Fashion

Photography courtesy of The Sleep Shirt.It’s a big week for local fashion news. By Odessa Paloma Parker Date November 20, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter From a new line of cozy-chic nightwear to a Moncton-based pop-up and month-long virtual marketplace featuring Montreal brands, here are the Canadian fashion launches we don’t want you to miss. Vancouver’s Londre
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image courtesy canada goose“The role of business has evolved – in today’s world, driving meaningful change is just as important as the bottom line.” By Pahull Bains Date November 20, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Earlier this year, Canada Goose unveiled its Sustainable Impact Strategy, focusing on the brand’s longterm commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility. Having
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Discover why Clarins Double Serum is worth the hype. By Julia McEwen Date November 17, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Plain and simple, applying a great serum will make the biggest difference when it comes to overhauling your complexion because serums are designed to deliver high concentrations of specific active ingredients. They’re also formulated with smaller particles
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Photography courtesy of Dan Lim for Nobis.The drop features genderless, limited edition pieces. By Odessa Paloma Parker Date November 19, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter The hotly anticipated capsule collab from Canadian outerwear brand Nobis and NBA champion/Toronto Raptor/style lord Serge Ibaka dropped today with a selection of nine genderless winter-ready styles including a parka, anorak, vests
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Photography courtesy of SsenseThe exclusive “immersive digital experience” launches today. By Odessa Paloma Parker Date November 18, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Seven Days to Forever, the new digital micro-platform devised by Montreal-based retailer Ssense and Jerry Lorenzo–founder of the streetwear brand Fear of God­–has gone live with a week’s worth of exclusive content and product launch
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Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. If there was an overarching theme to this fashion season, it was that seasons themselves no longer matter. What with Prada riffing on its hit ’90s prints, Coach reissuing pieces from recent seasons—as recent as fall 2020—and even fledgling designers reimagining
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Before Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was sworn into Congress as the youngest woman to ever serve in the legislative body, she was already expounding the values of thrift shopping. “There’s so much pressure to present ourselves in the world a certain way, and, sometimes, that means looking a lot more expensive than what you can afford in
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In 2020, supporting fashion with a purpose has never felt better. That’s the idea behind Balmain’s (Balmain)RED B-Court sneakers—a limited-edition launch that benefits The Global Fund‘s fight against HIV/AIDS and COVID-19. Designed by creative director Olivier Rousteing, the unisex accessory continues a long-standing partnership with the Global Fund and (RED) to provide funding and resources
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Photography by Ksenya Poggenpohl“It is really an honour to represent my country and I do hope this will inspire the younger generation of designers to really push their boundaries and their creativity.” By Odessa Paloma Parker Date November 17, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter The finalists for the prestigious International Woolmark Prize were announced this morning, and
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image via istockThe digital event takes place tomorrow, November 18, at 5pm. By FASHION Staff Date November 17, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter The Black Lives Matter movement that took to the streets earlier this year has sparked many conversations and pledges to do better at stamping out systemic racism. But is true, lasting change happening? And
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