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The quest for costumes For those who are tired of showing up as the gladiator, the witch or the vampire, here are a few ideas for a more creative and spook-tacular Halloween
Oct22

The quest for costumes For those who are tired of showing up as the gladiator, the witch or the vampire, here are a few ideas for a more creative and spook-tacular Halloween

By: Gizelle Panton #1 – Emoji Simple, cute and funny. All you need is a yellow dress or t-shirt and a matching skirt or pants, black shoes and fabric markers. Simply choose an emoji face and draw the face on your shirt with the markers (try to make it look as close to the iPhone emojis as possible). However, if you are not confident with your drawing skills, simply print out your emoji on an iron-on transferable sheet and iron...

Colour me bold Embrace your eccentricities and get to know the more unconventional sides of fashion
Oct08

Colour me bold Embrace your eccentricities and get to know the more unconventional sides of fashion

By: Sonia Leung “Five colours to wear this fall!” “Biggest trend of the season!” These headlines (and their variations) make their way around the fashion magazine circuit year-round. Magazines and similar media are quick to prescribe a trend to track, a culture to associate yourself with, and rules to abide by. There is nothing wrong with these trends or adhering to a culture of following fashion guidelines. After all, they only...

Streetwear, mon amour I love streetwear, but the culture isn’t my own
Oct01

Streetwear, mon amour I love streetwear, but the culture isn’t my own

By: Jeffrey Ye Streetwear started out as a simple idea, but grew increasingly broad and complex beyond the word’s dictionary definition. When we think of streetwear, the words “hype” and “exclusive” often come to mind. We think of brands like Supreme that take influences from skate, hip-hop and various other youth subcultures, all combined to make a potent mix of nostalgia and on-trend styles that makes hype beasts foam at the mouth....

Lifestyle’s fall favourites For many students, autumn is the real New Year’s. Start this year with LS’s life, fashion and food tips for the fall.
Sep17

Lifestyle’s fall favourites For many students, autumn is the real New Year’s. Start this year with LS’s life, fashion and food tips for the fall.

Try: Get a haircut The changing of seasons provides a prime opportunity to seek new bounds. One of the easiest and most dramatic personal changes you could make right now? Getting your hair cut – and I don’t mean just a trim. Personally, I’ve always been a firm supporter of long hair. In fact, I’ve had long hair for as long as I can remember (minus the mushroom cut my mom gave me when I was seven, but who hasn’t suffered through this...

Meet the Lifestyle editors We sit down with our Lifestyle editors to talk fashion, personal style, and why they love writing for their section
Sep17

Meet the Lifestyle editors We sit down with our Lifestyle editors to talk fashion, personal style, and why they love writing for their section

Jason – 4th year Arts & Science Crewneck: Club Monaco Pants: Topman Shoes: Adidas Stan Smith Sunglasses: Tom Ford Michelle – 2nd year Health Sciences Dress: Wilfred Free Shoes: Nike Air Huarache Earring: Rare Specimans What are some of your favourite brands? M: Some of my favourites have got to be Acne Studios, Norse Projects, A.P.C., Rag & Bone, Thom Browne, and Maison Kitsuné. J: The best time of year is when...

Best of World MasterCard Fashion Week
Apr02

Best of World MasterCard Fashion Week

By: Jenan Nasser People piled in to David Pecaut Square on March 23 to kick off the Toronto World MasterCard Fashion Week. Industry and Designer guest lineups were out the door, and despite the discouraging weather, the week ran smoothly, with nearly a full house every evening. The entire week was filled with amazing collections, but five shows stuck out above the rest. David Dixon Dixon set the tone for pencil skirts during the...