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#Trending In Canada: Double-Breasted Blazers

If you thought winter was on its way out, think again. The snow is still falling, the rain is still pouring, and the wind is still blasting. So, while we...

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#Trending In Canada: The Paper Bag Trouser

The shift in women’s streetwear wear over recent months has reflected exactly how far we’ve come from the super tight, body-sculpting silhouettes...

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#Trending In Canada: The Mini Bag

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably been acquainted with the mini bag accessory trend that’s more than likely taking over...

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January’s Letter From The Editor: New Year, Updated Us

January; a fresh start in our personal lives and for the team here at STYLE Canada. You may have noticed that over the last few weeks, more and more of the...

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Toronto’s Ashley Barby On Founding FashionTech, Merging Industries, And How She Does It All

Being young and trying to make your way into the fashion industry can be tough. We’ve been there. So, on Wednesday, January 22, we’re partnering...

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#Trending In Canada: 2020’s Leather Jacket

Move over, biker jacket babes! Get ready to feast your eyes on this year’s most enviable outerwear trend: *pleather* jacket à la 2020. From trenches to...

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The End Of Ownership: A Talk About Sustainability With The Upside’s Lauryn Vaughn

When I spoke to Lauryn Vaughn for the first time, she was just five weeks out from re-launching her nearly four-year-old consignment platform, The Upside. As...

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Montreal: Mode & Design Festival

Festival Mode & Design is probably one of the biggest Montreal events that celebrates Montreal fashion, local talents and creativity. A must-see this year!...

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A Conversation with Aston: Fashion, Force, Form

We sit down with Torontonian Aston and discuss what style means to him. STYLE.CA (@style_canada) Featuring: Aston (@astonsauce) Directed & Edited by:...

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Men’s Market Week

After seeing it marketed all over social media, I had to check out Men’s Market earlier this month at District 28. I had a lovely time eating oysters,...

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