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Fashion & Style

10 holiday gift ideas for the decor lover in Toronto

Posted by Manal Aman / December 19, 2014

gifts torontoHolidays are an extra special time of year for the decor lover in Toronto - any holiday, really. They get to spiff up their home (even more than usual) and show everyone just how amazing they are at decorating their place by throwing the most jaw-dropping dinner parties. When someone has as much of an eye for design as your favourite decor lover, you want to make sure your gifts don't disappoint.

Here are my picks for holiday gift ideas for the decor lover in Toronto.

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10 holiday gift ideas for fashion lovers in Toronto

Posted by Natalia Manzocco / December 18, 2014

gift guide torontoFashionable holiday gifts in Toronto are easy to find - even without setting foot inside a shopping mall. With so many incredible designers and crafters in this town (enough to populate eleven jillion craft sales this fall alone), it's easy to find something unique, handmade and fabulous for the style-obsessed person on your list. (That having been said, if you wanted to check out a splashy new chain store or two...well, we won't judge.)

Here are 10 holiday gift ideas for fashion lovers in Toronto.

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OVO store in for the long haul on Dundas West

Posted by Natalia Manzocco / December 18, 2014

OVO store torontoLooks like Drake has finally decided to stop playing with our hearts. We thought the OVO pop-up was gone for good after it left Dundas West in the rearview this summer, only to quietly return earlier this fall without so much as a phone call. (What are we to you, Aubrey?)

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Iconic Queen East furniture shop to close after 50 years

Posted by Chris Bateman / December 18, 2014

Marty MillionaireMarty Millionaire, the sprawling, 2,800 sq. m. vintage furniture store at Queen and Parliament, will close its doors next summer after almost 50 years in business.

Brothers and co-owners Marty and Norm, who prefer not to use a last name, are selling the building and are likely calling it quits. A sign was placed in the window earlier this week announcing "everything must go."

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10 holiday gift ideas for the male fashionista in Toronto

Posted by Natalia Manzocco / December 16, 2014

gifts men torontoGift ideas for fashionable guys in Toronto are everywhere - with the retail game in this city growing by leaps and bounds, you can't swing a Red Wing boot by its artisanal shoelace without smacking some deadly-looking piece of clothing. The sky's the limit (in this case, "the sky" = "your budget") - start with these suggestions, and you'll have those dapper Dans ticked off your gift list in no time. Try not to buy 15 things for yourself while you're at it.

Here are my picks for 10 holiday gift ideas for the male fashionista in Toronto.

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New shopping mall marks big changes for Yorkville

Posted by Derek Flack / December 15, 2014

Yorkville VillageThe initial expansion plans for Hazelton Lanes shopping mall in Yorkville were revealed last year, foretelling a significant makeover to the 1970s-era retail space. Now it would appear that mall's makeover is just one puzzle piece in a major rebrand of the entire neighbourhood by developer First Capital Realty.

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