Fashion

Photo by Stuart Wilson/BFC/Getty Images for BFCThe COVID-19 pandemic has forced the fashion industry to reassess the traditional calendar. By Maddison Glendinning Date May 14, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the fashion industry hard – however in amongst all of the uncertainty, there is a movement to affect positive change on the
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image via istockAcross fashion, beauty, wellness, culture and more. By Pahull Bains Date April 30, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Need a break from binge-watching TV? Looking for some entertainment while doing dishes for what seems like the millionth time since quarantine began? Check out these 14 Canadian podcasts that touch on things like identity, the culture
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One beauty routine just doesn’t cut it year-round. By Wing Sze Tang Date May 12, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter As you swap out your winter clothes for lighter layers, your skin and hair could also use a seasonal update. Ahead, pro-recommended tweaks to keep your complexion and your strands healthy and flawless as you transition from
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Talking about silver linings in quarantine is a difficult proposition, and the Internet can be a tricky place for rooting out positivity right now. But the truth is that most Americans are home all day, working, not working, worrying about not working, caring for children—and, yes, some are fashion-influencing on the Internet, and Instagram in
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Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images“It’s more important than ever to be and stay well and strong. Together, let’s reset, refocus and find clarity in what matters most.” By Pahull Bains Date May 12, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Earlier this year, Oprah Winfrey embarked on a wellness tour in partnership with WW, formerly known as Weight Watchers.
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Photograph courtesy of Peace CollectiveHere’s how to protect yourself (and others!) and support a local business at the same time. By Maddison Glendinning Date April 20, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter With social distancing orders still very much in effect across Canada, fashion brands are increasingly coming up with ways to help support the community at this
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Victor VIRGILEGetty Images The next venture for ELLE’s Education project globally is a series of online learning courses that you or any of your friends can sign up for. Following the ELLE International X MIT Innovation Leadership For Fashion & Luxury Consumer Brands Program, ELLE International’s educational programs will be extended to a dedicated online
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Chris So/Toronto Star via Getty Images“I’m not just interested in shoes, I’m interested in the stories that they have to tell,” says the museum’s creative director and senior curator Elizabeth Semmelhack. By Pahull Bains Date May 11, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter The Bata Shoe Museum may be celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, but its creative
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Photography courtesy of Ease.Each Friday at 12pm EST, expect a new selection of indie goods. By Odessa Paloma Parker Date May 8, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter If you’re looking to treat yourself or someone else while quarantining, independent design haven Ease is making it a little, well, easier thanks to a flash sale initiative that starts
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Photographs courtesy of Simons. Design by Danielle Campbell.In partnership with Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto. By Odessa Paloma Parker Date May 8, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Highlighting the work of eight Indigenous designers from across Canada, Simons will launch a capsule collection on June 1 in collaboration with Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto (IFWTO); it boasts bold patterns,
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Courtesy of Mary Katrantzou With the post office under threat, it may well be up to us to save snail mail, like, as a concept. Thank goodness for London designer Mary Katrantzou, who is tapping into our collective nostalgia for the glory days of letter writing with her postage stamp-printed collection and corresponding campaign celebrating
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Photo courtesy of Mango SassiGet to know the Toronto-based drag artist who’s chock full of fun and primary colours. By Natasha Bruno Date May 8, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Jason Hatton, a prop stylist and visual merchandiser by day who has worked for high-end companies like Chanel, has the incredible ability to turn himself into Mango
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“Why wouldn’t you pair denim with denim? It’s a natural combination,” says Elle Market Editor Justine Carreon. At our (pre-social distancing) interview, she’s wearing a chambray shirt layered over a tie-dye tee, and both are tucked into a pair of straight-leg jeans. “People are always nervous about a Texas tux, but in my opinion, it
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