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Stephanie Cafato wearing a brown, felt '40s decade, hat with rooster feather

Toronto Vintage Clothing Show

The Toronto Vintage Clothing Show and Toronto Antique & Vintage Market came together at the Queen Elizabeth Building at Exhibition Place in Toronto from Oct. 3 to 4. The show is the biggest sale of vintage clothing in Canada featuring unique vendors. It was a great chance for fashion lovers to purchase vintage and retro …

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Photo by Amanda Skrabucha.

Street Style: Kensington Market

Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington Market is a free community festival that happens on the last Sunday of the month from May to October every year. The event is a chance to celebrate Kensington Market’s neighbourhood and to demonstrate its independent business community. Musicians, artists and performers entertain visitors who come here to enjoy the sights …

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One look from Dsqared2's Dsquaw collection. Courtesy of instagram.

Calling an end to fashion’s appropriation of Aboriginal culture

Designers create the world of fashion by pushing the boundaries of style each season. Sometimes they seek inspiration from other cultures, so they borrow elements from the cultures of minority groups without their input. This is cultural appropriation. Such is the case with Canadian label Dsquared2‘s new line. After presenting their Native-themed line at Milan Fashion …

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Photo taken by Amanda Skrabucha.

Street Style: Streetfeet

Get a spring in your step by wearing the most fashionable shoes this season. Sportswear and menswear have stuck around the past few seasons and are still here. Sporty vibes from Nike, Adidas, Jordan, New Balance and Vans are getting creative makeovers.. Popular for the comfy alternative, they vary within designs, shapes, colours and patterns …

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Photo taken by Amanda Skrabucha

#artlive Vogue Ball: Avant garde fashion, frolic and fun

On the night of Jan. 24, the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto was a bubble-themed, fashion-focused performance party, hosted by the House of Nuance and the House of Monroehas. The highly competitive #artlive Vogue Ball fashion show is a part of the Harbourfront Centre’s World Stage programming, which aims to develop Toronto’s understanding of the contemporary through …

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