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24 Sep 2017


By Gracie Carroll

Weekend Musts: Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto, Discover This + More

By Gracie Carroll

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Make sure you’ve got your credit card on hand this weekend because with an exciting new pop-up launch,  jewellery collection drop, and the fitness event of 2018 (so far) happening, you’ll want to be ready to jump on these purchases stat. Keep reading for this weekend’s musts!

What To Do:

For early risers seeking a great Saturday sweat, grab a last minute ticket to Eva Redpath‘s (RE)SET event featuring a HIIT workout by Eva, guided meditation by The Quiet Company, music by DJ Feel Good Smalls and panel conversation featuring Meghan Yuri Young, Rachel Molenda, David Forteau and Tea. Click HERE to get your tickets for the event (happening at 10am) now.

kent lingerie hudson's bay eco pop up

What To Know:

Mark your calendars, because the first ever Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto has been announced and will be taking over the city this summer from May 31 to June 3, 2018. Although the full lineup of participants has not yet been announced, this exciting new week promises to present ‘the most distinct and progressive Indigenous artists working in fashion, textiles and craft.’ Stay tuned for more details and bookmark http://ifwtoronto.com/ until then.

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Where To Go:

Hudson’s Bay has launched a new eco-themed pop-up concept shop called Discover This that’s arriving in stores and online as of right now. Featuring eight fashion and beauty brands that are totally new to Hudson’s Bay, you can expect to find the likes of KOTN, Coola Suncare, UMA Oils, KENT Lingerie and more.

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What To Shop:

Toronto-based jewellery designer extraordinaire, Michelle Ross, has announced that her new spring collection — The Hiya Collection — is launching tomorrow. That’s all the info she’s released so far, so be sure to check her online shop tomorrow to see what’s new and get first dibs on her latest pieces.

romy and michele mona may

What To Hear:

We’ve written about Capsule ’98 before, and we’re writing about it again. Because if you haven’t heard Randi Bergman‘s recent interview with iconic costume designer Mona May, you seriously have not lived. If you are fan of Hollywood classics (and all of our personal faves) such as Clueless, Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion, A Night at The Roxbury, Never Been Kissed, House Bunny and more. Click HERE to listen to it now!

Happy Weekend!



(story by Editor-in-Chief, Gracie Carroll)



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