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Announcements

Aesop opens its first standalone Toronto store

Posted by Bianca Venerayan / July 21, 2015

aesop torontoThe upscale skincare brand has opened a bricks and mortar location in Toronto, bringing intriguing scents and $400 eye creams a few strides west of Trinity Bellwoods. The interior is as minimal as can be, but you couldn't think of displaying these products in any other way.

Read my profile of Aesop Toronto in the fashion section.
Announcements

New menswear shop is part clubhouse & part boutique

Posted by Bianca Venerayan / July 8, 2015

park and provinceThis new menswear boutique by Trinity Bellwoods looks a lot like a cool apartment, save for the meticulously merchandised clothing, shoes and lifestyle goods. Plants, a patio, and two friendly dudes offering beer are dead giveaways.

Read my profile of Park & Province in the fashion section.
Fashion & Style

The top 5 new shoe stores in Toronto

Posted by Bianca Venerayan / July 2, 2015

shoes torontoToronto's top new shoe stores have a little something for everybody. Strewn across the city, these spots differ in stock and story - each one catering to a particular niche. So, whether you're looking for a platform, fancy stiletto, double monks-straps or designer duds, they've got you (and your feet) covered.

Here are my picks for the top new shoe stores in Toronto.

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Fashion & Style

The top 5 new vintage clothing shops in Toronto

Posted by Bianca Venerayan / June 25, 2015

vintage clothing torontoNew vintage clothing stores in Toronto may be freshmen compared to the horde of veterans in the city, but they've got all the makings of shops here to stay. If you haven't guessed by now, this city is hot for vintage clothing, so there's always room for a new joint peddling old product - especially if they fill a niche in the ever-thriving scene.

Here are my picks for the top new vintage clothing shops in Toronto.

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Fashion & Style

The top 7 pop-ups in Toronto this summer

Posted by Bianca Venerayan / June 20, 2015

pop up torontoSummer 2015 pop-up shops may only be in Toronto for a limited time, but what they lack in longevity they make up for in excitement. A handful of these temporary retail experiences are completely new to the city and many (if not all) make it a point to support Canadian design. Whether they're a one-day event, weekend, or month-long stint, these pop-ups are worth a gander.

Here are my picks for the top pop-ups in Toronto this summer.

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Fashion & Style

The 10 worst looks from Toronto Fashion Week fall 2015

Posted by Bianca Venerayan / March 31, 2015

toronto fashion weekWorld MasterCard Fashion Week fall/winter 2015 was chock-full of great fashion shows. Hundreds of looks by Canadian and international designers swept and sashayed down the runway, many of which were stunning, striking and sophisticated. But in life, the highs come alongside the lows. Some ensembles, though unrepresentative of their full collections, veered in unsightly directions; tacky, excessive, and downright confusing are just some of the adjectives that come to mind.

Here are my picks for the 10 worst looks from Toronto Fashion Week..

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