That Fabulous Life of a Blogger

…NOT!!!  I’m no influencer.  I’m pretty much just some person from Toronto who runs a blog – just like hundreds of others in the city.  I don’t even get invitations to the so-called “coolest” parties.  I mostly apply for media… Continue Reading

J. Crew Phases Out Petites In Stores…Again

The other day, I trekked from my barre class at the King/University area to the Eaton Centre.  Whenever I’m at that mall, I make my usual stops, which often includes J. Crew.  After the December holiday season, I noticed that… Continue Reading

Old Fashioned, On Social Media

Recently, I’ve found myself unfollowing many of my social media friends.  I’m technically still “friends” with them on Facebook, but I’ve just eliminated them from popping up on my feed.  It’s just that I can’t stand their perspective anymore –… Continue Reading

Fashion Week….Burn Out?

Fashion Week, Toronto Fashion Week

Toronto Fashion Week starts next Monday.  Yes, it’s now “officially” called Toronto Fashion Week.   I’m looking forward to the Fall/Winter 2016 shows.  Kind of.  I don’t know.  Many of my favourites are back (though Pink Tartan is NOT showing for… Continue Reading

Love To Take Pics of What You Eat? Introducing FoodShootr

A new foodie app has landed on iOS.  Toronto-based FoodShootr, launched only on February 11, features not only a built-in camera, but also filters (like Instagram), allows phonographers to snap, edit and share not only delicious pictures they’re dining on… Continue Reading

New York Fashion Week Catch-Up: Marissa Webb, Rebecca Minkoff and Trina Turk

It’s been a very busy schedule over the past few days with meetings and seminars, so I’m finally beginning to catch up with the goings on with New York Fashion Week thanks to modern technology and communications.  With shows not… Continue Reading

On Stores, Shopping, Social Media and Customer Content

Over the past few years, bloggers have been very influential for many shoppers, especially if said blogger is a similar size.  Many stores have embraced online comments (Anthropologie, the US Gap Inc. sites (now when will the Canadian sites add… Continue Reading