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By Rachel Luisetto Planning your next adventurous trip and want some breathtaking sights to see? Fashion Weekly has got it covered! Here are some of the most beautiful buildings from around the world that definitely deserve a spot on your … Continue reading

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August 2014 Samantha L. In the Mississauga skyline, two buildings curve across the horizon with the grace of one of Hollywood’s iconic figures. The Absolute Towers have been nicknamed the ‘Monroe’ buildings after Marilyn of the same name. The design … Continue reading

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July 2014 Samantha L.   Toronto, if nothing else, has a genuine love for the arts. This cultural hub of Ontario is home to some of the most interesting collections of all things creative. The Toronto Design Exchange is home … Continue reading

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May 2014 by Harija   This summer rather than staying indoors playing videos games; FashWeekly would recommend its readers to take a tour around the city of Toronto to see its artistic side. The city of Toronto is a multicultural … Continue reading

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April 2014 Samantha L. As the demand for eco-friendly living increases, the real estate market is supplying prospective buyers with even more options. The landscape of downtown Toronto has vastly changed in the past decade and with the countless cranes … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss the National Home Show happening in Toronto!   March 14-23, 2014 direct energy centre – toronto   http://www.nationalhomeshow.com/NHS/EventsHome.aspx

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Feb 2014 Christopher Mello The Survival of Haute Couture, in the 21st Century. Does the Art Form of Haute Couture Face Extinction?   To most Haute Couture is just a way of saying “I have the disposable income to spend … Continue reading

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Jan 2015 By: Natalie Spence   The Trump tower in Toronto, which was unveiled back in 2012, is an impressively luxurious 65-storey skyscraper, located in the financial district. It overlooks the city of Toronto and has an amazing view of … Continue reading

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By Natalie Spence   Christmas is always everyone’s favorite time of the year. Who doesn’t love a day filled with gifts, delicious food and great company? But, before that, there’s Christmas tree décor! There are many amazing Christmas trees all … Continue reading

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Philippe Dubic’s Fall/Winter Collection’s theme “Be a Man” lives up to its title. The clothing and branding all screams masculinity yet with a hint of sophistication, class and definitely a well tailored look- it is close to perfection. This Montreal … Continue reading

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November 2013 Lianne Beland   House of Vintage           House of Vintage is owned by fashion and vintage expert, Dennis Adamidis, who has been in the field for over twenty years.  Whether you’re looking for a vintage designer gown or … Continue reading

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Sept 2013 By Amanda Labelle The Eco Chic Fashion Show, organized by Simply Green Unique Events Inc., is a local event exhibiting Eco-friendly Canadian designers and will be raising awareness of the OneMatch Stem Cell and Marrow Network on behalf … Continue reading

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Aug 2013 By Mackenzie Belcastro Having your own private pool is without a doubt, a wonderful luxury. So if you have decided to pamper yourself and your family by investing in the installation of one, then you ought to ensure … Continue reading

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July 2013 By Amanda Labelle The taste for fair-trade organic coffee coupled with a palate for culture gives rise to the coffee culture gallery. This is a return to the local; a sort of hipster, anti-bourgeoisies social commentary on formal … Continue reading

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June 2013 Shenelle Lumzel-Brown Pablo Picasso, Edvard Munch, Leonardo Da Vinci, Alexander McQueen, and Valentino. These are all men who have shaped the world of art, design and architecture with their creative and passionate devotion to their craft. Some may … Continue reading

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May 2013 By Ashley D. The Art Gallery of Ontario is full of fun, new, and fresh exhibits to be explored.  Anyone who has the slightest interest in art, but doesn’t always understand it, will greatly appreciate what the AGO … Continue reading

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April 2013 Kyla N Best described as trendy, current and edgy, Urban Outfitters’ success continues to grow as an empire. Not only is their fashion taste impressive, but also so is their eye for interior design. Not only does Urban … Continue reading

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By Magdelena LaSalle College graduate Travis Taddeo presented a  furry unisex collection last Friday at Toronto Fashion Week . Taddeo’s 2013 fall collection  maintained  a minimalistic yet edgy nature through the incorporation of leather, sheer fabrics and an abundance of … Continue reading

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March 2013 Casey Jane T.   With fall and winter fashions shows starting up, everyone is watching for the next big designer to take the reigns and show the world their talents. Undoubtedly, New York fashion week is the stage … Continue reading

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feb 2013 Trisha Bravo Also known as the BB Cream, this magical all-in-one tinted moisturizer was developed in Germany, formally for the purpose of soothing and healing post-surgery skin, while tinting to hide redness. Popularized by Korean actresses who used … Continue reading

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jan 2013 by erika Elise Victoria Louise Windsor- Born in 1989 is a 23-year-old emerging visual artist, who graduated from Toronto’s OCAD University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She primarily focuses on photography, printmaking and sculpture. By layering photography … Continue reading

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Clayton Hon As a way to celebrate the entrance of Target into the Canadian market along with the support of Canadian designers, The Toronto Fashion Incubator or TFI teamed up with Target for their annual TFI New Labels Fashion Design … Continue reading

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dec 2012 by clayton hon For those of you who are into art or are just looking for things to do while in Toronto, here are some great art galleries located in the GTA and a quick list of current … Continue reading

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Recently we have two new designers Stephen and Gia joining our team and this is their take on the Arthur Mendonca show that happened just recently at World Mastercard Fashion Week in Toronto

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Nov 1st 2012 CLayton Hon Whoever said crossing a bridge should be limited to walking, driving, or maybe even swimming? Paris-based architecture agency AZC is taking crossing a bridge to the next level with their concept of a trampoline bridge. … Continue reading

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October 18 2012 by Kyla Nobrega Presented by Scotiabank, this year’s Nuit Blanche was like no other. Showcasing artistic representations throughout Toronto, this highly anticipated annual event turns the entire city into a truly unreal art exhibit. Running from sunset … Continue reading

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Oct 2012 By Telisha Russell Leng a Vancouver-based artist creates beautiful geometric landscapes that display a deflected view through the prism of a crystal. His work is characterized by geometric forms interacting with organic marks. This 23 year old artist … Continue reading

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Sep 19 2012 By: Jesse Massari The new #Hashtag Gallery at Bathurst and Dundas knows how to make art entertaining. For the month of September the gallery is hosting the illustrations of Sketch Motel, an international group of sketch artists … Continue reading

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Sept 2012 By Clayton Hon British Gymnastics has a new identity and it’s all thanks to the innovative thought process of London-based branding company Bear along with 3D artist Ben Koppel and photographer Giles Revell. What’s rather unique about their … Continue reading

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Wednesday August 8th 2012 Anyone who loves the old age art loves Van Gogh. He has had a certain reputation over the years maybe as a fanatic or a crazed man but his work was anything but that. It is … Continue reading

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Tue June 12 2012 By Stephanie Florio Art is something that is very interesting and that many people with different tastes enjoy. Whether it is crafts, fine art or counterparty art there are numerous different unique pieces that everyone can … Continue reading

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Tue May 15 2012 By Amrita Labana Architecture is the art, the science, and the business in building. Architects are responsible for creating buildings, which include homes, offices, schools, towers and churches. If you are an innovator, a realist, have … Continue reading

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May 1st 2012 By: Ksenia Bulgakov A painter, a musician, and a dietician in the pediatric oncology unit at SickKids Hospital, Gloria Green is keeping herself quite busy. Her abstract art made quite an impact at the art exhibition opening … Continue reading

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Monday April 16th 2012 By Ksenia Bulgakov With the weather finally evening out (more or less), spring is finally in the air. Warmer weather and sunnier days are all not too far away. With some spring cleaning already out of … Continue reading

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Mar 31st 2012 By Desiree OCAD is known as “the school of imagination”. Located in beautiful downtown Toronto. OCAD University has more depth and breadth in visual arts and design programs than any school of its kind in Canada. You … Continue reading

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Monday March 12th 2012 Hebah Baker The Prayer Rug may not mean much to some, but it is an important component of worship and devotion within the Islamic World. The Prayer Rug is shared throughout generations and integrates confined artistry … Continue reading

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Feb 27 2012 MARCH 2012 ISSUE By Mikyla Allen Located in Thailand overlooking the Pattaya Beach, this elegant and beautifully designed Hilton hotel is sure to make your jaw drop. Located on the 17th floor, the hotel’s main lobby is … Continue reading

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Monday, February 13th 2012 Issue 2 February Featured artist: Sarah Clifford -Rashotte There are thousands of brilliant, unknown artists within the Toronto area, and today Fashion Weekly is going to narrow in on one artist whose work has caught our … Continue reading

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Issue 4: January 30 2012 INTERIOR DESIGN SHOW 2012 The Interior Design Show has been a place for designers, artisans, decorators, furniture brands and many other industry pioneers to strut their design concepts. However, this year FW took a different … Continue reading

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January 16th 2012- Issue 2 When you walk into Toronto’s Bata Shoe Museum’s new exhibition, The Roaring Twenties, you are met with a projection screen playing black and white footage of a time that changed the course of women’s lives … Continue reading

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In the world of business, companies constantly strive to find new exciting ways to advertise their products and services. Whether it’s on the glossy pages of a magazine, a billboard, or even on a t-shirt, to the click of the … Continue reading

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