Guest Blog

Sean Brown #2

There is no doubt that this was a big year in music, R&B made a comeback, Rap became Pop, and everywhere you turned, someone was trying to channel their inner orange. There are a few hopeful artists that budded throughout the year, some of which, already have quite impressive accolades behind the scenes. This is a small list of artists on the cusp; artists I presume will become breakthrough stars within the next few hundred days. Time-bombs,  if you will…destined to blow. Cocaine …

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Sean Brown #1

Sean Brown is an artist. He works on a variety of projects (the Art of Reuse, photography, art direction, styling, etc.) that are all equally as breathtaking as the next. We chose him to be our next guest blogger in hopes that he would bring a little bit of beauty to a month that can often be a bit bleak: December. Check out his posts every Wednesday until the 19th and add his frequently updated blog to your roll. — If …

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Danielle Hession #4

These are a few of my favourite things…sing it with me! With Chrismukkah around the corner, I decided to list some Toronto-based treasures that would make great gifts or self-presents (depending on how good you were this year!) Lots of love and Happy Holidays xoxoxo 01. Boz Boards My buddy and fellow OCAD grad, Mike Boz is an amazing craftsman, designer and just all around adorable guy. Since this is not a dating site, go visit his website to check …

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Danielle Hession #3

I currently follow 581 people on Instagram. Most are absolute strangers, yet I seem to have a very intimate view into their lives. Finally, I have found a socially acceptable way to be an absolute creep (…cue evil laugh). I have always been a bit over-curious but I never thought snooping on this level would actually exist (legally). The majority of my Insta-stalking includes artists, designers and bloggers, although I find anyone can be a master photographer or creative genius …

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Danielle Hession #2

I fear the winter blah’s are creeping towards Toronto and it is always a challenge to find a warm and stylish coat that doesn’t turn you into a walking marshmallow. If you do not wish to wear the Canadian winter uniform, (rhymes with Canada Smoose) here are some great local alternatives. Stay warm kiddies xoxoxo. 01. Muttonhead’s Draw String Parka // Designed and produced in Toronto. You cannot get any more local than this. I love that Muttonhead’s collections are unisex.  …

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Danielle Hession #1

With just a few days left to visit Toronto’s Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, I thought it would be perfect timing to share my equine- related obsessions. I used to be heavily involved in the horsey world with training my two horses and competing in show jumping.  As it turns out, horseback riding is not the most economical sport. I’ve discovered that the cheapest way to get your horsey fill is to head to a horse show or buy something with …

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