Across Canada, artisans are elevating the humble craft of soap-making into a veritable art form, concocting handsome bars that double as consumable, minimalist objets d’art.
Whether you’re celebrating a milestone anniversary or just getting away from the kids for an evening, these are the restaurants you’ll want to visit, and come back to time and time again.
From delivery-on-demand startups to florists specializing in local, organic blooms, here are some of our top picks.
Thoughtfully designed and well-considered, these unique finds are sure to delight even the most discerning of valentines.
Where you have back-to-back business trips booked in the new year, or are sketching out plans for a tropical getaway, now is the ideal time to invest in a new travelling companion for your next adventure.
In recent years, brands have transitioned from intimate, low-key pre-collection presentations to ambitious, spectacular productions.
This autumn’s must-have shoe puts geometric, sculptural heels firmly in the sartorial spotlight.
An exceptional, family-owned resort nestled between 17‐acres of tropical gardens and the Caribbean Sea.
Far from basic, this season’s parkas stand out for their eye-catching colours, innovative materials, and sculptural shapes.
From artists Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal, and Nicholas de Pencier comes a sobering photography and multimedia exhibition.
A new and noteworthy food and drink destination from award-winning chef Patrick Kriss.
This fall, Hudson’s Bay and the Collections collaborate for a home-grown pop-up concept.
An ambitious, considered take on Mexican cuisine and open-fire cooking in Kensington Market.
This is your skin on shrooms.
The Australian denim line stands out for its unique business model: employing victims of human trafficking in Cambodia.
Add these sweet stops to your Italian itinerary.
A free exhibition open to the public offers visitors the opportunity to learn more about the artistry of Italian fashion.
As satisfying as the classic grocery store ice cream sandwich can be, there’s something to be said about the decadent takes on this childhood favourite that can currently be found in Toronto.
The fact that Manolo Blahniks have been endlessly worn by everyone from Anna Wintour and Rihanna to—fictional Sex and the City character—Carrie Bradshaw illustrates the iconic footwear designer’s universal appeal and singular talent.
There’s something wildly ambitious, and admirable, about launching and operating an independent lifestyle boutique in the age of Amazon.
American photographer Erik Madigan Heck’s exhibition of fashion photographs is visually arresting.
Charming earrings that are sure to spark a connection wherever you might wear them.
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.
Paris-based, Toronto-raised designer Calla Haynes repurposes luxe fabrics as material for making Moroccan Boucharouite rugs.
Springtime calls for eye-popping bouquets of florals.
If you’re on the hunt for a new signature scent, head to the Louis Vuitton’s first freestanding pop-up in Canada.
Five cafés offering everything from pour-over coffee to specialty lattes.
For those who like a little flash come party season.
With some planning and a bit of flexibility, it is possible to give gifts and participate in the giving spirit of the holidays, thoughtfully.
We might mostly communicate via email and text these days, yet the analogue appeal of the printed holiday card endures.
Timed to coincide with the House of Dior’s 70th anniversary, the exhibition highlights the prevailing influence of the couturier’s New Look designs.
Since launching just over four years ago, Markoo has won over shoppers and fashion insiders alike with its well-edited collections of cool-girl staples.
It’s not every day that an 8000 square-foot food hub opens in Toronto’s west end.
Five places to find the city’s top croissants.
Following a year-long transformation, the largest hotel in Montreal is again open for business.
The film examines the life and career of Franca Sozzani, the legendary editor-in-chief of Italian Vogue, through the lens of her son, filmmaker Francesco Carrozzini.
For the label’s 15th anniversary, Pink Tartan collaborated with local stylists and cross-country brands to create a range of limited-edition pieces for the season.
Far from juvenile, the new rucksacks are structured, sleekly finished, and made out of luxe leathers and standout textiles.
Five beauty experts reveal what hues are trending for pedicures right now, and found the perfect sandals to pair them with.
Nuit and Jeff Regular’s latest venture has quickly become a downtown dining destination just two months into its soft opening.
Thirteen of the best sunglasses for the summer.
Opened last spring by Aja Lapointe and Stephen Smee, this restaurant is a popular casual-dining option known for its vegetable-heavy dishes.
These celebratory products are perfect for Canada Day, and beyond.
Twenty-five-year-old executive chef and co-owner Ben Staley is at the helm of the first tasting menu experience in Alberta’s capital.
These outerwear selects are so stylish, you may even find yourself reaching for them on sunny days.
Louis Vuitton. Céline. Alexander McQueen. Chanel. During her first full season on the international circuit, Canadian beauty Emm Arruda was cast in nearly all the major runway shows.
This e-commerce site is making Korean beauty products more accessible to the Canadian market.
Our style selections for the coming season.
Vancouver-born, London-educated designer Steven Tai on designing for women who embrace their quirkiness as strength.
Canadian designer Aurora James talks sustainable fashion, the growth of her label Brother Vellies, and the only clogs you’ll ever need.
Almost 30 years after launching her eponymous women’s fashion label, Montreal-based Marie Saint Pierre is introducing a small capsule of men’s looks for spring/summer 2017.
The iconic coat’s enduring autumnal appeal.