Halloween Pt. V: Creepy Jewellery

The people of the 18th century were romantics. They didn’t go for beds strewn with rose petals or candelit dinners (probably because candle light was a necessity, not a kind of ambiance, back… Continue reading

Incoming: Metal Arts Guild 2067 – Crafting the Future

For their annual juried exhibition, the Metal Arts Guild of Canada has asked its members to look into their crystal balls and ponder what design will look like 60 years from now. The… Continue reading

It Came From Outer Space!

Yesterday I went a-thrifting in Leslieville with Jessica. We found too much goodness — a Liberty of London silk scarf, Victorian Pebble jewellery, a cute Uniqlo Kids winter coat — that we had… Continue reading

Toronto Fashion Week: Backstage Beauty at Jason Meyer

I was backstage at the Jason Meyers show yesterday, talking to Eddie Maleterre (Artistic Director, LG Fashion Week, Beauty by L’Oréal Paris) and Eric Del Monaco (Lead Hair Artist for Fashion Week). Interviews… Continue reading

Nanoo Na…No, is it That Late Already?

A character watch I found this weekend. And below, its original advertising. I just wanted to share. Photo below via My Retrospace.

Witch Heart? This Heart!

Last week I wrote about the Witch Ring that I found at St. Lawrence Market. Well, on Friday I found a Witches Heart (pictured above) whilst out and about with Tiffany. What makes… Continue reading

Thrift Club: Blanket Statement

It’s beginning to feel a lot like winter. Happily, I was able to find a nice wool point blanket at the Value Village. It’s gold, warm and — best of all — has… Continue reading

Witch Ring? This Ring!

I was up until 2am last night, trapped in a Google rabbit hole all because I was researching this ring. Apparently it’s called a witch ring because it does a magic trick. You… Continue reading

Ten Years Later

As some of you know, I used to work at the late, great Images — a magazine that was a gift with purchase at Shoppers Drug Mart, sort of like Glow is now.… Continue reading

Interview with a Photographer: Sarah Moon

Here’s an interview I did with British-born, French photographer Sarah Moon about ten years ago. Moon visited Toronto in spring 1999 to introduce a retrospective entitled Inventaire 1985-1999 at the Jane Corkin Gallery.… Continue reading

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