Ela Aldorsson’s namesake handbag line started with a shoe.
The New Zealand–born, San Francisco–based brand finds a place to roost in Toronto.
The Marimekko story is best told through the women who have shaped the 67-year-old company synonymous with graphic prints.
What began as a handful of EVA silhouettes has evolved into a selection of sneakers, sandals, and boots for all seasons—and now, the Vancouver-based company’s first bricks-and-mortar location.
Simon Holloway, creative director of Agnona, manifests an affinity for the particularly Italian way of blending the traditional with the contemporary.
The Toronto-based fashion label has transcended its original focus on feminine blazers to become a full-fledged ready-to-wear line.
Martin and her team of visionary individuals are shaking things up with the multidimensional brand La DoubleJ, which blends vintage-focused e-commerce with an astute insider city guide.
At 188 years old, Delvaux is only just beginning to achieve global renown.
A new exhibition at the Fashion History Museum shows how Canadian style has evolved along with the country.