A Night So RAD

By: Samantha Cass

It’s a brutally cold winter’s Friday night, the first of February, and I’ve convinced my friend to make the trek through a vaguely familiar part of Toronto’s Cabbagetown for a magazine launch party. For some reason, I manage to stay warm as we walk to Arta Gallery at 14 Distillery Lane, in a bad-decisions outfit consisting of a bikini top and a questionably weather-appropriate leather trench commandeered from my floormate’s closet.

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Love Thy Galentine

By: Alicia Churilla

Photos: Gabi Macias

A series aiming to highlight the platonic love and support found in female friendships.

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Featured graphic by Joanna Ho I was sitting at a midtown bar one September evening waiting for a friend of mine when I instinctively opened up Twitter to scroll through the events of the day. I don’t remember what I was drinking, nor do I remember the name of the very attractive waitress who ended […]

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Feature Image by Joanna Ho When January finally comes around, it feels like I’m letting go of a breath I’ve been holding onto. I think to myself, finally, things are in their place. The snow is piled on the sidewalks, the wind is whipping with intensity and I see boot adorned feet; this looks like […]

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Featured image by Maxim Caron Photos from Peoples Product The buzz-worthy words of sustainable and fair trade have received more recognition..

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Featured Graphic by: Alicia Churilla Who doesn’t love a good ol’ American fashion trend? Jackie Kennedy, the Kardashians, Hilary Clinton – do those names ring a bell? Everyone has an opinion about American politics, trends, and fashion, from pedal pushers to bell bottoms to Hilary’s much debated pant suits. There seems to be no end […]

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NEW YEAR, NEW ME?

By: Alicia Churilla

The idea that the beginning of a New Year initiates a new version of one’s self is a concept western cultures have embraced as society pushes the goal of self-improvement. But why does every year have to be an opportunity to reinvent one’s self? Why do we need to become a new person? Instead I suggest that we simply embrace who we are, enjoy the journey, and be kind to ourselves. That attention to detail can be hard to manage with the busy lives of the millennial. Below I present 5 apps for the millennial, that can help us work on this New Years Goal of integrating kindness and self awareness into our “new” self.

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All That Glitters – Holiday Look Book

By: Alicia Churilla

Photos: Alicia Churilla | HMUA: Taylor Chousky | Stylist: Sarit Cohen

Modeling: Sydney Strader with Anita Norris Models

Art Direction: Alicia Churilla

As the year comes to a close, StyleCircle brings you style inspiration for the NYE ball drop.

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The Power of Ultraviolet

By: Lesley Deboer

As the year comes to a close and a new Pantone colour waits on the horizon, we’ve decided to take a look back at what exactly the Pantone 2018 colour of the year has gifted us. Here’s the story of Ultraviolet.

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What We Learned From The Talk

By: Samantha Cass

Photos: George Pimentel

StyleCircle’s fierce Editor-in-Chief and Creative Director Alicia Churilla in attendance at The Talk “Having creative people fosters innovation.” Toronto mayor John Tory opened the scene unfolding at the Artscape Daniels Launchpad at Toronto’s Harbourfront. The U for Change panel, The Talk, was set to the tone of creativity and forward change and encourages youth to have the self-confidence to […]

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