The fashion designer and founder of Black Designers of Canada speaks out about his experience: “That’s the thing with systemic racism: it’s like carbon monoxide. You can’t see or smell it, but it affects us all deeply, and some don’t come back from it.”
While so many collaborations often just feel like the mixing of prints and brand imagery, this one’s subtly actually makes it stand out.
Many Canadian footwear brands embraced the sneaker life this season.
Like espadrilles and gladiators, clogs are a classic footwear style that never really goes out of fashion.
Viberg works with small, old-world manufacturers, including family-run tanneries across Europe.
Incorporating materials like shearling, cashmere and baby alpaca, these flats are a quiet delight.
After Chanel’s chunky Velcro sandals appeared on the runway, cool girls everywhere started considering the benefits of buying in big.
Sneakers are the fashion piece capable of defining a look, revealing your style, your personality—sneakers give the world an idea of your creative value.
Since its debut in 1979, the round-toe, low-heeled pump with grosgrain ribbon and a gold buckle stamped with “Salvatore Ferragamo” has long been a badge of dolce vita chic.