When Antoni Porowski arrived on the scene as Queer Eye’s food-and-drinks guy, he was the subject of mass adoration.
A second collaboration between Boss and Perfect Moment combines the casual cool of the former with the performance of the latter.
Tiffany & Co. channels the beauty of aquatic life in its latest Blue Book collection, which pays homage to Jean Schlumberger.
TOBi explores themes as vulnerability, masculinity, and countering negative Black stereotypes across his unapologetic soul music.
Titled 1932, the collection revolves around three celestial symbols: the stars, the moon, and the sun. There are 77 pieces, 13 of which are transformable—from necklace to brooch, necklace to ring—containing sapphires, fancy-coloured diamonds, opals, rubies, spinels, and tanzanites.
From plaids to prep, coats to one-pieces, and knits to suiting, there are plenty of wardrobe options this season.
Whether you intend to use one of these watches for actually diving or just for splashing around in a pool, why not take the plunge and sport a diver on your wrist this summer.
Regardless of what creative exploit she takes on, a fundamental part of Evelyne Brochu always shines through, a bit of her soul that gives her performances a level of depth, whether on an album or a screen.
Bulgari’s iconic Serpenti exudes a sense of seduction and style, be it a ring, necklace, bracelet, or timepiece.
Forcing yourself outside for a brisk, frosty walk might put some spring in your step as well as boost your complexion.
For NUVO, Théodore Pellerin was photographed in Paris—in anything-goes attire—exploring a city awakening from the slumber of winter.
Brooches are enjoying a revival, and most importantly, they have shed their reputation as being reserved for women of a certain age. The jewellery piece has evolved into a staple statement not just for special occasions but also for the everyday.
Clark Backo opens up about igniting her passion, lessons from Letterkenny, and a her newest project, The Changeling.
With crisp autumnal days and misty mornings on the horizon, we wrap ourselves in cozy knits, rich velvets, and textured tweeds.
Nineties fashion is back, and with it has come the return of skatecore. It was in the 1990s that skateboarding turned from niche to mainstream and widespread adoption of skate culture and fashion took place. Today, the look is on trend once again with major designers and brands embracing the skater style—Malik Walker takes to the Vancouver streets.
Bound in stasis, the poem of the body gathers energy. Through entanglement and repose, the clothing appears to wear the body as lovers meet, new possibilities emerge as the garment takes over, and limbs disappear in a collage of equilibrium.
Yet, for all its sonic flourishes and upbeat tempos, Clerel’s music is deceptively melancholy; a closer listen reveals his lyrical tendency toward nostalgia and heartbreak. It makes sense, though, when we remember that an urgent affinity for American soul music was the catalyst for his art to begin with.
Vancouver-based painter Joon Lee shares his process, the emotional connection between colour and form, and how he bridges authenticity and artistry.
The Vancouver-born actress and musician on the vulnerability of comedy, her affinity for indie films, and her future plans following the success of her breakout role on Riverdale.
A hand-selected variety of fine jewellery made for whatever life brings.
Juno-winning producer and DJ Felix Cartal on his punk-rock roots, tackling imposter syndrome, creating dance music in a time of social distancing, and his new album Expensive Sounds for Nice People.
“It is atrocious and radiant and beautiful and revolting what women can handle and what women can endure.”
Writer, designer, pastry chef, fashion ambassador, and entrepreneur, Jackie Kai Ellis is a kaleidoscope of passions and professions.
Hunt’s process involves moving between mediums, and speaking with him, one can tell he lives in motion, with thoughts and words carefully chosen with a fluid precision.
Our cover story tests the limits of style without a human subject, projecting the absences that have defined the year.
La Mar Taylor is fostering Toronto’s next generation of global superstars at his creative incubator HXOUSE.