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Toronto Fashion Bloggers Brunch VII

The Toronto Fashion Bloggers Brunch (TFBB) VII was completely huge. 20 of us occupied the back of Brassaii for tasty brunch treats. Normally it's just a group of us bloggers and readers. Sometimes people who wish to remain anonymous (ya, I don't understand it either) have joined us for brunch which is has been a little strange because we don't like being spied upon. There were no spys at this brunch and a number of new bloggers revealed themselves to us. TFBB VII marked a milestone, traditional media decided to join in our Sunday afternoon fun.

I didn't get to talk to everyone but I floated between conversations about Sarah Polley at Cannes, the Globe's Most stylish contest, traditional media vs blogs, the week of style, the bad pitches we receive, blog publishing, responsibility to your audience, linking policies, Adrian's summer absence, the Sartorialist's city choices, the Augustina temporary sale, cruise collections 2008, second life, Danielle's adventures with hipster musings and the industry.

Liam, our waiter was made for TFBB. He knew his fashion and impressed us all. I'm a traditional eggs and bacon girl but I tried the warm Bacon and Asiago crumpets. They were wonderful. Take a look at the menu, it's inviting.

The brunch is open to fashion bloggers and our readers.

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TFBB Roll Call

Samra Habib of Rouge
Hilary George-Parkin of Static Fashion
Carolyn Rohaly of the official TFI Blog
Nathalie Atkinson of the National Post
Kate Trgovac of My Name is Kate
Marissa Liu of Yo Porro
Tiffanie Ing of Toronto Street Fashion
Gail McInnes of the Plutino Group
Zaigham Zulqernain of the Week of Style
Henna Singh of Canadian Beauty
Eden Spodek of Bargainista
Andrew Sardone of Now Magazine
Adrian Corsin of Fashion Verbatim

And friends and readers.

See other images from the brunch on my flickr account.


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