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Canadian Designers: The challenge of making a name in Canada

Katrina Clarke | October 29, 2016 | Toronto Star When Marie-Eve Emond started designing clothes, she wanted her friends to actually be able to afford them. But that wasn’t easy. “I wanted to have the highest quality possible,” said the … Continue reading

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Refashioning Masculinity project offers a fresh model for gender equality

Katrina Clarke | May 21, 2016 | Toronto Star Montrealer Travis Martin had just gone though a breakup, escaped a bus crash that left him luggage-less en route to Toronto and he was feeling a nagging desire to explore his … Continue reading

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The women who embrace a uniform for the every day

Katrina Clarke | Feb. 20, 2016 | Toronto Star Natasha Koifman’s closet is a shrine to the dark side. “I don’t want to have to think about colours and think about clothing and dressing … every single morning,” says the … Continue reading

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‘Naked dress’ the latest trend for fashion-forward brides

Katrina Clarke | Jan. 9, 2016 | Toronto Star Sabrina Sgotto sashays toward a bridal shop mirror draped in lace and sheer white tulle. It circles her tiny frame, reveals the silhouette of her legs, plunges in the back and gives … Continue reading

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