The Zara skort. How could I not? Also, if you think I’m going to stop wearing baseball caps anytime soon…well, you are mistaken my friend.
I don’t know when it happened. I don’t know how it happened.
Look ma, no black!
Rudsak, founded in Montreal in 1994, has grown into one of Canada’s leading fashion brands synonymous with quality, craftsmanship and international instinct. The brands’ visionary and creative leader Evik Asatoorian says of his latest collection, “I think of the 70’s as my favourite era, and wanted to bring that groovy time to life through our designs.” He payed homage to the disco era for the fall/winter 2013 lineup in a way that was so modern, cool and wearable. Metallic touches glimmer in the collection, which draw influence from the new age era of pop culture – while remaining faithful to the brand’s “rebel without a cause” DNA.
It’s that time of the year. SAMPLE SALE SEASON! This one, by PYA Importer, is a smorgasbord of brands – from Line Knitwear to DKNY Intimates – at up to 80% off. If you are in Toronto, its worth a trip for the Line Knitwear alone!
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Testing out the “beetlejuice” stripes that have managed to infiltrate nearly every store lately. Decided I’m undecided on them.
It’s no secret that majority of the time I prefer androgynous looks over girly, feminine ones.
Chevron…the cool, edgy older sister of stripes. Chevron is nevertheless a little more difficult to rock (especially on the bottom) as the psychedelic pattern can play some tricky games with the eye. This can make the poor wearer look…wider than they are. The straight, high-waisted cut of these (where-to-buy: next page) shorts makes them flattering and versatile.