Yayoi Kusama’s much-anticipated “Infinity Mirrors” exhibit at Toronto’s Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is one of the hottest tickets in town – and trust us when we tell you that it’s about to saturate your social media feed.
In addition to the ample networking opportunities, the photo ops, and the design inspo (the last two of which are naturally synonymous), Toronto’s annual Interior Design Show (IDS) offered a harsh dose of reality that my place isn’t as great as it could be.
MEC wants Canadians to get outside this summer – and is making it easier than ever to do so (to the point where, really, you have no excuses).
The country’s longtime go-to spot for outdoor gear and inspiration kicked off summer with the launch of www.goodtimesoutside.ca, a new website that inspires and enables users to get outside. Helping your fresh air cause, it sorts activities by vibe, ability, location and duration.
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.
We told you it was going to be the party of the season (we also told you not to book any morning meetings the next day, so hopefully that worked out for you).
In all of its visually stimulating, alternate reality-filled glory, Power Ball XIX: Stereo Vision presented by Max Mara definitely didn’t disappoint.