Toronto-born fashion icons Canada Goose and October’s Very Own (OVO) are celebrating their anniversary with a capsule collection dedicated to the Canadian terrain.
It is important to recognize and celebrate first milestones and so a toast to the first Tudor mono-brand boutique in North America that has opened its doors at Yorkdale.
Stephen Graham Jones, member of the Blackfeet Nation, is an athlete of the printed word, often localizing common slasher tropes in the context of Indigeneity.
Not all puffers are made equal, but all of these puffers are made by Canadian companies.
These new winter releases are educational, engrossing, and most definitely worth reading.
Here, we recommend five hair-repair treatments for an extra dose of TLC during the winter months.
Set in the verdant Loire Valley vineyards, rambling over acre after acre of dense woodlands, is Les Sources de Cheverny, a private estate comprising traditional stone houses, winery, spa, and 18th-century Château du Breuil, which opened its gates this past September.
In spite of all the challenges this year, determined restaurateurs are opening new venues offering out-of-the-ordinary dining experiences and excellent takeout options.
In addition to showing our support for independent Canadian businesses, it is important to continue showing up for the Black, Indigenous, and people of colour in our communities.
Tesla is to EVs what the Toyota Prius is to hybrid vehicles: it epitomizes the type.
Remarkably, when deciding how to expand the property, the architects decided to go up instead of out.
A Southeast Asian twist on a North American winter classic, this comforting restorative soup is perfect for the cold weather months and hunkering down at home.
Interestingly, Hadid got her start in object design and interiors, so in many ways this chess set represents a coming-full-circle of her work.
The world of fashion is not defined by what you see: the turtleneck, the trousers, the trench. Big-name brands are powered by a network of very small yet highly skilled artisans—specializing in yarns, dyeing, embroidery, leather, crochet stitching, filigree, beading, lace—whose expertise and knowledge is rooted in Italy. With the ongoing pandemic, there is a risk of losing some parts of the Made in Italy supply chain.
TOBi’s musicality is a harmonious blend of soul, R&B, and rap; he seamlessly shifts between rapping and singing with a stylistic fluidity.
Jennifer Abbott’s new documentary The Magnitude of All Things dissects the grief of climate change.
Ahead, discover iterations that embody mystical primeval qualities and create no harm in acquiring one for yourself.
Canadian fashion is a product of avid adventurism, outdoor spirit, and long, chilly winters.
These trends have trickled down from runway stars to Instagram influencers, and now it’s your turn to try them out.
Home lasers, LED masks, and zit-zappers have been around for a few years, but they really came into their own at the beginning of the pandemic, when we were unable to visit dermatologists and aestheticians for our usual treatments.
Mixed-media creative Bethan Laura Wood navigates the spaces between, and overlaps of, art and design.
Tata Harper is giving us a glimpse inside her morning routine and letting us in on her skin smoothing secrets.
A new exhibition pays homage to the multi-faceted artist.
As a follow up to our Canadian Women in Arts and Culture story, we present an interactive timeline of spectacular women from around the world who made significant contributions to technology and computing.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Nothing is at once so fine and so humble as a well-made pie.
With massive columns propping up an overhanging roof at the edge of the forest, this house, from certain angles, looks more like a temple to sport than a chalet.
Now that COVID has profoundly affected our lives, finding ways to make everyday life romantic, beautiful, and enjoyable is more important than ever.
Here are five women who took their talents and skills and changed Canada for the better and an interactive timeline that pays homage to many more.
Bridging the basketball player’s personal streetwear-influenced style with Nobis’ technical components, the capsule promotes an ethos of “functional beauty.”
To immerse himself in the world of Ruinart’s wine, Shrigley spent time wandering the vineyards and cellars of Champagne, observing the methods and idiosyncrasies of labourers in the fields, and—importantly—drinking some champagne.
The origin of diamonds is a delicate issue that has polarized the public’s attention in recent years.
It’s not just the mere existence of plenty of female surfers in Tofino that’s exceptional, it’s that there is a palpable culture of empowered and empowering women encouraging each other to excel in the sport.
The coronavirus epidemic has provided an opportunity for us all to think about the kind of future we want, optimistically leading to a global reset.
Daniel Torjman, founder of 18 Waits, designs his made-in-Canada menswear line to stand up to a lifetime of wear.
In this winter edition, issue 87, we bring you beauty in all its forms, beginning with the cover featuring Mario Rigby, a modern-day explorer advocating for a more diverse, eco-conscious travel landscape.
In 2015, Mario Rigby left everything he knew to set off across Africa on foot. Two years later, he returned to Canada to redefine what it means to be a modern-day adventurer.
The work was inspired by a fictitious traveler from England who “lived many moons in Turkey and Morocco.”
We scoured the web to find the best designer resale shops in Canada, so you don’t have to. Ready to make the old new again? Keep scrolling for 13 Canadian consignment retailers that can’t be missed.
In preparation for December, we have done the research and found the best places buy boozy advent calendars.
Hawaii is a popular vacation spot among Canadians, but its architectural scene is often overlooked. However, the latest project by Walker Warner Architects, a compound of sorts that incorporates modern and Indigenous design, is hard to miss and even harder to disregard.
Robert Beredo, L’Oréal Canada’s chief digital officer, says that “the beauty experience is so personal, and A.I. technology has become vital to our strategy.”
A curated list of new song releases, handpicked for you.
Researchers at the University of Glasgow have developed a new weapon in humanity’s ongoing war against cancer.
When Tom Sachs was eight years old, his father wanted a camera. Since the camera was too expensive to buy, the young Sachs made him one of clay instead. Since the boy went on to become a famous sculptor, one might dare to guess that the clay version was way cooler than the original.
Mascara was originally designed to be protective, though the ancient Egyptians believed it could ward off evil spirits rather than pollen.
In recent years, modest fashion—clothing that covers up—has made its way into the mainstream of both street style and runway collections. And what began as a slow rise has now become one of the most important trends in fashion.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: To preserve, to enhance, to welcome. Salt does it all. Side by side comparisons emphasize differences. Fleur de sel sparkles like a dish of diamond chips. Sel gris is moist and looks a bit grubby.
Overall winners and the “Best of the Best” in Canada.
COVID is radically affecting the makeup of our cities, and we need a plan for what habitation will look like going forward.
It only makes sense to escape winter’s snowy chill by burrowing under blankets with the furnace turned up, but where’s the adventure in that?
On the island of Tetiaroa in French Polynesia, the ultra-luxe, ultra-private Brando Resort awaits discovery.
Fashion is a product of its environment, so it’s unsurprising that when we think of Canadian fashion, most trends cater to the colder seasons or clothes that support outdoor adventure.
Wakefield, a family-owned winery in South Australia’s Clare Valley, has added a gauge to the labels of some of its wines that tells you when the wine is in the optimal temperature zone for serving.
Across Canada, there are great breweries crafting hearty ales, and sausage-makers producing rich and interesting links to accompany them, and it seems Albertans are leading the charge.
A video walk-through of an ideal West Coast Modern home.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: There’s an undeniable aura of exclusivity surrounding the tiny isle of Saint Barthélemy. It’s in the emerald-blue harbour teeming with yachts, and in the distinctively French flair that pervades the island’s way of life.
Brabus creates the Rocket 900 by taking the already quick Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S four-door and exposing it to the same gamma radiation that causes Dr. Bruce Banner to transform into the Hulk.
Whether you’re enjoying the occasional (and cautious!) meal out, or planning for post-COVID date nights, these new eateries should definitely be on your radar.
Some of the most delectable pasta offerings can be found in Vancouver. Here, we’ve compiled a list of the most popular spots and some hidden gems in the city.
Hoshi fell in love with cooking at 15 when he was working in a restaurant and watching the “big boss creating and making beautiful dishes that made people happy,” and he aspired to do that too.
We may not all have flying cars and robotic housekeepers just yet, but slick, contactless, automated hot spots are popping up around Toronto making life in the city a little more Jetsons-esque.
The alcoholic coffee drink is something of an archetype. From Irish coffee to Café Royale, boozy brews are ubiquitous, and every country seems to have its own interpretation.
In the saturated streetwear market, HXOUSE’s own Joey Gollish and his signature label, Mr. Saturday, have found sustainable success.
Expect more than ivy and aloe vera; many modern plant shops are on the lookout for fringe varietals.
Organizing and executing the work of putting together an exhibition is challenging at the moment.
While Calgary might not be known for its fine bakeshops and patisseries, the prairie city has a hidden gold mine of luxurious bakeries, chocolatiers, and dessert shops that tempt our sweet tooth and easily impress us with rich flavours.
None of these houses are actually haunted (as far as we know), but the milieu suggests the weird and eerie, and sometimes that’s enough.
Stylist Julianne Costigan believes that every woman has a power outfit, the ensemble she reaches for instinctively and feels amazing in every time she wears it.
Ménard Dworkind’s final result is nonetheless fit for the times: effortlessly compact and nestled in nature, the clever trappings of its original prefab concept work in its favour.
Style meets extreme comfort with these luxe, locally designed pairings.
In our imagination, strangers can become anything and everything; they are perfect by virtue of their unknowability.
A handmade and bespoke ethos reverberates through the makings of both this legendary whisky house as well as that of its partner, Aston Martin.
Formula Powerboats re-invented the offshore race boat way back in 1962 when Miami-area entrepreneur and boat racer Don Aronow came up with a revolutionary new design based around a powerful engine pushing a wave-splitting deep-V hull.
Pandemic times have meant hotels faced with few guests, but as the industry adapts, three hotels in Toronto decided it was time for a decor tune-up.
How effective are these cannabis-oriented solutions, really? And are companies pink-washing issues to sell women more products?
Avanguardia is unlike anything else on the water.
Incorporating materials like shearling, cashmere and baby alpaca, these flats are a quiet delight.
With many restaurants shuttered around the country, COVID has provided an opportunity to reconnect with where our food comes from and sink into the rhythms of the kitchen.
Instead of mountain or ocean views, Edgemont Residence faces a deep, forested ravine.
Here are some of our favourite champagne related quotes side-by-side with a few of our bubbly stories.
Each of these Alberta chalets and cabins has a unique character that will make you want to stay forever.
From emerging talents to those firmly established in the industry, each of the following artists offers Canada’s young professionals accessibility to the highest expositions of culture.
We can only hope that all cosmetics will be available in refillable packaging one day.
Supermarket-inspired colours, vintage graphics, and minimalist display fixtures come together to create a more laid-back and friendly atmosphere for cannabis shoppers at Superette.
Cyan Racing, the motorsports partner of the Swedish automaker, is showcasing a tasty old school Volvo, restored impeccably on the outside, as well as loaded with new gear on the inside.
The term “flying winemaker” generally refers to winemakers who flit back and forth between the northern and southern hemispheres so as to make wine twice a year.
Emily’s sartorial choices are bold and colourful.
When Swedish startup X Shore built its first prototype in 2016, an all-electric luxury boat seemed like a pipe dream.
Maybe it’s not surprising that bouclé, a popular midcentury fabric, is making a comeback.
Vancouver’s Yaletown neighbourhood has long emulated the same hipster energies of the major beauty cities, so it’s only natural that the Shrink Wrap Urban Sweat Lounge, an infrared sauna pod and body-roller studio, opened its doors there last August.
The Hollywood Hills House was a project Becker began while working at Olson Kundig and finished with Mutuus.
From alpine villages to dense Saxon forests, the German landscape is increasingly dappled with picturesque eco-hotels.
The legendary Italian marque always manages to find a different way to stand tall in the crowd, and that is especially true for its all-new Grande S10.
The Montreal architecture firm has created a fortress of wellness in the foothills of the Himalayas.
Every woman should have at least one jumpsuit in her arsenal.
The key to these styles is versatility and durability.
Used correctly, acids can help with acne, signs of aging, and sun damage, and leave you with glowing and radiant skin. Here are seven products to try.
Venture beyond the borders of major Canadian cities this autumn for some R&R in the countryside.
Several eco-minded brands have developed a wealth of stunning, sustainable faux leathers made from materials that may surprise you.
With Thanksgiving dinners happening all across Canada this weekend, our minds turn to thoughts of fantastic feasts.