The Marimekko story is best told through the women who have shaped the 67-year-old company synonymous with graphic prints.
What began as a handful of EVA silhouettes has evolved into a selection of sneakers, sandals, and boots for all seasons—and now, the Vancouver-based company’s first bricks-and-mortar location.
Simon Holloway, creative director of Agnona, manifests an affinity for the particularly Italian way of blending the traditional with the contemporary.
The Toronto-based fashion label has transcended its original focus on feminine blazers to become a full-fledged ready-to-wear line.
Martin and her team of visionary individuals are shaking things up with the multidimensional brand La DoubleJ, which blends vintage-focused e-commerce with an astute insider city guide.
At 188 years old, Delvaux is only just beginning to achieve global renown.
A new exhibition at the Fashion History Museum shows how Canadian style has evolved along with the country.
“Nature is the most perfect creation that exists on Earth”—so says Russian artist-jeweller Ilgiz Fazulzyanov on his design muse. But don’t expect his pieces to be mere replicas of Mother Nature.
“My house was on top of my father’s factory, which was kind of a playground for me,” explains designer Gianvito Rossi. “The shoes, heels, leathers, were like Lego to me. They were like toys.”