from left: Dolce & Gabbana,  Peter Pilotto, Prabal Gurung, Richard Chai, Valentino.

5 fall runway trends to shop

The best looks from fall 2014

1. Enchanted Forest Fairytale-inspired pieces reminiscent of Little Red Riding Hood, flower fairies and the Queen of Hearts will add a touch of magic to your wardrobe. Runway credits: Dolce & Gabbana (Kim Weston Arnold), Valentino (Yannis Vlamos)  1. Alexander McQueen embellished satin-cr...

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The Coveteur’s co-founder Erin Kleinberg talks

Plus, see Kleinberg’s new fall collection

Canadian cool designer and The Coveteur Co-founder, Erin Kleinberg, gives us access into her über-chic home and laid-back lifestyle to discuss the release of her new namesake Fall 2014 Collection. Coined #ThatEKLife on Instagram, the designer and her collection, sold at TNT, encapsulate the perfec...

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Left to right: Paper dress Bobby Kennedy 1968, Paper dress Trudeau 1968

Toronto’s Design Exchange opens its latest exhibit

Politics of Fashion, Fashion of Politics

Canadian style icon Jeanne Beker’s curatorial debut at the Design Exchange examines the relationship between fashion and politics. The multimedia exhibit explores how the two realms have influenced one another from the 1960s to the present day, by highlighting the industry’s influencers ...

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Cover star Jessica Chastain opens up

See our exclusive interview

Jessica Chastain has been busy. By the end of this calendar year, the 37-year-old actress from Sacramento, California, will have starred in four feature films in only 12 months, including Miss Julie and Christopher Nolan’s widely anticipated sic-fi drama Interstellar, out this November. In t...

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Settle into fall with a warm cup of tea

The epic guide to hosting afternoon tea

In a world where we have a take-out Starbucks joint at every corner and a pod-brewing Nespresso machine at home, the notion of hosting “afternoon tea” may seem archaic and unnecessary. But it’s a tradition worth holding on to, and an elegant and enjoyable one, at that. Many hotels...

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