TIFF announces Bulgari as major sponsor

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The Italian fashion house will bring sophisticated design and glamor to the 47th edition of the film festival.

Bulgari is the official jewelry partner of TIFF

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Historic Italian luxury brand Bulgari has officially signed on as major sponsor of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), one of the most prestigious events in the world. Over the years, Bulgari jewelry has been immortalized in more than 40 films, and now the label will further strengthen its film ties with an exciting line-up of programs throughout the year for the 47th edition of TIFF. Additionally, from September 8-18 this year, the acclaimed fashion house will host a high-profile portrait studio for festival-goers and support the fourth annual TIFF Tribute Awards fundraising gala at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel on September 11. September 2022.

Boss announces new podcast series

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If you’re looking for something new to listen to this season, queue up Boss. His new podcast series, behind the boss dives into the lives of extraordinary artists, creators and athletes like Law Roach, Cathy Hackl and Anthony Joshua, alongside host Raven Smith. Log in to uncover the bumps in the road and the victories that made each of them the boss they are today.

Paris Joailliers honors Asian Heritage Month

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Canadian-Vietnamese sister company Paris Jewelers has just launched its limited-edition Asian Heritage lotus necklace. Handcrafted in solid 10k gold with a genuine, ethically sourced diamond, it effortlessly exudes the symbolism of the lotus: optimism for the future, overcoming darkness, growing in muddy waters and remarkable beauty. The brand will donate 100% of net proceeds to the Asian-Canadian Solidarity Fund and Stop AAPI Hate.

Ellie Mae and Flowershop by Wolf & Moon are hosting a pop-up for Mother’s Day

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This weekend in Toronto, Ellie Mae is teaming up with Flowershop by Wolf & Moon to host a three-day one-stop shop where you can select the perfect Mother’s Day gift. From lush floral bouquets to pieces from the Ellie Mae Spring/Summer 2022 collection, there’s sure to be something special for everyone. Additionally, the Sam James Coffee Bar will be located on-site, serving the Ellie Mae VW Bus.

Kotn opens store in Vancouver

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This week, Kotn announced the official opening of its new brick-and-mortar store in Vancouver. The 1,450 square foot store, perched on Mount Pleasant, is rooted in the principles of timeless design and community, and incorporates many unique design elements that nod to the Kotn’s Egyptian origin. As a Certified B-Corp, Kotn is committed to building stores with a positive impact – they even bought most of their retail furniture used!

Handsome Backpacks Abound in Herschel’s New Designer Collab

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Canadian-born mother, rule breaker and artist Miriam Schapiro is the latest to feature in Herschel’s Nova Art Project, a series of product partnerships with female artists that sends proceeds from sales to support women in the arts program. ArtTable scholarships. Featuring two of Schapiro’s artworks, Pandora’s box (1983) and The beauty of summer (1973–74), these two backpacks are nothing short of a statement.

Gucci releases latest issue of Chime Zine

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Gucci and its long-running global gender equality campaign Chime for Change have launched the latest issue of Chime Zine this week. It features a curated collection of works by contributors Elisa Manici, Assa Traoré, Eno Pei-Jean Chen, Kira Wei-Hsin Jacobson, Isabel Mavrides-Calderón and more. Gender, disability, sexuality and racial injustice are just some of the thundering topics that are highlighted in this issue, available digitally on Gucci Equilibrium, and which will be available in print later this month. -this.

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