Month: March 2020

Everyone is taking a hit, but small independents are feeling the impact of the coronavirus pandemic the most When Toronto-based designer Steven Lejambe received the news that he’d been nominated for the Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent in Fashion at the 2020 Canadian Arts & Fashion Awards (CAFAs), he was elated. The nomination represented a
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While the coronavirus has upended the entire world, the fashion industry is feeling the affects hard. Over the past few weeks, the novel coronavirus outbreak has caused brands to shut down stores indefinitely, including Nike, Reformation, Everlane, Net-a-porter, and more, and post-poned the annual star-studded Met Gala event, which usually takes place in May. But
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Courtesy of Brand Here’s the thing about #mombod, #momlife, or #mom-fill-in-the-blank: There’s no such thing as one-size-fits-all when it comes to the insane, unpredictable, gut-wrenchingly wonderful experience of having a child. The emotional, mental, and physical factors all vary wildly, and I promise—you’re setting yourself up for something bad if you go down the curvy,
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While K-beauty is famous for its elaborate, multi-step skincare routines, sleep masks—the latest South Korean trend to hit our shelves—are all about taking it easy and letting a single product do all the hard work. These intensely hydrating overnight treatments can do wonders for dehydrated and dull complexions. Unlike typical face masks that are rinsed
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Photograph courtesy of CBCI totally get that. By Maddison Glendinning Date March 27, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Any fan of Schitt’s Creek (so, everyone, no?) will fondly remember Alexis Rose’s audition for Cabaret. Full of confidence, Alexis performed the title track off her critically reviewed limited reality series A Little Bit Alexis for Moira and Jocelyn – whilst actress
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Today, the Ralph Lauren Corporate Foundation announced that it will be donating $10 million to help those affected by the virus. The funds will be split across different causes, including the Emergency Assistance Foundation, the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, and more. “Now more than ever, in this time of need, supporting each
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“Casually dating during COVID-19 is like musical chairs,” says Vicky, a 38-year-old curator from Scotland. “Whoever you’ve been dating at time of lockdown is the one you’re stuck with.” There is no silver lining to the coronavirus outbreak. People are scared and sick and, more than anything, unsure about what’s to come. And it’s that
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We went straight to the pros for answers Eye cream has long been at the centre of a heated debate in the beauty industry. Some dermatologists recommend using one to care for the particularly delicate and sensitive skin around the eyes, while others argue that it’s an unnecessary—and expensive—extra step. “Eye creams are just elegant
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