The third instalment of The Gentlemen’s Expo is being held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on September 25th to 27th and I am lucky enough to partner with Gentlemen’s Expo to giveaway 5 pairs of single day passes to this awesome event.
The 3 day event showcases everything a gentleman OR a gentlewoman needs under one roof; food, art, music, fashion, sports and more. This is a great opportunity to pickup new idea about what to serve, wear and talk about at your next party or to spend a day with friends at the Expo’s Sportsnet Central Lounge watching a game and having a drink with Ken Reid and Marcus Stroman! Did I mention DMC of Run DMC will be at the expo among other guests and he will be performing??!!
To find out how You can win one of these 5 pairs of passes, log on to my Instagram account (HERE!)
The contest is running from September 20th to September 23rd at 5pm and the winners posted and contacted on September 24th.
On Tuesday May 6th, the Council of Nordic Ministers held an exclusive event at The Spoke Club to introduce the Toronto media to the Nordic culture through workshops discussing Nordic architecture, cuisine, design and fashion. Continue reading →
Over this past long weekend I visited This is Not A Toy exhibit at Design Exchange in downtown Toronto. This Is Not A Toy is an exhibit of contemporary art and collectible designs all brought together by curators John Wee Tom, Sara Nickleson and Pharrell Williams. Yes, THAT Pharrell! I’ve been talking about going to this exhibit since last December when I found out about it and I was very excited to see all the beautiful “adult toys” that I have learned to love from a long time ago under one roof. The exhibit is a collection of works from many famous artists in this genre. Amongst them are: KAWS, Takashi Murakami, Coarse, Huck Gee, DOMA, Misaki Kawai, Frank Kozik, Kidrobot, Yoshitomo Nara and MediCom Toy. Even though the exhibit came across as small in space but there was so many little works of art packed in this space. Walls after walls of Dunny series, glass displays filled with pieces after pieces of vinyl designs. There were a lot of things to look at, I walked around the exhibit a few times and each time I found new pieces that I had have missed before. Continue reading →