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.
The facts are as follows: art by women makes up 2% of art sold and galleries can take over 50% of an artist’s earnings when a painting is sold—if the painting even makes it into a gallery in the first place.
Alfred Sung Bespoke, designed to be an easy, convenient take on custom tailoring, offers made-to-measure clothing for both men and women.
Those responsible for building a design-oriented identity in Canada have had to contend with the often-overshadowing affects of European traditions, but with the Interior Design Show, Toronto takes the centre stage.
Lee Dekel’s multi-brand boutique 100% Silk may be geographically only a few kilometres away from those of the biggest names in global fashion, but philosophically it might as well be on a different planet.
Step into the brick-and-beam historic building with its sleek, central bar, black industrial-looking exposed pipes, and sky-high windows—and you’d swear you were in London or Paris.
Karena Evans is a force to be reckoned with: one of the most sought-after music video directors working today, she has a penchant for artistic storytelling and representation.
Today, Another Brick In The Wall continues strong, bolstered by the now 75-year old Waters who gives the opera’s musical creator especially high marks.
Eataly is hard to miss. Sitting at the intersection of Bay and Bloor Streets in Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood, the chain is the centerpiece of the freshly renovated Manulife Centre.