This past weekend marked the official public opening of Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario—the only Canadian gallery in this exhibit’s run. Known for her exploration of sexuality and family through her iconic gourds, phalluses, and polka-dots, the Japanese artist carries with her all the trauma of her childhood breathing […]

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How to Decorate Your Dorm Like a Fashion Student

By: STYLECIRCLE

Photos: Bronwyn Marshall

Art Direction: Millie Yates

In honour of the weather getting colder and the semester feeling more overwhelming, we thought we would take this time to celebrate the amount of time we fashion students spend indoors. In our first ever issue of The Book, we featured four talented fashion creatives and their to-die-for work spaces. Three years later these students […]

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Toronto Fashion Week in Yorkville Village ended a fashion filled Day Two with a spicy opening night party for the brand new Dali X Yorkville Village exhibition. The special exhibit showcases a selection of Salvador Dali’s prints and sculptures as well as garments inspired by his work. First Three The first three looks were totally […]

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There’s no doubt that fashion and all its namesakes are a true form of art. From conception to drawing, draping to drafting and all the construction techniques from haute couture to art-to-wear, it takes a special skillset to create beautiful clothes. But when it comes to fashion and visual art, nothing brings more meaning to […]

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It seems as though fashion’s longest living cliché is the lasting debate over whether pink is strictly a feminine colour. Of course, the Sappeurs of the Congo, Versace’s bubble gum suits and Ralph Lauren’s preppy polos have proved that even the manliest of men can rock the world’s “prettiest,” colour. However, as a fashion student, […]

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