Montreal Fine Arts Museum Annual Ball, Montreal A record $1.5-million was raised on Nov. 3 at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’s 58th annual ball, a black-tie gathering I consider one of Canada’s best.
What would a garment look like if you applied a specific mathematical formula to its dimensions? It’s a question often answered in the work of Sid Neigum, one of Anjli Patel’s favourite fashion designers.
For the young as well as the young at heart, there’s no greater joy than playing with a new toy. And for those who are serious about their playthings, nothing tops the thrill of a visit to FAO Schwarz.
Opening of Obsession: Sir William Van Horne’s Japanese Ceramics at the Gardiner Museum, Toronto Ahead of the public debut of Obsession: Sir William Van Horne’s Japanese Ceramics, a splendid and monumental
Dyson first disrupted the hair care game in 2016 when it entered the beauty market with a technically savvy and ambitiously priced blow dryer. Now, it’s taking on every other coif apparatus under your
Gilberto Benetton, who drove the expansion of the family clothing business known for its colourful sweaters and provocative advertisements into investments in agriculture, real estate, highways and other
What a $400 ticket to a Goop conference gets you: aspiration and a touch of shame (but no Gwyneth Paltrow)
Goop came to Canada on the last weekend of October, bringing a stream of upscale athleisure-wearing women to Vancouver’s Stanley Park on a glorious Saturday morning. We were greeted with platters of goopglow
Lord Darlington’s quip that a cynic is one “who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing” came courtesy of Oscar Wilde in 1892, but sometimes it feels like we haven’t changed much. And to
For the timepiece-obsessed sportsman, it’s hard to beat a ticker from Richard Mille. The Swiss brand is a regular on the wrists of some of the world’s top professional athletes, including tennis legend