This year, the brand has brought everything it knows about the beauty experience to makeup, revamping its colours collection into four textures.
The author talks about her creative process and the birth of her Scotiabank Giller Prize-nominated novel Motherhood.
Green is an expressive colour statement on the wrist with these timepieces sure to fashion a similar share of envy.
A chef’s career can have many twists and turns, yet you’d be hard pressed to find one that has as many as Jonathan Gushue’s.
The new Anthropocene Project calls out our impact on the planet—from water pollution to deforestation—and makes us aware of how we shape environmental change.
Does the physical environment that grapevines grow in, especially the climate and soil, imprint itself the wines they make?
The city’s speakeasy-style bars are thriving by being as discrete as possible.
From November 14 to 18, Malcolm Cecil’s monster synthesizer creation will be in the spotlight during TONTO Week at NMC’s Studio Bell.
An interactive map that illuminates Indigenous territory; the lobster emoji takes on new meaning.
Replacing the California, the Portofino is Ferrari’s everyday drop-top GT.
This year marks the 40th anniversary and 11th edition of the wildly popular French maritime event.
The secret is out: Portugal can no longer claim its once-held status as a hidden gem. Yet, for all the fanfare, even its capital city of Lisbon feels unspoilt.
After 14 years in the making, the city’s highly anticipated new public library makes its debut.
This winter, the Vancouver Art Gallery presents Pei’s work in an exhibition that features a curation of more than 40 garments made between 2006 and 2017.
Artist Vern Simpson, creator of the Gassy Jack statue, reflects on his life in art and how it feels to return to the character with the new Gassy Jack II.
These exhibitions have taken art out of its hallowed halls and into temporary spaces specifically designed to be shared via the rectangular window of your cell phone.
When the icy winds of the Hudson Bay swoop down, Winnipeggers know how to warm up with deliciously diverse dishes.
Now is the time to indulge in the rich soups, saucy noodles, and hearty meat pies that the season demands.
The city’s best places to gather and break bread are evidence that the surest way to keep the cold out is to come together over a hearty, hot meal.
A warming selection of mainstay eats you can rely on through the colder months.
A number of belly-warming reasons to embrace the chilly weather.
The secret to restaurant-level salad; a weekend at witch camp; this month’s must-see celestial events.
The Vancouver-based musician opens up about domesticity, honesty, and musical re-emergence as he releases his new album More or Less.
With the aim of expanding the brand’s customer base and the hopes of reaching more millennials, Care by Volvo leverages the simplicity of known costs with an app-driven experience.
A fragrant treat served to celebrate the Day of the Dead, baked across Mexico.
In addition to pinning poppies on jacket lapels this November, Canadians can pay their respects by visiting the Canadian War Museum’s new exhibition.
Less is more when it comes to maintaining a healthy and balanced skin barrier.
At this historic Spanish winery, distilling the essence of the surrounding landscape into remarkable wines is of paramount importance.
On the island of Tetiaroa in French Polynesia, the ultra-luxe, ultra-private Brando Resort awaits discovery.
Curators and staff worked with a panel of 24 Indigenous advisors to reopen the new iteration of the museum.
Burt’s quietly offers the kind of quality that consumers should demand of all products, regardless of their price point, and is a standout on the drugstore shelf when it comes to clean beauty.
Meet China’s handbag guru; the story behind the Sasquatch; why people are spilling all their secrets on Facebook.
The fiery-haired former “Vogue” creative director unites her furry loves with fashion in the name of Louis Vuitton’s Cruise 2019 collection.
The new electric vehicle concept marks something special for Porsche—it’s a glimpse into how the brands reads its own future.
The three-day celebration, which lasts from October 31 to November 2, is a Mexican tradition that goes back some 3,000 years and stems from the idea that relatives and friends who have passed get to come back for an annual visit.
Founded by Noma alumni Lars Williams and Mark Emil Hermansen, the distillery is making waves by presenting complex and unique flavours previously unheard of in liquor.
This autumn’s must-have shoe puts geometric, sculptural heels firmly in the sartorial spotlight.
From waste monitoring apps to smart packaging to new ways of harvesting bioenergy from old food, tech start-ups are focusing on solving the problem of food waste.
An exceptional, family-owned resort nestled between 17‐acres of tropical gardens and the Caribbean Sea.
The brand’s scientists focused on molecular technology, and their innovations came to define Valmont as a leader in creating products that work to improve skin at the cellular level.
Panasonic’s new blinders for humans; a look at your unread books; the Muppeteer behind Big Bird says goodbye to his feathered friend.
With the 720S, McLaren threads the needle between a future-forward supercar and a visceral backroad-slaying sportscar—it is nothing short of an achievement.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: There is more to this home than meets the eye.
Far from basic, this season’s parkas stand out for their eye-catching colours, innovative materials, and sculptural shapes.
Since their emergence on Japanese cellphones some 19 years ago, emoji have become a standard feature of conversation in the digital age.
As recreational use of cannabis becomes legal in Canada, the creative class is helping to redefine the culture with a new crop of beautifully designed smoking accessories.
From the team behind Savio Volpe comes a new restaurant, recreating Italian-American classics using fresh, high quality ingredients.
This month, thousands of people will descend upon the Adams River to witness one of the largest sockeye salmon runs on the continent.
Complete with proprietary elixirs, crystal facial massages, and fully customized treatments, these are four noteworth facials in the city.
How humans can learn to navigate with echolocation; the weird world of YouTube for children.
The new BMW Z4 is the rebirth of the brand’s lovable and long-standing two-seat roadster.
Joanne Sasvari’s cookbook pays homage to the incredibly innovative yet down-to-earth dishes made by the city’s top chefs.
A two-tower luxury residential project of urban biodiversity in Milan’s affluent Porta Nuova business district.
Furniture that challenges our assumptions and perceptions around instability and fragility during a moment in history when everything seems uncertain.
The documentary film We Margiela makes its Canadian debut in Toronto this fall.
With the doors reopening, it’s become apparent that Iran’s vast artistic legacy was maintained even during the years the country was under authoritarian rule.
Bacio Rosso is a cabaret, circus, and multi-course meal all rolled into one immersive evening experience.
Facial recognition for cows and other food innovations; ten designers on how they overcome creative block.
This fall, Oliver Peoples opens its first Canadian boutiques in Toronto and Vancouver.
The successor to the mighty Veyron makes a case for its incredible price tag.
Renowned industrial designer Karim Rashid gets a retrospective exhibition in the city that trained him.
In recognition of World Food day on October 16, Michael Kors has launched its fifth annual Watch Hunger Stop campaign to fight global hunger.
It’s official: orange is the new pink. Here’s how to get ahead of the trend and pull off the peachy-cheeked look.
The inaugural multi-day festival showcased world-class talent, mere minutes from the city centre.
Maker of some of the world’s finest pianos, Steinway & Sons modernizes while staying true to its 165-year history of exactitude.
After a three-year hiatus, the museum reopens in a former aluminum factory in the city’s West End.
From artists Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal, and Nicholas de Pencier comes a sobering photography and multimedia exhibition.
Why our brains make us lazy; how artists are saving U.S. national parks; your new favourite way to drink coffee.
New York–based design studio Snarkitecture renders Caesarstone quartz into reinterpretations of the kitchen island.
Its engine is a dream, its performance so accessible, and it has the wild looks and charm of a true Lamborghini.
Exploring the city’s ancient medina, bustling markets, and contemporary art scene.
This fall, Timberlake is flexing his style prowess for his most recent clothing collaboration with Levi’s.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Don’t be surprised to find pig’s ears, partridge, and/or duck testicles in this, the epitome of French comfort food.
The poetic and the anatomical, the sublime and the mineral meet with perfect clarity in these artful fixtures.
A half-hour drive from Portugal’s bustling capital Lisbon, the city of Sintra is often referred to as a fairy-tale haven.
Carlson’s commitment to exceptional, locally sourced ingredients has left an indelible imprint on Vancouver’s food industry.
Momofuku Toronto’s newest restaurant isn’t afraid to play with fire on their Colombian-inspired menu.
The importance of food foreplay; how Christian rock prevailed against all odds; a premature list of the 21st century’s best books.
Two delightfully uncommon speedsters that blend a vintage format with the best of Ferrari’s modern design language.
A showcase of five performances created by visionary female choreographers from Canada and around the world.
Rendering the old cliché true, but with a twist, the Kimpton Saint George is an elevated home away from home.
A mountain top retreat where the natural meets the spiritual.
Bringing together nature and architecture, Kengo Kuma’s vision of the first design museum in Scotland has been realized with the opening of the V&A Dundee.
Books by Rachel Cusk and Richard Sennett.
A new and noteworthy food and drink destination from award-winning chef Patrick Kriss.
The New Zealand–born, San Francisco–based brand finds a place to roost in Toronto.
Through a vibrant display of Delacroix’s work, this exhibition is a stunning homage to one of the most influential artists of the 19th century.
A beluga brotherhood surfaces in Quebec; the stinky side of perfume production.
Mexico’s most exciting emerging and established designers will come out to show the world what they have been up to.
A vehicle that represents the core of BMW’s ethos of creating useful, well-built cars that are sporty and fun to drive.
The making of an ultra-thin watch is not a shrinking of an existing model, but a notable undertaking—and Bulgari effectively demonstrates why it continues as best in class.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Nothing is at once so fine and so humble as a well-made pie.
The fast-growing tequila company’s first-ever mezcal launches in Canada.
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ new exhibit of the American artist shows off his radical inventiveness.
Renowned Italian cabinetry design by Scavolini comes to Toronto’s new luxury development, the Selby.
To step inside the new lobby of Palms Casino Resort is to be struck by a kind of dazzling reverie—not only is it an air-conditioned escape from Nevada’s crippling heat, but it doubles as a world-class art venue.
An exclusive retreat to the Chilean desert to reconnect with the self from lifestyle guru Garance Doré.
The Shanghai-born, Mississauga-raised virtuoso prepares to return to China to perform in the 60th anniversary celebrations of “The Butterfly Lovers” concerto.
The world’s first rideable luggage; how NAFTA changed the way we eat; a bitter history of the watermelon.
The latest and most hardcore offering from the French super sports car creator.