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The complete Altuzarra for Target lookbook is here!

It’s here! It’s here! The first peek at the Altuzarra for Targetcollection is finally here and it’s as luxurious as we had imagined. When we first heard the news back in May, we couldn’t help but speculate what the high low collection had in store for us. It also didn’t help that the New York […]

Gap (and a bunch of celebs) tells us to “dress normal” in its Fall 2014 ad campaign

While many street style savvy brands had major beef with this year’s Normcore trend, Gap must have been jumping for joy. At last, a trend that emphasizes chinos, button downs and crew necks. Enter its Fall 2014 ad slogan, “Dress Normal,” which emphasizes what the brand does best. Debuting next month, the slogan captions photos […]

The undies that give back: Introducing Kitts, Canada’s latest charitable project

By now, most of us are familiar with the charity model behind Toms: buy a pair, give a pair to someone in need. It’s been ultra-successful; something Toronto-based entrepreneur Sara Young took upon herself to recreate with homegrown roots. With her new label Kitts, she aims the one-to-one concept around underwear, an essential item often […]

Hudson’s Bay announces upcoming exhibit of Isabella Blow’s fashion collection

In what might possibly be the splashiest territory marker yet,Hudson’s Bay has staked another claim in Canada’s ever-growing luxury market by announcing it will present the first international exhibit of Isabella Blow’s personal collection of fashion and art. The collection, which previously was on view at London’s Somerset House last year, features pieces from the […]

Rag & Bone’s Fall 2014 custom varsity jackets are now available for real people too!

If we had a nickel for every time we heard “the future of fashion is all about customization,” we’d be rich. Rich enough to own a whole collection of Rag & Bone’s Fall 2014 fifties-inspired bowling shirts, varsity jackets and hoodies, which appeared on the runway back in February personalized with each model’s name. Just […]

Ford celebrates the Mustang’s 50th anniversary with 5 smokin’ hot T-shirt collabs

With fashion month kicking off for another season, covetable clothes are top of mind (and making their way into suitcases ready to jet from New York to Paris). Of all the sartorial must-haves, the t-shirt is a fashion editor’s BFF. Well timed then, that Ford has zoomed into the fashionsphere with its limited edition designer […]

Toms for Target: View the full collection of charitable holiday goodies

The holidays are a time for giving, so why not help those in need while also feeding into your comfy-casual shoe obsession? This November, Toms is launching a limited edition collection for Targetand we couldn’t be more excited. The collection, which takes founder Blake Mycoskie’s “one for one” model a step further, will allow shoppers […]

Why John Galliano’s appointment at Maison Martin Margiela is so surprising

After weeks of speculation, John Galliano has been confirmed as thenew creative director of Maison Martin Margiela. WWD reports that Galliano will lead all of Margiela’s offshoots, including men’s and women’s ready-to-wear and couture/artisanal, with his first collection taking to Paris Couture Week in January 2015. It’s been three years since the 53-year-old designer was […]

WATCHHUNGERSTOP: Michael Kors pairs with the United Nations World Food Programme

As today (October 16) marks the second anniversary of Michael Korspairing with the United Nations World Food Programme, the designer is releasing a second 100 Series watch that will drop in every Michael Kors store across Canada. Priced at $355, the sale of each limited edition watch will provide 100 nutritious meals to children in […]

Remembering Oscar de la Renta

Name an American fashion icon and chances are she wore Oscar de la Renta: Jacqueline Kennedy, Audrey Hepburn, CZ Guest, Oprah, Sarah Jessica Parker. The core clientele of the designer, who died yesterday at his Connecticut home at age 82, were the ladies of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. In the ‘80s and ‘90s, I attended […]