Month: August 2019

Photography via iStockPhoto/miljkoIt’s time for some [hair] damage control. By Ashley Joseph Date August 31, 2019 icon-facebook icon-twitter “If there’s a time when you’re going to neglect your hair, it’s probably going to be in the summer,” says David D’Amours, Kérastase’s Canadian Editorial Director and owner of salon Privé par David D’Amours in Montreal. Whether your
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You know you’ve had a good year when the fine folks at Netflix decide to make a whole documentary centered around it. Over the span of the last 12 months, the 28-year-old Travis Scott has released a number-one album, collaborated on a couple Nike sneakers that are selling for thousands on the secondary market, and
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If you’re having a hard time coping with the inevitable seasonal switch, hopefully this month’s newest movie releases can provide some relief. To start off, horror is kicking off the month with the return of Pennywise, aka the world’s scariest clown, in IT Chapter Two, a sequel to the film adaptation of Stephen King’s IT. Then
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When I was growing up, it seemed that modesty and fashion were an unattainable couple. That didn’t always remain the case, but for a large part of my life, dressing modestly in a way that felt stylish was a struggle—especially as a teenager when everyone my age (including me) wanted to wear whatever Selena Gomez or Hilary Duff had on.
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We’ll say it once, and we’ll say it again—when it comes to fashion, age, for the most part, is irrelevant. However, sometimes it’s nice to narrow down the scope of what is trending by age group just to get a better pulse of who is wearing what. To do exactly that, today we decided to
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What I love most about a trip to the nail salon is it’s basically an oasis of endless possibilities. That being said, most trips to the salon still begin with me staring down the “services” menu trying to figure out if I’ll stick to a regular manicure or treat myself to something more creative like
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Alongside PSLs and leggings, a fleece jacket used to be a key part of the Basic Student starter pack. Now, the fashion industry is claiming it as its own. Indie designer Sandy Liang was the first to adopt the look back in 2015 with her Insta-famous outerwear, but the trend is peaking. Philip Lim, Fendi,
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Photograph courtesy of SSENCEIt marks the French brand’s first pop-up in Canada. By Maddison Glendinning Date August 30, 2019 icon-facebook icon-twitter Canadian e-commerce platform SSENSE announced today that it has launched an exclusive pop-up in its Montréal store with Louis Vuitton. Whilst SSENSE has previously hosted pop-ups, it is the first time the iconic French
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What’s up, guys? Or shall I say…….. Good morrow….. Sophisticat’d men…. Because this week, WWD reported that men are getting very refined in their online shopping habits. A Lyst study commissioned by the paper shows that over the past year, men have gravitated away from “directional brands”—the ones that ply luxury streetwear—and are instead reaching
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For a few seasons now, menswear has been all about finding style in utility. Rugged clothes and footwear have moved from the mountains to city streets—and the likes of Carhartt and Comme des Garçons have been paired with increasing frequency. Closer to the ground, hiking sneakers from the likes of Salomon, The North Face, and
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