IDS 2015 VIP Party: Unique Home Items, Delicious Food and More!

January 22 was the VIP party for this year’s Interior Design Show.  It was, as usual, an amazing event, where guests were able to see all of the booths before “public” viewing on Saturday, such as modern creations at Studio… Continue Reading

Preppy, Vintage Floral Looks at Michael Kors

Mad Men may be ending in 2015, but it hasn’t stopped Michael Kors from taking us back in time.  And we aren’t going to 1969, either.  Instead, we are being taken back to the earliest seasons, to when Don and… Continue Reading

Furniture, Photography and Vintage Chic at Love the Design

Furniture boutique and gallery, Love the Design, celebrated its first anniversary in the Leslieville area with a party filled with street style food (lobster rolls and tacos as well as poutine, all courtesy of Rock Lobster Food Co., a signature… Continue Reading

The Scrapbook of Frankie Pratt: A Picture Book for Grown-ups

Graphic novels have been popular over the last few years, but Caroline Preston’s newest book,  , takes it to a whole new level.   Set in the 1920s and told in “scrapbook form” – with vintage pictures from the period and… Continue Reading

Vintage Shopping at Peacock Parade: Chanel Skirt

Over the past few weeks, I’ve received a lot of information from Peacock Parade, Canada’s newest flash sale site.  A few days ago, I decided to try it out for the first time and took advantage of their vintage Chanel… Continue Reading

Future Possibilities for Kids – a Charity that truly changes lives

The Future Possibilities for Kids (FPK) Annual Fundraiser Event is truly like no other.  From the original event title – “Travelling Midway of Curiosities and Delights” – to the uber casual and truly welcoming ambience – to the array of… Continue Reading

Webitor’s Pick from Her Bookshelf: Let’s Bring Back

Recently, I had the opportunity to attend The Society Toronto’s event at The Bay’s White Space on Queen Street (you can read about it here).  The event featured Lesley M. M. Blume’s book of the same name, based on her… Continue Reading

Furniture Made from Junk: Would You or Wouldn’t You?

During the Interior Design Show which ran at the Metro Convention Centre this past weekend, I came across Metropolis Living, a store out in the Junction area which sells furniture and home decor items made from material previously used for… Continue Reading