This past Thursday night the Sunnybrook Next Generation held their 3rd annual Arygle Affair – a charity event for research at Sunnybrook hospital. This years event was held at the beautiful Arcadian Loft over looking old city hall and our infamous “Toronto” sign. The theme of the night was “The art of night edition” which … More The Argyle Affair
…and they’re off! This past Sunday marked the 157th Queen’s Plate held at the Woodbine Racetrack. The Queen’s Plate is one of the biggest Canadian horse races of the year and a day not to be missed. The Queen’s Plate is one of the best events of the summer filled with royal fashion, entertainment and … More Rethink at the Races
The shows at Toronto Men’s Fashion Week ended just under two weeks ago, filled with lots of hugging, double kisses, strolling in the extremely freezing cold and running all day on an empty stomach, of course this incredibly fun week had me sick for a good week afterwards, hence the late post. (then spent … More TOM*FW Looks: What’s Color?
Last week I went to the most amazing boutique Gilding the Lily in the Distillery District in Toronto. The boutique is owned by celebrity stylist, Annie Jagger who has styled a long list of A-list celebrities in LA from the names of Bradley Cooper, Nicole Richie, Vanessa Hudgens to name a few. Her boutique carries … More Beaufille SS15 Jewellery Launch
This past Thursday night I attended an event hosted by Eligible Magazine to launch there Fall/Winter Issue (www.eligiblemagazine.com) at the newly opened Templar Hotel in Toronto. It was such a beautiful venue, home to the stars and elite (James Franco hosted his TIFF party here a few months ago). Eligible Magazine is an online magazine … More Eligible Magazine F/W Issue Launch Party
On Sundays we brunch, right? Well not me but many people do. I actually can’t remember the last time I went out for brunch. Every so often in Toronto (a lot of cities do this!) a few restaurants offer a fixed menu brunch from noon till 3-4pm which then turns into a full out day … More Sunday Brunch Party
October 27th has been a date many people of Toronto have been talking about for many months now because it was election day. Yesterday marked the end of the Rob Ford administration and the beginning for John Tory. I surprised myself with the level of interest I have in politics but this election has been … More Politically correct