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What the Stars Wore to the 2020 American Music Awards Last Night

The 2020 American Music Awards happened at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles last night with a stellar lineup of stars in attendance (as well as a small live audience, unlike the 2020 People’s Choice Awards which happened last week with no audience). Canadians Justin Bieber and Shawn Mendes kicked off the evening with a …

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11 Brands You Can Feel Good About Buying From on Giving Tuesday

2020 has been a tough year for businesses big and small, but particularly for nonprofits who rely on donations to get their life-changing work done. Help them get the funds they desperately need by doing your holiday shopping on Giving Tuesday (December 1) when brands of all stripes promise to donate proceeds of their sales …

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18 Shows and Movies We’re Excited to Stream in December 2020

We’ve got a lot of time on our hands right now. Here are all the movies and television shows we can’t wait to watch on streaming services—including Netflix Canada, Amazon Prime Video and CBC Gem—in December 2020. Amazon Prime Video Canada Happiest Season The highly anticipated queer rom-com starring Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis is …

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Four Canadian Jewellery Drops We’re Excited About

Whether you’re searching for something to gift yourself or someone else, Canadian jewellery designs will hit the spot. Here are a few new #shoplocal launches that are sure to pique your interest. Ora-C just launched a new line as a “tongue-in-cheek” homage to strange times Photography by JG + SHI. Boasting an eclectic rendering of …

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Changemaker Sage Paul on Building a Future for Indigenous Design

As the founder of Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto (IFWTO) and a thought leader in Canada’s style space, Sage Paul has made great strides for Indigenous representation within fashion: She facilitated an unprecedented capsule collection featuring eight Indigenous labels in partnership with Quebec retailer Simons that launched this past spring; she’s a member of the Program …

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How One Writer is Passing on Indigenous Design Traditions, Old and New

My daughter is only six, but I’ve already begun to envision items from my closet belonging to her one day. While I understand that when she’s grown, she may have different fashion inclinations — will she want to wear my strapless Temperley London peplum dress? — I still want her to have access to the …

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Halima Aden Announces She is Quitting Modelling

Halima Aden, the groundbreaking hijabi model, announced that she’s quitting the fashion industry, citing pressures to compromise her religious beliefs. It’s a major announcement from the model, who was one of the first women who wore a hijab to be signed to a major modelling agency. Aden shot to fame in 2016 after appearing in …

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Meghan Markle Reveals She Had a Miscarriage in Moving Op-Ed

Meghan Markle has opened up about suffering a miscarriage earlier this year in a poignant and moving essay on loss for the New York Times, published today. The op-ed, titled The Losses We Share, begins with the Duchess of Sussex describing a normal morning in July before suddenly feeling “a sharp cramp” as she changed Archie. …

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Hilary MacMillan Just Launched a Capsule of Biodegradable Loungewear

Toronto-based designer Hilary MacMillan, who in the past has used sustainability-focused materials including vegan leather and faux fur, just dropped a new capsule of biodegradable loungewear crafted from Tencel™. “We wanted to make something that was wholly made in Canada from sustainable fabrics,” MacMillan says about how the idea for designing the six-piece collection started. …