our first ever street-style contest! Popular street-style blogs like The Sartorialist and Face Hunter have proven that the most fashion-forward folks can be found riding their bicycles in Manhattan or out […]

Are You Rooting For Team Karl?

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By: Frances Du While Karl Lagerfeld usually gets a ton of negative press because of his controversial comments (ahem, Adele), we do love his cheeky sense of humor. In anticipation of the Summer Olympics 2012, Lagerfeld has partnered up with London’s prestigious department store, Selfridges, to open an Olympic-themed pop-up […]

Princess of Polka Dots

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By: Serena Tarneja and Devina Puri Louis Vuitton unveiled its new polka dot line inspired and co-designed by the “Princess of Polka Dots” herself, Yayoi Kusama. Kusama was born in Matsumoto City, Japan in 1929. At a young age she began to have hallucinations, which she would record in sketchbooks. […]

The Toronto Fringe Festival

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Written By: Anoja Muthucumaru The 24th annual Toronto Fringe Festival begins July 4th in the Fringe Artist Alley located in the ever-alternative venue of the Honest Eds alleyway. Per usual we are sure to see theater goers gush with excitement over the array of shows and venues being used like […]

SHE’s List of Long Weekend Activities for the GTA

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By: Antoinette Boachie From poutines to beavertails, maple leafs to maple syrup, these are all trademarks of Canadian heritage. This Sunday, July 1st marks Canada’s 145th independence anniversary. Without this day Canada would not be the multicultural destination it is. Across the nation citizens, visitors and immigrants alike are heading […]