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Fashion & Style

The top 10 stores for indoor plants in Toronto

Posted by Sarah Brown / August 11, 2016

Crown Flora Greenhouse Juice TorontoIndoor plants breath life into dull interiors, reduce stress levels, boost Zen and make our habitual spaces look design savvy. Be it a 12-foot cactus, trendy terrarium or fool-proof succulent, botanicals are a chic necessity in the concrete jungle, and we can't live without them.

Here are my picks for where to buy indoor plants in Toronto.

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Toronto designer creates anti Donald Trump ties

Posted by Amy Grief / August 6, 2016

trump tiesOne Toronto store is making ties great again. That's right Vassi in First Canadian Place is selling Dump Trump ties, but these accessories do more than just jump on the anti-Trump train.

Owner Andre Vassi created two designs for his politically inspired neckwear line. One features dump trucks and the other will include a purple heart and the initials H.K. to honour slain American solider Humanyu Khan.

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Peace Collective is opening a flagship store in Toronto

Posted by Amy Grief / August 5, 2016

peace collectiveIf you have your eye on a Toronto Vs. Everybody tee, you'll soon be able to buy one at Peace Collective's first ever standalone store.

The ubiquitous, yet sometimes controversial, brand is moving in to a 2,000 square foot space at 131 Ossington Ave. The store will fit within Peace Collective's minimalist aesthetic, so expect cement flooring and lots of black and white monochromatic design elements.

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The top 7 alternative fashion weeks in Toronto

Posted by Phil Villeneuve / August 2, 2016

Toronto fashion eventsLast month the already shaky legs of Toronto Fashion Week officially gave out when its sudden end was announced to the public. Many were sad, many shrugged their shoulders and kept shopping, others rubbed their hands together and thought: this is the time to really shine.

Though the official week is gone, there are a swell of other recurring fashion events in this city worth paying attention to. Even more so now that the official week is dead and gone, it's these small, more interesting shows that truly support Toronto's fashion scene without Joe Fresh's Canadian leftovers trampling in the way.

Here's a round-up of other Toronto fashion weeks and events you should know about.

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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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