Fur Is No Longer in Fashion…Why Now?
By: Natasha Jorge-Moore

Gucci is the latest of many high profile names to announce their commitment to becoming fur free. At this year’s annual Kering Talk at the London College of Fashion, Gucci CEO Marco Bizzarri announced Gucci’s move towards fur free design, beginning with its Spring/Summer 2018 collection. This announcement came as a surprise to many, considering […]

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A Look Back At 2017: The Year of Red
By: Naomi Brearley

Photos: Emmett Charuk

Modeling: Amanda Danishevsky

Art Direction: Bronwyn Marshall | Styling Assistant: Luke Severin | Makeup and Hair: Olive Grey

If there is one predominant trend that emerged during 2017, that our team here at SC can unanimously agree upon, it is that 2017 was the year of red. Street style stars such as Danielle Bernstein (@weworewhat) and Blair Eadie (@blaieeadiebee) donned vibrant red ensembles on multiple occasions throughout the year. Editors at Man Repeller, FASHION […]

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6 Stylish Looks to Wear on New Year’s Eve
By: Naomi Brearley

Photos: Gabi Macias

Modeling: Charlotte Carbon, Jessica Fess, Julia Hopkins, Penny Nj, Si Sun, Azmina Syed & Tristan Tsang | Makeup and Hair: Akshita Tandon

Art Direction: Luke Severin | Styling: Jessica Fess, Gabi Macias & Katya Katnelson

With one day until we finally say buh-bye to the mess of a year that was 2017, we figured you might be in need of a good celebration. And with this celebration on the horizon, we thought it only appropriate to help you get dressed for whatever shindig you have planned for ringing in the […]

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How to Style This Season’s Shiniest Trend
By: Ellis Mathews

Photos: Emmett Charuk

Modeling: Bronwyn McGuinness | Makeup and Hair: Cindy - @cmy.makeup

Art Direction: Naomi Brearley | Styling: Naomi Brearley

We have successfully survived the first few snowfalls of winter so, it’s safe to say the cold weather is officially here to stay. It’s time for us all to dig out our parkas, our thickest scarves and wooliest hats. However, this year we’re taking a hint from fashion girls who are accessorizing their warm winter […]

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Bitch, Don’t Touch My Hair: An Ode to Fashion’s Disrespect
By: Harrison Clarke

The other day I was scrolling through Solange Knowles’ Instagram profile, as I would usually do when I’m avoiding school work or just in need of spiritual guidance. Then I came across a picture posted on October 19th from her photoshoot for fashion and beauty magazine The Evening Standard. This picture showed the singer with her […]

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Print Is Apparently Dying, We Think It’s Not
By: Shayna Sujanani

We’ve Said It Before, We’ll Say It Again Like many teenage girls, magazines were a big part of my life growing up. And they still are. Flipping through glossy pages filled with articles ranging from ‘The Top 10 Summer Must-Haves Under $10’, to quizzes that would decipher ‘What Kind of Shopper Are You?’, was my […]

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Victoria’s Secret Angels Not Heavenly Yet
By: Ellis Mathews

It’s that time of year again; the lights are strung, Christmas trees are decorated, and extravagant angel wings flutter down the runway. Yes, its time for the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and this year, the globe trotting spectacle landed in Shanghai, China. Last Monday, when the show’s recording took place, Instagram was flooded with […]

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Teen Vogue, A Memoir
By: Daniela Ponzo

Last Thursday WWD released the news that Condé Nast International will cease the circulation of Teen Vogue in print, taking away 80 jobs in the process, and reducing the frequencies of the publication. Teen Vogue, a beloved edition of Vogue targeted towards young readers, has become a platform for politics, feminism and a voice of […]

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Canadian Fashion Needs a Revolution, Here’s Why
By: Emily Bartosiewicz

Photos: Holly Chang

This September, we observed fashion shows at TOM*, TWFW and Toronto Fashion Week, all of which left us feeling underwhelmed and hungry for more. Amidst the collections, clothes were wearable, likeable, but just that. The majority of designers presented collections that were safe which isn’t exactly an enticing choice of vocabulary when trying to vie for […]

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Industry Profile: Stand Up, Speak Up
By: STYLECIRCLE

Fashion trends have always been a visual history of social and political changes. We can see this in women’s fashion in the 1920s and 1960s, allowing for designs that helped women to feel liberated. In the 1980s men’s fashion borrowed from women’s designs highlighting the rise of a new version of the Alpha Male. Right […]

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