Jeanne Beker – EDIT Holiday 2010

This past Thursday I attend the preview for EDIT’s Holiday pieces. Jeanne Beker of Fashion Television was present at the Queen st. location of The Bay to introduce the new pieces to media, fashion lovers, friends and family. The night started with the president and CEO of The Bay and a close friend of Jeanne, Bonnie Brooks, welcoming the guests and introducing the guest of … Continue reading Jeanne Beker – EDIT Holiday 2010

God Save the Queen Event – Designer Panel and Trunk Show

Solmaz attended the God Save the Queen Gala (click here for the post) and I attended the designer panel discussion and trunk show the next day at The Room at The Bay Queen Street Store. Unfortunately because of ever-present traffic on the highways, I was a bit delayed in reaching The Bay so I ended up being a little late to the event. (Sorry everyone…)

When I reached The Room the designer panel was well underway with the British designers and Leith Clark, the editor-in-chief of Lula Magazine. The discussion was focused on London Fashion and how they were influenced the city.

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L’Wren Scott SS2011 @ The Room

Thanks to The Bay’s The Room now Canadian fashion lovers are able to purchase their favorite pieces from one of the most sought-after designer/stylist in the business, L’Wren Scott. This week I attend an intimate gathering to meet L’Wren Scott and see her ss2011 collection at The Room. L’Wren Scott started her career in fashion at a very young age sewing clothes for herself. Being … Continue reading L’Wren Scott SS2011 @ The Room

Toronto Receives The British Invasion With Open Arms

On October 14th and 15th, The Bay held a two-day welcoming party to a group of talented British contemporary fashion designers Charlotte Olympia Dellal, Giles Deacon, Mark Fast, Erdem Moralioglu, Jonathan Saunders, Marios Schwab, and Nicholas Kirkwood. The first day of the “God Save the Queen” event started with an invite only gala held at The Room, which was transformed into a fashion gallery showcasing each designers work. The attendees at the event included socialites, fashion industry’s who’s who and media.

Interestingly, two of the “British” designers are in fact, Canadian, but they are based out of London. Designers Erdem Moralioglu and Mark Fast are two of the best examples of Canadian talent and I am glad that they are so well-known globally for their designs.

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