Philippe Dubuc S/S13

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Philippe Dubuc’s newly released video is a teaser of his spring/summer 2013 collection.

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Sustainable Fashion

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Eco Fashion Week begins in a just under two weeks, bringing fashion and sustainability together in an event that mixes education and style.

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Hats Off!

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A fashion exhibit of hats and headpieces takes over the McCord museum this summer.

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Saint Laurent, is that you?

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Is Saint Laurent’s latest advertising campaign by Hedi Slimane a vision going unseen or is it a train-wreck in the making?

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Formichetti Is Rebooting Diesel

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If you thought that Diesel’s vision was already over the top, then we should all brace ourselves because NicolaFormichetti
will be joining the ranks of the provocative Italian label.

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Black Is The Colour of UNTTLD

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UNTTLD, the brand behind Montreal’s José Manuel St-Jacques and Simon Bélanger, showed their fall/winter 2013 collection at World MasterCard Fashion Week in Toronto. A monochromatic dream, the pieces were the epitome of simple elegance.

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La Dolce Vita

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Dolce and Gabbana go the royal route in their embellished, mosaic, and crown laden collection, taking cues straight from Italy itself.

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H&M at Paris Fashion Week

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H&M debuts their Autumn 2013 collection in their first ever catwalk show at Paris Fashion Week.

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Mercedes-Benz Start Up

Mercedes-Benz Start Up

Mercedes-Benz Start Up, an initiative set to help aspiring designers make their mark, is searching for the next big Canadian talent.

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Diesel Black Gold

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Diesel Black Gold collection mixes leather and lace in a biker chic collection.

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Backstage at BCBGMAXAZRIA

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An inside look at BCBGMAXAZRIA.

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Eastern Edge

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BCBGMAXAZRIA fall/winter 2013 collection is New York meets Istanbul.

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Montreal Fashion Week: Pedram Karimi

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Amidst the backstage chaos before Pedram Karimi’s show at Montreal Fashion Week on Monday night, a model remarked about the mile-high flatform’s she was wearing, “they’re actually more comfortable than the high heels we usually get.”

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David Beckham Bodywear at H&M

David Beckham Bodywear at H&M

Superstar soccer player and male style icon, David Beckham has teamed up with director Guy Ritchie for Beckham’s latest H&M underwear campaign.

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Georgia May Jagger for H&M

Georgia May Jagger for H&M

If fashion and rock’n’roll were to have a child, that child would be Georgia May Jagger. The 21-year-old model and youngest daughter of rock-legend Mick Jagger and supermodel Jerry Hall has fittingly been chosen as the new face of H&M’s spring collection campaign.

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Monocle Shop

Monocle Shop

The Monocle media brand is expanding its global reach with the recent inclusion of Toronto as their fifth retail shop among select few international locations (New York, London, Tokyo, and Hong Kong).

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Mark Your Calendar: Montreal Fashion Week

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While we are all eagerly anticipating the upcoming winter holidays, the Montreal fashion community already has its eye fixed a little further ahead in the calendar. Planning is well under way for the 24th installment of Montreal Fashion Week, which will be taking place from February 4th-7th, 2013.

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Gravitypope’s Designer Shoes & Apparel Heaven

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Gravitypope is a big name among the fashion-savvy in Western Canada, which Toronto will now get closely acquainted with. The independently-owned high end men’s and women’s boutique (first opened as a footwear boutique in Edmonton in 1990) stocks some of the finest brands today: Acne, A.P.C., Alexander Wang, Isabel Marant, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Marni, Maison Martin Margiela and Rag & Bone.

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Gotstyle in Distillery District

Gotstyle in Distillery District

This dapper menswear style shop is expanding to a second, larger location (at 7,000 square feet and two levels) in the heritage Distillery District, with the official opening in January.

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Sharp Like Strellson

Sharp Like Strellson

Although The Bay has carried some items from this Swiss menswear brand for some time, we’re glad nonetheless that a Strellson flagship shop has recently opened at Bloor and Avenue – the first in North America.

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Tiger of Sweden/Jeans: Paint it Black

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No one does the Scandinavian minimalist look as sharply as Tiger of Sweden. It is a go-to brand (whose heritage traces to a small town on the west coast of Sweden in 1903) for contemporary “24/7” suits for men and rock-chic collections for both sexes. And more recently, Tiger of Sweden has been accumulating quiet yet significant praise for its Tiger of Sweden/Jeans denim line.

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Greta Constantine and 5 Gum

This October, the Toronto fashion world was shocked to hear that designer duo Kirk Pickersgill and Stephen Wong, the minds behind the Toronto-based brand Greta Constantine, where not on this season’s Fashion Week calendar. The pair did their own thing this season.

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Nicolas Hamel, Lunetier Vintage

Collectionneur passionné de montures, c’est en observant un manque important dans l’industrie de l’optique qu’il décide de lancer sa propre compagnie, convaincu qu’il pourrait répondre à la demande toujours grandissante. [article in French] Continue reading

Toronto Book

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Hit the jump for the photoshoot.

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Montreal Fashion Week SS13: Pedram Karimi

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Arsenal’s smaller Salle Galerie was packed tight before the presentation of Pedram Karimi’s highly anticipated second collection. The talented young designer caught our eye last year with his strikingly minimalist debut, which explored androgyny and architectural shapes he referred to as “hunches.” It was highly indicative of Karimi’s approach to fashion – he’s a designer who trades not only in clothes, but also, and perhaps more importantly, in concepts.

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Interview: Christian l’enfant Roi

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Christian Deslauriers is a Montreal-based menswear designer who’s label, Christian l’enfant Roi, has garnered media attention and a devoted following of some of the city’s most stylish gentlemen. After he announced that he would be moving to Copenhagen, Denmark this summer, I sat down with Deslauriers to find out what the move will mean for him, and his work.

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Greta Constantine Spring 2013 collection and 5Gum collaboration

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Greta Constantine step out of the Toronto Fashion Week mold with a collection of forward Asian-inpired pieces.

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Chloé Comme Parris

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Chloé Comme Parris’ brand new studio has opened in perfect timing, as the label is soon to be in high demand. Following an impressive Fall 2012 collection shown at World MasterCard Fashion Week, the designer duo has wasted no time in their new studio space working on new clothing and jewelry.

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Coco’s Closet

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Coco’s Closet may as well be named Consignment Treasures. Aptly located in the Bloor West region of Toronto, the designer consignment store is a must-shop. Though the boutique is small, the selection is more than noteworthy. The stock is carefully selected, as not to overwhelm the customer à la Kensington Market.

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RAC Boutique

RAC Boutique

Yorkville’s RAC Boutique is home to a long list of international, emerging, and undiscovered designer collections. Often the first place to find the hottest up-and-coming designers, RAC’s shelves are currently filled with pieces by Stine Goya, Stolen Girlfriends Club, Caitlin Power, Greta Constantine, Camilla Skovgaard, Mandy Coon, Pamela Love, Sass and Bide, and more.

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Oliver Spencer

Oliver Spencer

Since opening his first Canadian boutique on Queen West, British tailor Oliver Spencer has fit right in—right between the shops of Fred Perry and Ruins, to be exact. With other locations in New York and London being a bit out-of-reach, Torontonian men who fancy exquisite craftsmanship with a heritage sense of style have been keeping this location absolutely bustling.

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New Kid on the Block: Gio Diev

New York has a new young prodigy of the shoe: Gio Metodiev. This is the portrait of a designer who dreams of heels drowned in luxury, high in class, dressed in colours and all in centimeters.

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Arc’téryx

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Luxury is more than a product: it’s an emotion, a sensation and also an experience and the one we want to share merits first a little detour. A meeting at the summit with Arc’téryx, the famous Canadian clothing company…

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