From its earliest days, the Guerlain name has been as synonymous with skin-care as with perfume.
As everyone knows, especially Bogaert, your makeup application will only apply as smoothly as the base, so in February she launched her skin-care line of eight products to cleanse, exfoliate, hydrate, and protect.
The Sash Simpson story reads like a novel, and the latest chapter, titled “Sash”, is about the chef opening his eponymous restaurant in Toronto’s Summerhill neighbourhood.
Adaptive reuse is the process of giving new life to an existing building, to highlight its history and past purpose rather than just building anew.
The latest addition to the Bloor Street refresh that started with Eataly (visible from the Holts Café’s stunning new 20-foot-high floor-to-ceiling windows), reopened at the end of January and has contributed to the street’s reputation as a major foodie-shopping destination.
This year chocolatiers and pastry chefs in Canada have a whole new flavour variation and gorgeous colour to craft in, with the introduction of RB1 couverture—or “the fourth kind of chocolate”—ruby.
Apollonia Vanova has come up with a novel idea for getting people up close and intimate with the art she sells in her Toronto gallery—a couple of twin-sized beds.
Straddling the line between tradition and innovation, this kaiseki experience is a far cry from your typical omakase meal.
On the first floor of a brownstone in Yorkville, behind an unmarked, hot pink door, you can find one of Toronto’s most exclusive shopping experiences.