Daniel Longo may be colour-blind, but his art is come of the most vibrant you may see as of late. The Toronto-based artist has become known for his captivating work that draws influences from neo-expressionism, Los Angeles street art, and pop culture.
Toronto designer Lesley Hampton is not only making headlines for her red carpet-worthy creations, but also for the attention she’s attracting to important issues like mental health, body positivity, and inclusivity.
Earlier this month, Hampton wowed attendees of Toronto Women’s Fashion Week (TWFW) with a show that featured models cast on personality rather than physical appearance, bodies of all sizes, and a collection of clothing inspired by mental health struggles.
We recently caught up with the designer backstage.
Rebranding a company can be a scary undertaking, sometimes it’s unavoidable. Similar to people, companies are always evolving. Imagine if the e-mail on your business card was from your very first e-mail account. Can you imagine clients taking you seriously with an e-mail like hockeystar_14 or cutiepiex0x? Although you may still be a hockey star (or a cutie pie) you’ve evolved, matured, and looking to connect with others more professionally.
With the 1st Toronto Men’s Fashion Week just around the corner (Aug. 12-14th at The Fairmont Royal York Hotel), getting insight on the buzz was essential. The Editor-in-Chief of TOM* magazine, Danyl Geneciran was just the person to talk to. In our interview below he details what to get ready for and excited about at TOM*. In other words, expect great fashion, expect great surprises and expect great fashionable men!