A Film For Planned Parenthood of New York City

Proenza Schouler and Harley Weir have collaborated yet again and this time the result is a film for Planned Parenthood. With the current administration in the USA causing uproar daily, and with talks of defunding Planned Parenthood, this film shows a series of women discussing the importance of Planned Parenthood in their own lives.

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Creature from the Gucci Lagoon

Since Alessandro Michele’s appointment as the creative director for Gucci, the world has gotten a lot more interesting. For A/W 17 he was influenced by science fiction films from the 50’s and 60’s. Pulling inspiration from classics like The Creature From the Black Lagoon and Forbidden Planet, Alessandro has proven that Gucci will transcend through space and time.

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Guillaume Kashima’s City Guides

Guillaume Kashima is an uber talented illustrator from berlin, germany. I came across his work recently and was enamoured by his use of bold colours and witty concepts. I checked out his Behance page and came across his continued collaborations with Citix60. Guillaume created illustrated city guides for some of the world’s most noteworthy destinations.


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Fracture Coasters by Ivana Carpio

A little known fact about me is that I collect coasters. It all started in university when I took a coaster from a bar I went to with my then boyfriend. Over time, I made a point of picking up a coaster at any restaurant I went to that had them readily available. I decided to invest more in coasters and now have enough to supply a small village dinner party if the event arises.

When I came across Ivana Carpio’s fracture coasters, I instantly fell in love. They look quite sharp and evoke a bit of danger but are still elegant to look at. Made of 9mm glass in the netherlands, they come in a set of five.

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Food Collages by Julie Lee

There is something that is so satisfying about seeing an array of food arranged in collage format. I love things organized neatly, so when I came across artist Julie Lee’s work, I was enamoured instantly. The bright coloured fruits and vegetables compliment each other while promoting sustainability and healthy eating.

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City of Gold

Jonathan Gold is renowned for his compassionate, fair writing. A food critic for the LA Times, Jonathan is not afraid to review a restaurant that calls a strip mall home. Unlike other food critics, he will go where no other man has went before, and be happy to share the tale. When you read one of his reviews, it feels like you're catching up with an old friend. In the documentary City of Gold, everyone who makes a cameo paints the same picture of jonathan: that he's as passionate about food as he is people.


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Beauty Crush: Sophie Rose Garland

In the last few months, my relationship with makeup has reached new heights. I have found myself subscribed to so many beauty vloggers on youtube, following certain makeup artists religiously, and trying to stay in the know with up and coming brands and products. I may not wear a lot of makeup on a day to day basis but this doesn't mean I don't adore those who beat their face, especially if they do it well. What I've come to realize is that there are so many talented people out there who use makeup not only to create beautiful looks, but to inspire the makeup loving community as well.

I want to do my part in reinforcing this community so I've decided to start posting beauty crushes. A beauty crush is someone who inspires me with their makeup choices, whether it be by showing tutorials on how to create looks, or just having amazing paint. the first person (and inspiration to blog about beauty crushes) is Sophie Rose Garland.

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Style Profile: Lauren Caruso

Since adopting an all black wardrobe, many have asked where the change came from. In university, I was a lot more adventurous with my style and recently, I've toned it down. I used to think it meant I was boring but I've come to realize the importance of having a uniform. There are days when I have no clue what to wear and then I throw on my trusty black tank top and jeans and feel at home. Someone who has inspired me to stay true to my aesthetic is Lauren Caruso.

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Rose and Sons

When I made the move to Toronto one thing I anticipated more than anything else was the restaurant scene. It seemed like every cuisine under the sun had a place to call home and the inclusivity and thoughtful approach excited me. When I for a place to eat, I often peruse instagram and blog to for honest reviews and suggestions. Keeping that in mind, I have decided to create my own archive of restaurant reviews and highlights in the city.

Let's start with Rose and Sons at 176 Dupont street.

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{image via Jamie Sarner}

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