The Canadian choreographer’s big premiere
“It’s minimally complex,” said choreographer Guillaume Côté of his upcoming premiere for the National Ballet of Canada, Being and Nothingness. Inspired by Jean Paul Sartre’s existential philosophy, the ballet captures the dichotomy between existence and absolute nothingness. “I see...
This is not your grandmother’s wallpaper
Covering a part of your home in wallpaper is like wearing your heart on your sleeve—your true self is utterly exposed. “Technology has given wallpaper a new push,” says Rick Vintage, co-founder of Netherlands-based NLXL, a company that creates high-impact designer wallpaper. “It is an easy w...
Win tickets for two, plus see 10 of the pieces we’re coveting
Canada’s premier design museum, the Design Exchange is holding its first-ever silent auction featuring a selection of unique contemporary décor pieces and furniture this Friday, May 29 in Toronto. Before the auction begins, an exclusive champagne preview will be held at 5:30 pm. Tickets are ...
The evolution of an effigy
Many consider Auguste Rodin to be the father of modern sculpture; his realistically modelled human figures evoke the tragedy or passion within each subject. A new exhibition at the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts focuses on exploring the metamorphosis of the French artist’s works in progress ...
Accessories with serious shock value
From strong heels to statement bags, these covetable accessories will electrify your look. Above, we take command in heroic footwear that gets us ready for battle.
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Cuff ($2,100) by Tiffany & Co.
A sleek silver cuff fits contemporary style to a T.
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