George Brown College’s new sustainable fashion production program may be just what the Canadian apparel industry needs.
It was a busy weekend in Toronto. In addition to cinema and theatrical shows, the weekend events consisted of the FAT Show (Fashion Art...
My former Globe and Mail colleague, fashion journalist David Livingstone, has passed away but not without leaving a closetful of memories and trunks full of words that will live on well after his untimely demise in Toronto at the age of 69.
The Canadian fashion industry has lost an icon.
Di Carlo Couture is an haute couture label created by Montreal-based designer Antoinette Di Carlo. Decorative, feminine and romantic, Di Carlo favors the long and lean, with a keen interest in silhouette and a passion for glamour and sophistication. Elegant and feminine without looking saccharine, luxurious materials make every single look special and unique.
In a man’s world, it’s not easy to start your own business when you are a woman. But Grace Paulino has proven that if you work hard, you can achieve anything you want.
Celebrated designer Erdem Moralioglu has scored another big win at the Canadian Arts & Fashion Awards.
The Canadian Arts & Fashion Awards — which honoured Iris Apfel, Erdem and BoF’s Imran Amed, among others — draws international attention to Canadian fashion visionaries working at home and abroad. But the organisation has bigger ambitions.
Canadian designers might be favourites of influential fashion plates like Kate Middleton, Michelle Obama and Jennifer Lopez, but the industry still has a way to go toward global recognition.
On Friday evening, a fashion summit meeting of sorts is taking place in Toronto, and big names will be in attendance