Wanze Song is making a name for herself for more than her popular Dumpling Bag.
Here’s our curated travel guide for spending a week in L.A., a sprawling city with more than meets the eye.
Downtown Calgary just got swankier with the arrival of the Dorian, a new hotel concept from Marriott’s Autograph Collection and its first Autograph property in the city.
Graham Foy’s ambitions are simple: to keep working and hone his artistic voice and vision.
Joey Gollish made a name for himself as the independent creative behind the nightlife-inspired brand Mr. Saturday. But as the first-ever creative director in residence at Roots, he’s in a position to redefine Canadian fashion.
For designer Robbie Yarish, who recently founded the menswear brand Wynona, the secret to making great men’s clothes is studying women’s fashion. “I always look at women’s for inspiration,” he says, because he admires the ease of lightweight silks and poplins. “They just have all the fun, right?”
Over the last 20 years, the way we shop has changed, but style is cyclical. And buy now, pay later services like Klarna are ushering in a new way to pay for clothes—with a little help from Paris Hilton.
Athena Papadopoulos’s show at MOCA Toronto, her first institutional solo exhibition in Canada, comprises two bodies of work informed by her extensive knowledge of film history.
A Q&A with the Canadian artist and photographer about her first solo show in Los Angeles.
From skatepark beginnings, Marc-André Garand, William Lessard, and Julien Gauthier, founders of the menswear brand École de Pensée, propose a new philosophy of luxury.
Bree Hyland founded Barre, a line of artisanal, small-batch, genderless perfume that can, per its website, “ignite lust, attraction, magic, and mystery.”
New York City is a buzzing, shapeshifting metropolis. Every week there’s a new hotel opening, gallery show, or restaurant to try. Here’s our curated guide for what to do and see, and where to stay, eat, and shop in the city that never sleeps.
Interior Design Show Toronto returns to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre this Thursday, January 19, for four days of seminars, exhibits, and keynotes highlighting the people and products driving today’s design trends.
Canadian luxury winter wear brand Moose Knuckles has teamed up with New York-based clothing line Telfar for a second capsule collection of futuristic outerwear that the cast of Euphoria might wear après ski.
If you’re a regular on Toronto’s Ossington strip, you might’ve noticed a shiny new storefront on the vibrant thoroughfare: ECCO’s new flagship store. The Ossington concept store reflects the Danish leather-goods label’s new direction, complete with a slick design by Toronto architects Ron Noble and Arthur Goldstein.
Danish home textiles brand Tekla and French fashion label Jacquemus are ubiquitous on the Instagram grids of the most stylish influencers. So what happens when the two team up? You get a cheeky, beachy, extremely covetable home textiles and sleepwear collection.
For Canadians, Montreal represents a kind of bohemian paradise: a culturally rich, architecturally arresting, walkable city with great shopping and an even better food scene. Luckily, for Ontarians, Canada’s answer to Paris is a short drive, flight, or train ride away. For a luxurious stay in the city, look no further than Sofitel Montreal Golden Mile.
Chris Fusaro’s design ethos informs his exploration with materials. He strives for lightness (“Don’t make something heavy if it doesn’t need to be”) and generally gravitates toward mono materiality, which allows an organic process. The shapes are simple but expressive, relying on eccentric silhouettes that still make sense.
Winter is coming—and so is ski season. But before you pull out your parents’ neon one-piece from the ’80s, consider Après-Ski, a new seven-piece capsule collection of high-performance skiwear from Canadian outerwear brand Quartz Co. designed in collaboration with womenswear designer Marie-Ève Lecavalier.
Montreal’s Ciele Athletics has been outfitting runners at all levels since 2014. The brand began with a hat, which has long been ubiquitous among stylish sprinters and has expanded to include high-performance, tech-packed apparel and shoes.
For their first retail experience, the Toronto sportswear brand is popping up at downtown gallery from October 28th to the 30th.
Clear some room in your bar cart: The Dalmore’s new rare and collectible whiskies are here. Created in partnership with V&A Dundee, Scotland’s design museum, The Dalmore’s The Luminary Series is a new collection of rare, limited-edition single malt whiskies inspired by architectural design.
The mouth-watering scenes of rising dough and sizzling pepperoni will convert any pizza lover into a home chef. Luckily, there’s never been an easier way to make wood-fired cooking at home than with a Dome by Gozney.
Thomas Demand’s new exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Toronto, showcases the artist’s signature large-scale photographs of three-dimensional paper and cardboard models of scenes, rooms, and spaces lodged in the public memory.
Noah Reid knows his genre of music isn’t exactly made for radio play. Alt-rock isn’t the most culturally relevant right now, he says. “I’m not trying to write hit songs. I just am writing from my own perspective.”
Summer is fleeting, but it’s not over yet. If you’re looking to take advantage of the waning summer days but neglected to book a trip in advance, consider a staycation at the refreshed Ritz-Carlton Toronto.
Amongst the gleaming lakes, rolling mountains, and lush forests of the Ottawa Valley, Somewhere Inn Calabogie evokes both a strong sense of place and pure escape.
High-end furniture shops can feel unapproachable and exclusive. But at AAVVGG, there’s something for everyone, from Frama soaps to Tekla towels.
Will Choui’s work is a visual journey of creative expression, forming materials into bold, skeletal shapes to create unconventional furniture with acute purity.
Max Meighen wants to connect with the culinarily curious far and wide. To do so, he recently launched Serviette, a magazine about the people and ideas changing how we think about food.