Moving into a new decade that is shadowed by environmental anxiety, and after five country-specific collections, H Project wanted to examine the effects environments have on culture and vice-versa; the ecosystem of fashion has a dramatic impact on the physical ecosystem.
The latest addition to the Bloor Street refresh that started with Eataly (visible from the Holts Café’s stunning new 20-foot-high floor-to-ceiling windows), reopened at the end of January and has contributed to the street’s reputation as a major foodie-shopping destination.
Though the twisted helix is the spine of his designs, all-American jeweller David Yurman’s work goes beyond his signature motif.
The anti-aging elixir with humble origins and the model that launched it into the spotlight.
Swedish minimalist skincare comes to Canada with Verso.
The dedicated home collection is a riot of botanical prints, animal motifs, and bright colours that wink at the Florentine fashion house’s maximalist aesthetic.
Paris-based, Toronto-raised designer Calla Haynes repurposes luxe fabrics as material for making Moroccan Boucharouite rugs.
The French-inspired upscale restaurant arrives in Vancouver.
Simon Holloway, creative director of Agnona, manifests an affinity for the particularly Italian way of blending the traditional with the contemporary.