At 25, Toronto’s Hot Docs International Film Festival isn’t slowing down: with over 260 films representing 56 countries offering a diverse sampling of subjects, from pop culture to politics.
What makes this young label stand out is Coimbra’s commitment to designing androgynous clothes that are fashion-forward and eye-catching, but still eminently wearable for every day.
Japanese athletic company ASICS comes to Canada.
Vidal Sassoon reinvented the haircut, and then he reinvented Toronto.
Warmly lit and charmingly intimate, the Senator Winebar is a welcome escape from the jungle of crowds and cranes of the city’s downtown core.
A former down-on-its-heels Comfort Inn, the newly refurbished Anndore House is an alluring destination near the city’s epicentre.
The legacy of the Fatimids, the foremost Islamic power of their time, is being honoured in Canada.
The Ottawa-born, Toronto-based creative has achieved what many independent designers can only dream of.
Restoration Hardware’s ambitious new four-level, 7,000-square-foot Toronto flagship feels more like a boutique hotel than a furniture boutique.