The show about nothing gave us SO MUCH, including unlikely style moments that feel relevant almost 30 years after the iconic sitcom premiered
The past 12 months have been a slog, depressing on so many levels, from the political to the personal and extending to the world at large. Minus the personal bright spot that was my wedding in April, I’m as ready as anyone else to put 2016 to bed, into which I would also like to crawl with a good book as the next 19 days pass by.
But the dawn of a new year promises a clean slate, a chance at renewal, rebirth, resetting; an opportunity to take stock and review as opposed to rehashing the same bad vibes. It’s fitting then that Pantone’s colour of the year for 2017 is Greenery, a hint at the environment, at “going green” and a hopeful symbol of moving forward with a fresh perspective.
Here at home we’re #blessed with some seriously talented designers, models, writers and photographers who have helped put Canadian style—in all its vastly different iterations—on the world stage. We chatted with 15 fresh-faced CAFA nominees about what’s next for Canadian art and fashion.
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A cross between a walking cast and a swim shoe, the Teva x Ugg creation is exactly how bad you think it’s going to be. Avert your eyes.
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Lululemon enlisted members of Team Canada’s beach volleyball team to help design their uniforms for Rio, aka the perfect bikini.
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This season, New York Fashion Week kicked off in a surprisingly sensational, self-deprecating manner with the world’s biggest fictional male model making his victory lap 15 years after he first confidently walked into our lives.
Ben Stiller is reprising his role as dim-witted and dashing Derek Zoolander for the much-anticipated sequel Zoolander 2, with Owen Wilson as fellow clueless hunk Hansel, Will Ferrell as the villainous Mugatu and newbies Kristen Wiig and Penelope Cruz as…other characters.
Instead of a staid red carpet premiere, the Zoolander 2 crew opted for a splashy, can’t-miss return and the publicity machine for the sequel, currently sitting at a 33% (un)fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, has been working overtime. We’re talking a surprise pop-in at the Valentino show last March, this month’s Vogue cover for Ben and Penelope, a hilarious edition of 73 Questions, Instagram walk-offs with Cara Delevingne and now a runway show with probably the world’s most sought-after non-Kardashian Millennial tastemaker and model, Gigi Hadid. Continue reading