Vintage shopping is a resurfacing art and definitely not something enjoyed by everyone. Typically requiring big time commitments and an eye for the tasteful among the tacky, browsing past fashion trends and designer pieces can either be hugely rewarding or simply a huge waste of time.
The late Steve Jobs once said, “Design is a funny word. Some people think design means how it looks. But of course, if you dig deeper, it’s really how it works”.
Magazines have come a long way since the first one was published in 1731 by Edward Cave, called The Gentlemen’s Magazine. Although this general interest publication was no GQ or Sports Illustrated, it was a stepping-stone in the evolution of print publications.
When it comes to Toronto fashion retailers us ladies have the exact opposite problem to the guys; instead of too few options, we’ve got too many!
Although it is of course debatable whether there ever really can be “too many” stores, even for the most
Whether you’re looking to purchase something that’s imported from Italy or handmade right here in Canada, each of these retailers have one thing in common- they share a passion for quality home furnishings and accessories.
Ever wonder who dresses your favorite celebrities or who selects this season’s top trends and must-haves? We did. On our quest to find out who these style savvy individuals were, we discovered some homegrown talent.
Sculpture was first born in ancient civilizations, most often as a method to express religious devotion and politics. Today this art has evolved to encompass a wide range of themes and beliefs, seen everywhere from private homes to public monuments. These modern day pieces use seemingly any and every material available, both natural and man-made, allowing for limitless unique and beautiful combinations.