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Travelling just got more colourful thanks to Louis Vuitton Colormania
Nothing is quite as covetable as a Louis Vuitton travel trunk, thanks to its timeless leather structure and iconic monogram print. Nine times out of 10, heads do turn. But if you’re a maximalist, Louis Vuitton has reimagined its travel wares in seven flashy shades that are ideal for mixing, matching and creating a travel aesthetic that’s true to you. Enter, Colormania.
From the Horizon cabin luggage and Keepall travel bag to the Christopher backpack and passport covers (and more!), the emblematic Monogram Macassar is now finished with trimmings crafted in red, orange, yellow, green, blue, pink and purple leather. If you want to go all out, a handful of these goods are also available in solid hues (pictured above).
Roots collaborates with Hong Kong-based label Clot
“Go Outside, You’ll Be Glad,” isn’t just a polite way to tell someone to touch grass. It’s the name of Roots’ latest collaboration with Hong Kong-based streetwear label Clot, and it’s making us want to go outside.
The collection, which is available now, was co-designed by Clot’s founder and Vancouver native Edison Chen, and aims to inspire wearers to connect with the outdoors — whether it’s the scenic landscapes of Canada or on the streets of bustling Hong Kong.
Featuring high-quality embroidery and a limited-edition log-inspired Roots x Clot logo, each piece of the capsule has been handcrafted in Canada at the Roots Toronto factory.
Maguire opens its new store in Toronto
Maguire is celebrating their new Toronto home. The sought-after Canadian shoe label has relocated its Toronto store to the vibrant Queen Street West, a cultural epicentre adored by city folks and out-of-towners alike.
Originally hailing from Montreal, Maguire has fittingly partnered with Montreal-based interior designer Catherine Catherine to design a space that draws inspiration from the concept of homelike comfort. Expect to find surprising colour combinations and a lively spirit, welcoming you in for a unique and cozy shopping experience.
Jenny Bird and Favorite Daughter collaborate
If there’s one thing you can always count on, it’s the allure of hoop earrings. They bring outfits together with the snap of a clasp. And they can withstand the test of time and fleeting trends. Surely that’s the sentiment of the new Jenny Bird x Favorite Daughter Essential Stack.
Both interested in core wardrobe curation, beloved Toronto jeweller Jenny Bird and womenswear label Favorite Daughter have come together to design a chic curated kit of ear embellishments, with two box sets (one silver, one gold) featuring a pair of hoops and a hand-sculpted ear cuff. Shop the limited-edition sets at jenny-bird.com and shopfavoritedaughter.com.
Uno and Province of Canada team up for game night
Game night just got a whole lot cozier, thanks to Province of Canada and Uno, who have collaborated on some pretty iconic sweatsuits. Drawing inspiration from the original Uno card deck from the 1970s, the red and black colourways of this 19-piece capsule spark nostalgia and fun.
Mark your calendars: You’ll be able to get your hands on these limited-edition wares as of November 16 on provinceofcanada.com. Plus, with every purchase from the collection — which is designed and manufactured in Canada — Province of Canada is gifting a free mini Uno deck. Score!
Joe Fresh and Roxy Earle release a holiday capsule
Roxy Earle is back at it again with her fourth Joe Fresh collection. Replete with glitzy garments including dresses, tops and bottoms, plus statement footwear and accessories, the A Very Roxy Holiday collection sets the tone for all your festive plans this season.
What’s more, the collection features swimwear pieces, just in case your winter break plans involve a plane ticket south.
Toronto Fashion Incubator opens a holiday pop-up
Toronto Fashion Incubator has made it easy for you to shop local this holiday season. The non-profit organization is hosting a pop-up gifting market within Yorkville Village Shopping Centre on November 9 and 10 (so hurry!), featuring goods from 14 Canadian fashion and jewellery designers.
Whether you’re looking for a luxe knit sweater (Amanda Maria has got you covered) or a minimalist bag for your quiet luxury-loving friend (might we suggest Enya Mond), TFI’s holiday pop-up has something for everyone on your list.
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