On November 6th, 2017, Best of Toronto was invited to dine at the launch of June’s – the first HIV+ Eatery pop-up in the world.
When it comes to healthcare facilities, design is just as important as the services offered within their walls.
This point was driven home at Recovery Brunch, a cocktail, breakfast and photo-op-filled affair held within Momofuko and on its breezy Daisho terrace. Think, the ultimate Sunday funday, complete with a DJ, auction items and mimosas and Bloody Caesars – all for a good cause.
To kick off the month of April, we hit Palais Royale Ballroom on April 1 for the sixth annual Memory Ball.
Organized by the Alzheimer Society of Toronto’s Young Leadership Committee – an organization that is dedicated to the education of young Canadians on dementia – the event unites young professionals, community leaders and local philanthropists to raise money for the cause.
Creative food stations, Instagram-worthy art at every turn, a breezy lakeside party and live performances – you’ll find it all at Power Ball XIX: Stereo Vision, complete with a dress code that invites no shortage of talking points.
On Saturday March 4th, the Chinese Cabinet at the SickKids Foundation marked its 4th annual Glitter event in support of the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. This year’s theme was ‘Glitter in Shanghai’ that brought back to life the allure and eccentricities of Shanghai of the 1920’s. Guests wore glamorous Chinese qipaos which evolved from traditional garb to modern classical lines. The venue, Arcadian Court was decorated in similar style that hinted at the romanticized period.
It’s no surprise that the Motionball Toronto Gala is one of our favorite Charity events in the city’s vibrant social scene. There’s a certain sense of grandeur and elegance that the organization has been able to consistently deliver year after year. Old Hollywood glamour was 2017’s theme and with the Historical Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex as the stage, flowing red carpets, and endless flowing libations, it’s difficult for attendees to not feel like a star.