A musing on the necessity of the responsible representation within the fashion industry. Continue reading DTMH: A Musing on Responsible Representation
Do we truly understand how to interact with others? What is the impact of our conversations? Continue reading The Art of Conversation
JONATHAN NG In today’s society, the terms “fashion” and “style” are used interchangeably. Calling another individual fashionable or stylish conveys a near-identical compliment: that they are well-dressed. However, I believe that there is a clear distinction that adherents of sartorial excellence should be aware of. While stylish dressers often make use of fashion to enhance their outfits, the trend-setters in fashion do not always exude … Continue reading Fashion. Not Synonymous With Style.
If you Google “Best Dressed CEOs” the first 40 photos that appear are strictly of men. Continue reading “Behind Every Executive Title is a Fashionable Woman”
Living in Canada in 2017 means that, although our country isn’t being led by a man who spends most of his time angrily spewing his egocentrism, lies, and hatred to the world through his twitter account, our next door neighbours are. Continue reading “Power, Love, and the Importance of Understanding Intersectional Feminism: Reflecting on The Women’s March”
With her stunning looks and mysterious ways, the femme fatale makes for an intriguing character in the film noirs of 1940s and ‘50s-era American cinema. Continue reading “An Unusual Source of Female Empowerment…”
TAYLOR SCOTT I’ve never really been one to make New Year’s Resolutions, or follow through with them if I did. I’d like to believe that I am the type of person who sets goals avidly and fixes things in my life when they need fixing, but sometimes denial or procrastination can get in the way. When the New Year begins, it doesn’t usually feel like … Continue reading 2017 “Resolutions”
Another year has gone by and of course, all of us will reflect on what we want to achieve and improve on for 2017. Every year I tell myself, it’s time to get it together Continue reading “Another New Year, But What’s New?”
LEENA PATEL Every year around this time, the malls are bustling with huge crowds scrambling to find last minute Christmas gifts for their family and friends. And every year around this time, I avoid the malls at all costs. Yes, I still do my Christmas shopping, but I tend to have it all finished before December even begins. The busy stores, the messy shelves, and … Continue reading A Note on Boxing Day
When you have people from all over the world coming to Canada, there is always the question: Do you like it in Canada? What do you think is different from your country?