The “New” Masculinity

By: Ellis Mathews

Featured Graphic by Steve Nguyen In the wake of the #MeToo movement, we see the term ‘modern masculinity’ come up frequently. According to i-D magazine, modern masculinity reflects the embodiment of men who are sensitive, thoughtful, creative, and openly embrace their identity. Just last November, Timothée Chalamet and Harry Styles briefly opened up about this […]

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Everything You Need To Know About Fall 2019 Fashion Month

By: Emily Bartosiewicz

Photos: George Pimentel / Vogue

This year’s Fall season was anything but predictable. Raf Simons left Calvin Klein and was immediately followed by the brand’s decision not to show a collection in February. Nearly two months later, the fashion sphere was overshadowed by the untimely death of glorified king of fashion, Karl Lagerfeld. He was the creative director of Chanel […]

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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 in the fashion industry as of late. While most people value these morals, not many ethically made, affordable options are available for them. If you want to shop sustainably and conscientiously, you are often […]

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Boxing Day Blues

By: Joanna Lupker

The world of fast fashion can be epitomized by the infamous event of Boxing Day. Shoppers crowd store entrances, impatiently waiting for the chance to haul cheap finds at a unsustainable cost.

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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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Featured Graphic by Djellza Berisha Once upon a time, two friends sat off the curb of a bustling byway in Rome drinking espressos under an awkwardly crooked yellow umbrella. They worked together at a little corner store named Fendi. One of the two men would later end up saying multiple politically-charged statements, only to end […]

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Body Love at 706 x Mary Young

By: Quinne Murakawa

Photos: Quinne Murakawa

Feature Graphic by Joanna Ho Body positivity was the theme of the night at the launch party of Ryerson alumna Mary Young’s new F/W18 lingerie collection. The designer and her planning team worked to create a “Girls’ Night In” vibe, complete with a bed, pillows, and fairy lights that made it the ultimate slumber party. […]

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