Sure, leopard-print jackets have made an annual appearance this time of year for the past few decades, but this autumn is set to be less about retro faux fur (although it’s doubtful we’ll ever see this drop off completely) and more about sleek, grown-up finishes. VB made the case for heavier form-fitting fabrics with her standout chenille trench coat on the New York Fashion Week runway whilst Tom Ford offered up a puffer-inspired spin. Even Julia Restoin-Roitfeld sat front row in London wearing a flattened faux coat from House of Fluff.
Gucci. Burberry. Versace. Diane Von Furstenburg. Michael Kors. These are just a few of the designers who have announced in recent months that their labels will eschew the use of fur in all future designs. Coach is the latest brand to add their name
From Bite Beauty to MAC Cosmetics, Canada has produced some pretty big names in the beauty industry over the years. Their successes have inspired further crops of Canadian entrepreneurs to dream up their own ideas and we got to talk with four of the
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