Plus, Ferragamo comes to Toronto’s Bloor Street.
Pamela Anderson stars in Pandora’s new campaign
If you’re lucky enough to have any diamonds in your jewellery collection, chances are you aren’t wearing them to run errands. But Pandora wants to change that with their new “Diamonds for All” campaign, starring Pamela Anderson, former Vogue creative director Grace Coddington, model Precious Lee and more modelling Pandora’s lab-grown diamonds as everyday jewellery. Behold the legendary Pam Anderson, pictured wearing Pandora’s rings and bracelets with classic basics like a black cashmere sweater and rolled-sleeve white button-down. After all, (everyday) diamonds are a girl’s best friend.
Christian Louboutin’s new sneakers are a blast from the past
Don’t play basketball but love the footwear? No problem. Christian Louboutin just launched Astroloubi, a collection of ’90s-inspired colourful, chunky sneakers for men and women. Feeling patriotic? There’s a red and white option. Nostalgic? This shade of magenta is lodged in our memories. Check out all the options in-store or online.
“The Grandest Night in Fashion” returns to the Fairmont Royal York
For your fall fashion fix, head to Toronto’s Fairmont Royal York on September 6 for “The Grandest Night in Fashion.” In partnership with the Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards (CAFA), the hotel is hosting a runway show inspired by iconic film looks and interpreted by emerging and established Canadian and global designers. You’ll be sure to spot Toronto’s most stylish, including last year’s host Jeanne Beker and model, entrepreneur, and size-inclusion advocate Lauren Chan. And did we mention it’s free and open to the public?
Ferragamo comes to Toronto’s Bloor Street
If you require some retail therapy (and in 2023, who doesn’t?!), look no further than Ferragamo’s new store on Toronto’s Bloor Street. Like its other locations, the space is drenched in rich neutrals and accented with whimsical details. And when you’re there, check out the fall collection, which is a masterclass of quiet luxury.
Alanis Morissette fronts Moose Knuckles’ fall campaign
What happens when a Canadian icon works with another Canadian icon? It looks like the Moose Knuckles Fall 2023 Campaign, “Get in Line.” Alanis Morisette is front and centre in the outerwear brand’s imagery, rocking a white puffer. Other global star sightings include Mustafa the Poet, Javon “Wanna” Walton, Beatrice Domond, and Shy wearing icy neutrals inspired by the arctic and bright primary colours referencing the city’s energy.
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