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Fashion & Style

The top 10 markets and pop-ups in Toronto for August

Posted by Phil Villeneuve / July 27, 2016

Drake 150 TorontoMarkets and pop-ups in Toronto this August prove we still want to eat outside and do cool things in strange places. From a night market to a back alley beer hang, these pop-ups and markets will have you fed, dressed to impress and back in shape for the fall.

Ew, sorry, I just wrote the F word, and it made me feel sick.

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Street Style: 25 looks from WayHome 2016

Posted by Jesse Milns / July 26, 2016

wayhome 2016WayHome 2016 was a scorcher. To deal with merciless heat on the weekend, festival-goers donned breezy outfits in the hopes of some relief. All fashion sense wasn't abandoned in favour of survival, however, as weather-appropriate attire often happened to scream "i'm dressed for a summer music fest!"

Here are 25 looks from WayHome 2016.

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Toronto vs Everybody gets the Pokemon Go treatment

Posted by Amy Grief / July 21, 2016

toronto vs pokemonApparently Niantic sees Toronto as a sleepy city. And perhaps the company behind Pokemon Go still thinks of us as Toronto the Good - that's why it filled Hogtown with a slew of long-nosed, yellow Drowzees.

Now you can show your love for this psychic Pokemon with a t-shirt - created by Will O'Neill on the website Design by Humans - that riffs on Peace Collective's popular Toronto vs Everybody line.

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Toronto designers say ZARA brand copied their work

Posted by Amy Grief / July 21, 2016

Toronto ZaraZARA and its parent company Inditex have been under fire lately for allegedly copying independent designers and artists, including one design duo in Toronto.

Crywolf, a boutique at 91 Ossington Ave., posted a note on Facebook and Instagram yesterday detailing how Bershka (an Inditex brand) sold a pin that looked eerily similar to its own Healing Cloud pin (pictured above).

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Toronto is getting its first PUMA Lab

Posted by Amy Grief / July 12, 2016

puma labf you're a big PUMA fan, you should probably head to the Foot Locker at 337 Queen Street West next week. Why? Because Canada's first ever PUMA Lab is opening on July 20.

The PUMA Lab will be like a store within a store, featuring a slew of shoes, apparel and accessories. The small, highly branded space will include PUMA's capsule collection and collaborations as well as new products, which are slated to be released about once every two months.

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What might replace Toronto Fashion Week?

Posted by Amy Grief / July 11, 2016

toronto fashion weekWith no warning, the American company IMG axed Toronto Fashion Week last week. Naturally, many were shocked and questioned how the city would deal this now gaping hole in Toronto's sartorial scene.

But not everything thinks it's such as bad thing. While Canadian designer Hayley Elsaesser is sad to see it go, she wasn't too surprised.

Even though she's shown four times at the biannual event, she's witnessed many signs of change, especially after massive brands such as Pink Tartan and Joe Fresh stopped participating and when World Mastercard dropped out as Fashion Week's title sponsor.

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