Estée Lauder Puts Women's Best Faces Forward!

  Estée Lauder is hosting a series of social networking related events across the country, with the most recent one held in Toronto at the Holt Renfrew store on Bloor Street.  Participants get a complete make-over by a make-up artist, and then a professional photographer will take their picture for uploading on social networking sites […]

Laura Vandervoort: How My Girl influenced her career

Canadian actor, Laura Vandervoort has been acting since she was 13 years old.  Born in Toronto, Laura was bitten by the acting bug when she saw the early 1990s movie, My Girl.  Laura has since worked on a variety of projects, including Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Instant Star as well as Smallville […]

Julie Daniluk: Health Guru, Television Host, Photographer and more!

Nutritionist Julie Daniluk’s new television show, Healthy Gourmet (premiered on July 4 and airs Saturdays at 7:30 on VIVA (repeats Sundays at the same time)) has always had an interest in health.  Growing up, she had food intolerances, and her mother removed food items with artificial additives from her diet.  This meant that Julie often […]

Bet Your Bottom Dollar – Style on a Budget

Brittany Curran  No need to spend a lot of money shopping in order to be stylish! Bewitched by the world of romantic glamour, I pine over outfits like Natalie Portman’s rich plum-magenta Lanvin cocktail dress worn at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival. The ruffled lining and billowy chest, which she so sweetly paired with classic […]

Toronto Alternative Arts and Fashion Week – April 21 to April 24

Toronto Alternative Arts and Fashion Week starts on Tuesday, April 21 and runs until Friday, April 24  at the Fermenting Cellar at the Distillery District.  The four day event celebrates and showcases innovative artists (including sculptors, photographers, musicians and designers) who “push forward and redefine our perception of the fashion [and arts] phenomenon.”  Designer: KIrsty McKenzie – […]

Until April 18: U of T Visual Studies Students Show a Multi-Genre Exhibit of Work

Cynthia Cheng Students from the Visual Studies thesis class For What Is Not Said, the University of Toronto Visual Art Department’s Thesis Class presentation opened this past Thursday evening at the Connaught Building at 1 Spadina Crescent.  It features works by the 10 students in the Visual Studies thesis class which range from paintings to calligraphy […]