Primaries, Prairies, and Suiting Up for NYFW SS19
By: Kelsey Adlem

  This NYFW S/S 19 presented Ralph Lauren as top dog for creating a buzz on social media, boasting the brand’s 50th anniversary with a blowout fashion show and party in the Bethesda Terrace in Central Park. The brand dominated with social engagement during the week, especially on Instagram where they posted trending images of […]

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A Case for Canada: Hope on the Horizon Following TFW x RE/SET SS19
By: Naomi Brearley

Photos: George Pimentel

For as long as I can remember the universal narrative told and understood about Canada across the globe was one of a familial nature. Canada has always been understood within the global landscape as the United States’ reliable neutral younger sibling – never stepping outside the lines, always at the ready to stand up for […]

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ZOFF Dreams of Bitches at the Beach for TFW
By: Sarah Cho

Photos: George Pimentel

On the second day of Toronto Fashion Week, ZOFF introduced its Spring/Summer 2019 collection, “BITCH AT THE BEACH”. It was a highly anticipated show since the brand has been recently making a name for itself. This past April, ZOFF received a nomination for the Swarovski Emerging Talent Award for fashion design, and just last year, […]

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Checks for Change: Burberry’s New Logo Design
By: Emily Bartosiewicz

  In fashion, as in everything else, there comes a time when we all could use a fresh start. But with the case of Burberry, there is fresh, and then there is complete overhaul. What exactly is it that drove the brand to transform something so emblematic, timeless, and quintessentially them? What burning desire provoked […]

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EXCLUSIVE – GLOW – End of Summer Editorial
By: Emmett Charuk

Photos: Emmett Charuk | Fashion Styling: Naomi Brearley | Makeup & Hair: Taylor Chousky

Modeling: Truth Alexis, Sydney Westgate & Celia Papadakos with B&M; Anouk Brouwer

      With the end of summer unfortunately fast approaching, we decided to relish in the evening sun for this colourful and creative end of summer editorial titled ‘Glow’. We hope this editorial inspires you to be creative and add some colour into your outfits for the last little bit of summer!     […]

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FEATURED – Natural Forces
By: Yasmin Momeni

Photos: Ariana Mount

Modeling: Nana Te

Art Direction: Yasmin Momeni | Makeup: Maira Candela

The creative inspiration behind this collection of photographs came from the idea of the struggle between man and nature. The back and fourth, push and pull struggle between respecting the earth and its resources, and the desire to impose our own ways of life into the earth. It’s the idea of the dominant force of […]

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Toronto’s First Indigenous Fashion Week Weaves Style with Tradition
By: Daniel Bosco

Photos: Nadya Kwandibens

Indigenous designers have never had an opportunity of the magnitude of Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto; until now. For decades, the culture, craftsmanship and charisma of Indigenous fashion has been overlooked by mainstream (i.e. Western) culture, unless for the purposes of appropriation and capitalization. The colour, beading and fabric work of First Nations peoples have  for […]

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The “Manolo Blahnik: Art of Shoes” Exhibition in Toronto is a Big Deal
By: Naomi Brearley

Manolo Blahnik’s “The Art of Shoes” is the biggest retrospective the Bata Shoe Museum, in Toronto, has ever hosted. It is the first exhibit to be on display without legendary Bata matriarch Sonja Bata at the museum’s helm. It is also the last and only North American museum to host the legendary collection of the […]

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The Met Gala is Fashion’s Christmas And This Year We Were #Blessed
By: Naomi Brearley

Every year, the first Monday in May marks fashion’s rebirth, as the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City unveils its new exhibition. Most years The Met attempts to address hot topic issues that relate to fashion as a means to bring attention to historically relevant works of art, while […]

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Diversity, Inclusivity & Wearable Art: The Standout Looks of Mass Exodus 2018
By: Naomi Brearley

Photos: Alicia Churilla, Emmett Charuk

This past week, as it happens every year, throngs of onlookers, fashion fanatics and prideful parents flocked to Daniels Spectrum in Regent Park to celebrate the work of graduating Fashion Communications and Fashion Design students. What marks the culmination of four years of blood sweat and tears, is a fashion event like no other – […]

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