Mismatched earrings is the trend to look out for.
Last year’s Insta-edgy mono earring look is updated for Fall Winter 2015. Last season was all about dressing up one earlobe with one statement earring. Now, for Fall Winter 2015, it’s about contrasting pairs whether from Celine or H&M. Or Mix and match from your own earrings as you please.
Here’s how you how to work this Fall Winter 2015 trend. You can either colour-coordinate different studs, or go by the shape. Or better still, mix earrings in varying shapes, sizes and colours if you have multiple piercings. Size and style don’t matter. Remember: The beauty is in the irregularity!
Stormy weather is no match for Colors of California’s wellies. Inspired by classic biker boots, Colors of California ‘Biker Zip’ rubber booties are here in all-weather moto style.
Don’t be fooled by the brand name these are not from California, rather Italian designs. In the sweltering heat in Porto Montenegro (trip review coming) one of the best things to do in the late afternoon was to escape into the cute ‘air conditioned’ shops – and while my travel mate was scoring deals on cute little sandals on sale my eyes landed on rubber boots. Ok, but really, really awesome ones.
Café Boulud Toronto‘s new décor immediately makes a statement that things are new and improved at the Four Seasons Yorkville. The tired 90’s boardroom feeling is now replaced by transporting you into a modern French brasserie.
During our lunch Serena Williams was also giving the new Café Boulud at test drive. Must have been the perfect morning palette boost after the late night, grand opening of Drake’s new restaurant, Fring’s. And apparently Christopher Walken and I share the same taste in Cavatelli Ricotta (a fave of his during TIFF).
Tired of noshing on TIFF canapés and champers (and popcorn)?
The Toronto Food & Wine Festival is the perfect fix for that from Sept 18 – 20, 2015. The yummy (in more ways than one) Curtis Stone, Adrian Forte, Daniel Boulud, Vittorio Colaciti, and other celebrity chefs will be joined by the Wine Guy, Anthony Giglio.
To cover all three days at the Grand Tasting Pavilion will require pants to a notch looser. That’s ok you’ll burn them off during your foodie adventure wandering the aisles of Evergreen Brickworks.
And if your food thing is Tequila & Tacos – don’t miss the electric closing festival party at El Catrin.
Grab your tickets, see you there. I’ll be the one with wine in one had, bellini gelato in the other.
Are you looking for an alternative to the soulless sugar-coated banality of the average family day out?
The graffiti artist Banksy has unveiled his latest exhibit: a post-apocalyptic anti-theme park called “Dismaland,” featuring his anti-consumerism and anti-corporate messages art and similar works by about 60 other artists.
Dismaland sits on the 2.5 acre site of the Tropicana lido, is the witty artist’s first “bemusement” park packed full of subversive artworks. In the statement on the council’s website Banksy said, “I loved the Tropicana as a kid, so getting to throw these doors open again is a real honour.”