Jewels, the new exhibit of Bert Stern's iconic images of '60s icons, including Marilyn Monroe in the last images ever taken of her, just opened in Toronto and has the icon firmly planted in our minds. Why not catch the exhibit (on until July 9, at IZZY GALLERY, 106 Yorkville Avenue,...

com, a savvily designed U.S.-based web store (brick ones are to come later in the year) offering atypically whimsical, actually stylish bridesmaid dresses. Exclusive designs from Tracy Reese, Fleur Woodand Catherine Deane can be ordered in multiples and in sizes 0–14, starting at $200. It also...

Johnson Hartig's label isn't fashion's only Libertine. Joining the South Granville retail rise is Libertine Boutique (). Owner Suma Men Peever, a lawyer in her past life, has an eye for timeless pieces. Her lineup—available in a palette of modern neutrals, from nudes and greys to marine and...

We can't wait to check out the lineup, which is sure to include some pieces by Guinness favourite Alexander McQueen, so in honour of the occasion we bring you a Daphne-themed edition of FASHION Plates. Take a look through our picks for how to channel a bit of Daphne with every look.

His signature style of rectangles in fields of colour has had a major impact on the colour-blocking trend that dominated the runways this past spring and continues to be seen everywhere for fall. With the recent Canadian premiere of a Tony Award–winning play that lets us in on the life of the...

Get active in the water or emulate beach inspired beauty with a collaboration by Stila and Roxy. From the buzzed-about wetsuit-inspired apparel by Lisa Marie Fernandez to Ray-Ban's eclectic Wayfarers, these pieces will have you standing out on the water's edge.

Browns also got a futuristic makeover—all the better to showcase their new brands like Pucci, Chie Mihara and exclusive Ruthie Davis. Speaking of shoes, Locale, a multi-label boutique, also opened a new spot on the prime corner of McGill Avenue. About one block north of the main drag, it's...

com ), both fully stocked with all the fine lingerie and satiny goodness you've been fantasizing about since the brand's Canadian launch nearly two years ago.

Next up, we give you the best bets for a magical summer in Montreal. From checking out top musical acts at Osheaga to donning a pair of mega-angular shades from homegrown talent Rad Hourani, Montreal editor Patricia Gajo has got you covered.

Breaking away from a decade of designing for the fast-fashion industry, Vancouverite Andrea Wong has launched her own handmade accessories line, Aw by Andrea Wong (). "It pairs my two passions—sourcing vintage and creating things with my hands," she says. Bag one of her bright blanket totes,...

 

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