Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in a he iconic 1962 Cartier Tank watch. (Photo: Getty) Nathalie Atkinson discovers how to move forward with starting a watch collection. By Nathalie Atkinson Date December 26, 2020 Facebook Twitter Are you thinking about buying a watch? As a beautiful object and as a metaphor, the wristwatch may be the ultimate
Netflix’s Never Have I Ever premiered on Netflix in late April and instantly became the must-watch of quarantine. It’s a coming-of-age comedy from co-creators Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher amd follows a first-generation Indian American girl growing up in Southern California. Eighteen-year-old Maitreyi Ramakrishnan plays our heroine Devi Vishwakumar, and will return for a second
Toronto-based photographer Michael Kai Young reimagines holiday dressing without the boundaries of what society considers to be masculine and feminine fashion. By Victoria DiPlacido Date December 24, 2020 Facebook Twitter “The boundaries of what we consider ‘masculine’ and ‘feminine’ fashion are these arbitrary ideas that were made up at one point in time,” says Toronto-based
Meditation has been a part of my life in different ways for the last few years. Most recently, it has been a way for me to handle stress, sleep better, and help counterbalance the physical training I put my body through. But there’s a part of meditation that has always confounded me that may surprise
Photography courtesy of Instagram/@thebirdspapaya.From The Birds Papaya to Tara Spencer-Nairn, here are the tastemakers we spotted supporting local. By Odessa Paloma Parker Date December 24, 2020 Facebook Twitter Time for a closet update? Whether it’s bold graphic loungewear or accessories you’re after, we’ve rounded up our favourite Canadian fashion moments from the week to give