7 Artists, 7 Senses, 7 For All Mankind.

Wednesday night at Yorkdale Mall, jean label 7 For All Mankind opened their first flagship store in Toronto.  The evening featured an art exhibit called Seven Senses, which showcased the work of seven Toronto-based artists.  Guests could bid on the art installations at the silent auction, which benefitted The African Future, a charity dedicated to sending food to drought-ravaged Somalia.…
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7 For All Mankind Store Opening

Wednesday night, I attended the opening of 7 For All Mankind’s flagship store in Yorkdale Mall. Supermodel Yasmin Warsame hosted the event, representing the charity she’s involved with, The African Future (TAF), a charity that provides food and medical supplies to the drought ravaged country of Somalia.  Warsame was born in Somalia and came to Canada when she was only…
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Fabulous Four: September 1

Just in time for September, here’s my list of Hot New Things. Cashmere Boyfriend Sweater Nothing celebrates the arrival of the fall season more than a new cashmere cardigan.  Now that classic American brand J. Crew has hit the Canadian market, we can all take advantage of their classic cashmere sweaters.  This one has a modern twist with its easygoing boyfriend…
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Best & Worst Dressed: 2011 MTV VMA Awards

Last night, stars walked the black carpet at the 2011 MTV VMA Awards.  And while this year, there wasn’t a meat dress, scandalous lip-lock or speech-stealing moment, a certain pop diva stole the show with a drag performance of a lewd greaser, Jo Calderone. Oh and who can forget the happiest news of the night, when Beyonce and Jay-Z confirmed…
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Cottage Life

This weekend, and all summer long, I have been making a two and a half hour-long pilgrimage to my cottage in the North Kawarthas.  And even though I might spend 80% of the time on a deck suntanning (or attempting to…), swimming, or reading, I still like to be comfortably, casually chic.  While cottage style might be dominated by preppy…
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DIY ZARA Asymmetrical Shoes

This summer, one of the most coveted pair of shoes didn’t cost over $500.  It didn’t have a red sole, or designer label either.  Zara’s asymmetric court shoe only $99 in Canada, (it’s a joke that they’re “on sale”) sold out around the world thanks to their massive popularity amongst top fashion bloggers like Andy Torres. I was lucky enough to…
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