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24 Sep 2017


By Gracie Carroll

#EditorPicks: 7 New Products and Places On Our September Must List

By Blair Stutz

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Wondering what #TeamE7 is currently loving? Every month we’ll be sharing what our new faves are from beauty products to restaurants and everything in between. In a huge city like TO, there are always new things popping up and we want you to know about it ASAP! We love that our Contributing Editors constantly has their fingers on the pulse of what’s new and happening in the city in so many ways and this is our way of sharing that knowledge with you.

Keep reading for the 7 new products and places that are on our September Must List! 

Gracie Carroll, Editor-In-Chief

KitchenAid's Mini Mixer Vegetable Sheet Cutter Attachment

(Kitchen-Aid Mini Mixer, $449 and Vegetable Sheet Cutter Attachment, $149)

“Top of the line kitchen appliances are my weakness but counter space is something that’s seriously lacking at #CasaGC. KitchenAid’s Mini Mixer is a dream come true for any bakers and cooks who are short on space in the kitchen. It’s smaller, lighter and more compact without compromising its performance. And for any veggie, gluten-free or paleo enthusiasts out there, you may be just as excited as I am about the new Vegetable Sheet Cutter Attachment that will help you create the most beautiful sheets of fresh zucchini for a guilt-free lasagna!” @GracieCarroll

Blair Stutz, Assistant Editor

hinge dating app edit seven toronto 2018

(Hinge App, free download)

“With ‘I miss you’ season just around the corner and your local f*ckboy trying to sneak back into the rotation, it’s time to meet someone new. If you’ve had enough of Tinder, and Bumble isn’t getting you anywhere, you need to try Hinge. I love that you fill out your profile answering random questions that get the convo going straight away so gone are the days of being inundated with a sea of ‘hey what’s up’ messages. This dating app isn’t exactly new but I’ve just hopped on the Hinge train and I’m hooked!” – @BlairAlex

Christina Gonzales, Contributing Editor

mango blue buttoned wool jacket edit seven 2018 toronto

(Mango Wool Jacket, $149)

“As much as I love love love summer and all the crazy heat that comes with it, there is just something about fall jackets that I can’t get enough of. I love that a gorgeous jacket can take a bleak outfit to a whole other level. This year I’m stocking up on more (don’t judge!) and I’m eyeing this super cool buttoned wool jacket from Mango. It’s super bright, fun, and this jacket will totally stand out in the sea of neutral tones we often see come Autumn.” – @xtina_gonzales

Shaeleigh Afton, Head Of Design

L’intervalle cowboy boots september editors picks edit seven 2018

(L’Intervalle White Cowboy Boots – $248)

“I’ve been flirting with the idea of a cowboy boot for a while and with a lot of western inspired pieces happening this season I’ve decided to take the plunge on this pair. I will likely wear them with everything from black wax skinnies to boho dresses. L’intervalle is a Canadian brand that makes their shoes in Spain so I love to support a Canadian company. Their prices are also really fair so you can still try trends that are quality made.” – @shaeleighafton_

Kait Fowlie, Contributing Editor

Khus + Khus premo hand nail foot

(Khus + Khus Premo Hand + Nail + Foot – $50)

“I love this product for my feet and elbows because it’s got CBD extract which is super healing for skin, and I’m obsessed with CBD oils right now. It feels gorgeous going on and it’s got this super herbal smell – like, mimosa and rosemary. Plus the company, Khus + Khus, is run by a really dope woman doing amazing work in the cannabis industry.” – @kait_fowlie

Ama Scriver, Contributing Editor

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(The Aviary Brewpub; Photo from BlogTO)

The Aviary Brewpub just opened up in the Canary District and it’s a sports pub that serves wings and tater tots. Plus, Josh Charbonneau who used to manage Schmaltz Appetizing is the head chef here and he is kind of the best so you know the food is gonna be good!” @amascriver

Alexandra Donaldson, Contributing Editor

Dr. Roebuck's Purifying Mask

(Dr. Roebuck’s Uluru Purifying Mask, $36)*

“Lately, I’ve been keeping my skin-care regime pretty streamlined, and I have to say my skin had responded really well to a consistent and simple routine. That being said, I’m a huge fan of face masking and it’s something I still incorporate pretty regularly. This month I’ve been all over the new masks from Australian brand Dr. Roebuck’s. The brand isn’t new, but they’ve rebranded and some of the products are definitely new including four masks. My current favourite is the Uluru red clay purifying mask. It’s great for revitalizing my face after a particularly sweaty day (when my pores are most likely to get clogged), but I’ve also found it’s great at soothing mosquito bites too!” @alxdonaldson

*Available at the end of September at Shoppers Drug Mart


Happy Shopping!




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