On the edge of Toronto’s St. Lawrence neighbourhood, below a 58-storey condominium, sits a brand-new build with old-school Italian soul.
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.
This winter, Canadians receive their very own piece of the luxury hotelier’s pie.
A selection of hotel dining options that are worth checking out—even if you’re not checking in.
A number of belly-warming reasons to embrace the chilly weather.
Complete with proprietary elixirs, crystal facial massages, and fully customized treatments, these are four noteworth facials in the city.
The documentary film We Margiela makes its Canadian debut in Toronto this fall.
This fall, Oliver Peoples opens its first Canadian boutiques in Toronto and Vancouver.
After a three-year hiatus, the museum reopens in a former aluminum factory in the city’s West End.