Cuisine speaks the language of love at Café Boulud in Toronto, the newly transformed brasserie in Yorkville’s Four Seasons Hotel.
Jaeger-LeCoultre has opened not one but two boutiques in Canada: one on Vancouver’s Alberni Street and the other in Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre.
Founded in Italy in 1948, Proraso began as a single product: the eucalyptus-and-menthol-based miracle cream, crema miracolosa, that could be used both before (to soften the skin) and after (to calm irritation) shaving.
Jeanne Boucharlat, the French founder of Montreal-based Les Charlatans, has been creating artisanal small-batch cocktail syrups since 2012.
A childhood fascination with silver spoons led Martyn Lawrence Bullard down his path to becoming a designer. The Los Angeles–based creative has since moved on to devise pieces with slightly more glamour, such as his recent collection of crowns for the French silver house Christofle, dubbed Silver Kingdom.
Fragrance can evoke mood, place, or, in the case of French candle maker Germauld, complete scenarios inspired by the life of Mademoiselle Simone, who founded the line in 1947.
In physics, string theory suggests the universe is made up of tangled strings. While sometimes contested, this concept aptly describes the universe of knitwear designer Kim Haller.
Toronto’s Hopson Grace is bound to inspire. This space, designed by interior design firm Burdifilek, carries the most exquisite tableware.
A first for Italian handbag house Valextra, the company tasked an outside designer—London-based Martino Gamper—with redesigning its Milan shop, and also emblazoning new graphic patterns upon one of the brand’s bag collections.