Retail Therapy: Patrick Assaraf brings premium casual menswear to Eg. West

Patrick Assaraf offers a line of premium casualwear centred around the idea that high-quality basics should be polished and affordable.

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Three Fresh Fashion Takes: Rani Kim, a Ryerson grad, unveils her latest collection at Toronto Fashion Week with Rank

Starting today, we'll be looking at three fresh new faces in the local fashion scene over the next few weeks. This week, meet Rank by Rani Kim.

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Toronto Home of the Week: Plenty of living room outdoors and a modern, well-appointed living room indoors—and more—at 151 Maxome Avenue

Built on a corner lot with plenty of elbow room outside, 151 Maxome Avenue dazzles with a bright and open-concept layout, finished with plenty of dark hardwoods and snow-white quartz flooring.

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The Find: The chic biker look, giving adults the opportunity to play dress-up

Nothing says you’re taking a pseudo-walk on the darker side like sleek black leather, sparkling skulls and rocker fringe.

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Wanted: Isabel Marant’s Karine turtleneck sweater, all but inviting the leaf-kicking days of late fall

Parisian ready-to-wear designer, Isabel Marant, has produced the perfectly cozy sweater for Toronto’s brisk late fall that also feels soft to the touch.

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Pusateri’s Fine Foods to partner with Saks Fifth Avenue for their Canadian expansion

Toronto-based Pusateri’s will be the chief operator of Saks Fifth Avenue’s food halls.

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Retail Therapy: With a new pop-up Eaton Centre boutique, Honey brings its fun, flirtatious attitude downtown at last

Honey’s stores are like a girl’s closet, specializing in wardrobing and special events, but caters to the woman with attitude and individual style.

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Frank & Oak—a lifestyle brand for “the creative and digital generation”—to open Queen West store on November 13

Once again, Queen Street West seems to be getting all the fun.

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The Find: A selection of pan-Toronto sources for classic denim blue jeans

It’s hard to image jeans were ever not a wardrobe staple. Since James Dean popularized denim pants in the 1950s, jeans have become the bottoms of choice for men, women and children.

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We choose five of this week’s favourites at 2014 World MasterCard Fashion Week

Just when you think the excitement is over now that the Toronto International Film Festival has come and gone, World MasterCard Fashion Week brings the city’s energy levels back up with a five-day runway of top Canadian design talent.

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