Gorgeous in Gold

Thank you, Balmain, for forever creating lust-worthy collections, this season in particular with intricate, standout pieces. With the mega talented designer, Oliver Rousteing, recently being named as the French Design house’s forefront designer,… Continue reading

Cold Weather Hair Help

Although winter is just upon us, my fragile hair is already suffering. Blondes tend to have the most delicate hair, and I am definitely no exception. Breakage, dryness, thinning and lackluster locks are… Continue reading

I Dream in Gold… Or Bronze

Since moving in with my better half, I find myself letting him in on my beauty regime more and more, little by little. First, I fully exposed him to the extent of my… Continue reading

Dutch Blonde Tops TFW… LOVE!

I’m getting all caught up in Toronto Fashion Week and I love it! There are some incredibly skilled designers showing their spring/ summer collections all over the city, and I am proudly falling… Continue reading

Nailed It!

Ah, memory lane. I’m left reminiscing of times past every time I paint my nails. Perhaps because I have an uncanny (and useless) ability to rattle off exact collections, seasons and proper colour… Continue reading

(Wishfully) Packing it in in Packham

Although I hardly consider Paris Hilton a style icon, I recently had a moment of fashion déjà vu while scrolling through designer deals at a the champion of all discount sites, theoutnet.com. Admittedly,… Continue reading

Glamour Girls

Toronto’s shining a bit brighter these days, thanks to all the mega-watt stars gracing us with their presence for the film festival. As much as I love the glamour of all the red… Continue reading

Success is a Smell in the City

Um, Toronto smells bad. I got T.O. love, it’s nothing personal; generally, big cities just have a less than pleasing scent. Garbage, the lake, sewage (ew), cuisines from A-Z and almost three million… Continue reading

What Moves You?

As the boxes in my room (and landing, and foyer, and bathroom) mount and my moving day looms ever closer, I can’t help but wish there was an easier and more glamorous way… Continue reading

…And I’d Like to Thank The Academy!

All dramatic, teary on-screen speeches aside, I appreciate a praise-filled award acceptance almost as much as the dazzling gown that is sure to be worn by the said award accepter. Humbled by others… Continue reading