Over the past decade, street style has become just as influential as the looks on the runway -grabbing the attention of major publications like Vogue and the New York Times. While many focus on the photos in front of them for inspiration, sometimes the man behind the camera is just as stylish.
It seems rappers these days love using the stage to to hype up or their upcoming consumer products projects. A month ago Kanye preached at length to his New York fans as why he was leaving Nike and heading over to Adidas. On sneaker blogs and forums there were far off rumours that hometown hero Drake would be next to work with Nike. Yesterday he let his Portland...
Trend Trunk is an up and coming e-commerce site like no other. They’re a Toronto based website that provides a platform for consumers to cash in on their closets and shop other’s wardrobes for less - something rarely seen in the online shopping world. With television appearances and shout outs on Cityline & the Marilyn Denis Show, there’s been so much buzz about Trend Trunk that the StyleDemocracy team just had to find out more!
You probably remember when we reported about the owner of Lululemon, Chip Wilson, stirring controversy about plus sizes and his apology for the offensive statements he made. Well, it seems as if a Lululemon in Maryland is bringing back bad memories with a holiday window display.
With the cold weather rushing in it's hard to see the upside to Canada's four seasons. While some women pack away their favourite mini skirts and dresses, I say rejoice in the fact that we can now accessorize them with knee highs, patterned tights and stylish hosiery!
Our friends at Retail- Insider are reporting that Saks Fifth Avenue will build its Canadian flagship at 44 Bloor Street West in Toronto replacing the 342,000 square foot Hudson's Bay store. Apparently, the new store will cost an estimate $100 million to build, and will be the second-largest Saks Fifth Avenue in the world...
I've been going to the Eaton Centre ever since I was in elementary school, so you could say I'm pretty much an Eaton Centre vet, but with new stores popping up every few months and huge structural changes, like the new food court, it's easy to get lost, miss out on a promotion or even your favourite store.
When you meet a guy with the last name Panda, it’s almost hard not to ask him if that’s his real name. Meet Jeremy Panda, a musician, pool shark, former serial kiosk owner, and an ambitious garment enthusiast. And yes, it's his real name.