Today was the first official day of Toronto LG Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2011. Being a newbie at this whole fashion week business, I was super excited to attend all the shows and get as many pictures as I could. Lucky for me I managed to score a few front row sits for the first few shows and I that just made it all so … Continue reading Toronto LGFW SS2011 – Day 1
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.
Eunji and I are super excited for the LG Toronto Fashion Week this year because it’s going to be our first one and we have no idea what to expect from it all. One thing we are most definitely sure of is that it’s going to be a hell of a show and it all begins on Monday. sa Continue reading LG Toronto Fashion Week Schedule
I managed to check out a couple of restaurants for Summerlicious with some mixed results. I like trying different places during Summerlicious and Winterlicious since it allows me to try new places without any expectations or commitment – this way I know which restaurants to come back to, whether it be a special occasion or a night out with the girls. I’ve discovered quite a few restaurants this way. No matter how busy a restaurant is during these events, it’s really easy to tell which places are still holding up their standards and which ones just are just sub par. A great restaurant will never have terrible food or service during the “-licious” events even if it isn’t their best work. Besides, I always cut them some slack when I try places this way.
The first restaurant I tried was The Roosevelt Room. I didn’t manage to take pictures of the decor but it was kind of dark and plain. I know that it’s a “supper club” concept but even for a club it was pretty shabby. For a place that it supposed to be art deco and glamorous 20s themed it was sorely lacking in style.
As a starter I had the Sweet Pea and Cheddar Risotto.
Happy Canada Day everyone! I hope you all have great plans for the holiday. I’m going to laze about and enjoy my day off since I’m back the office tomorrow. Hopefully the weather will be warm and I can be a patio bum today. I know there’s lot to do with a variety of events going on around Toronto. Check out the City of Toronto Special Events Calendar fo Canada Day … Continue reading Happy Canada Day!