Known as Canada’s fashion capital, Montreal is the third leading city in North America for clothing manufacturing and houses over 70 per cent of businesses in the clothing and fashion sector.
Located between King and Queen Street along Spadina, this area has long been a breeding ground for entrepreneurs, businessmen, and couturiers.
It’s taken Canadian fashion time to establish its voice and style.
From the beginning, Team Canada’s attire was simple yet chic, boasting an elevated-casual vibe with a consistent maple leaf emblem always proudly incorporated.
Even if you grew up in the ’90s and early 2000s, you’re likely no stranger to window shopping through a thick curated seasonal catalogue filled with vibrant images of every product you could imagine.
Canadian fashion is a product of avid adventurism, outdoor spirit, and long, chilly winters.
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.
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.
Each of these Alberta chalets and cabins has a unique character that will make you want to stay forever.
Who knew that simply gathering, reminiscing, and connecting over a memorable meal would be a nostalgic luxury of the past?
As we finish off summer and head into fall, check out what’s ready to harvest and spend an afternoon picking berries at a nearby U-pick.
When you step into Lukes, it’s hard not to notice its eclectic, family sensibility that combines an approachable cool-kid edge with 1980s nostalgia.
Already an established neighborhood favourite in Calgary’s community of Marda Loop, Annabelle’s Kitchen perfectly embodies a modern take on traditional, family-centred Italian cuisine.
Nupo, Calgary’s newest high-profile culinary adventure, was imagined and brought to life by chef Darren MacLean—of Shokunin and Netflix’s The Final Table.
La Bohème arrives in Calgary on November 9th and runs on select days until November 15th, making it a short but very sweet introduction to the date nights during the winter season.
Here are six Calgary fashion brands that are not only making this pay-it-forward mentality a permanent trend, they’re making a significant difference in their community while offering consumers mindful garments to add to their wardrobe.
Whether you have to find a secret door in a bookshelf, head down a clandestine alleyway, or make your way through a bustling pizza joint to reach the cocktails, these secretive spots in Calgary are worth looking for.
Whether you’re in Canmore for the unmissable alpine façades or bustling restaurant scene, these eateries offer rugged flavours, smoky accents, and experiential presentations with well-known Rocky Mountain hospitality and rustic elegance.
A romantic night for two is not hard to plan in Calgary, especially if both sweethearts share the desire to go on a gastronomic journey.
With multiple national parks and UNESCO World Heritage sites only a few hours drive from Calgary and Edmonton, one need not travel far to escape the city.
After 14 years in the making, the city’s highly anticipated new public library makes its debut.