Tag: luxury

Celebrating TIFF at Yorkville Village hosted by Re:Luxe with a fashion show and some luxury artistic furniture by Troy Smith Designs. Relaxing with a drink in hand, food, music, cars and art during the busy Toronto International Film Festival.

Square One Shopping Centre celebrated a preview of its Spring Summer 2016 campaign on February 24th, 2016 in advance of the anticipated opening of its luxury wing with special guests:  actress, director and stylist,  Drena De Niro (daughter of Robert De Niro),  actress Diahnne Abbott, and photographer David Drebin. The complete unveiling of the Square One SS16 campaign and opening of the Square One Luxury Wing will be held on March 1st, 2016.

We were happy to photograph the preview.

The launch of Autostrada Forum Magazine was filled with spectacular exotic and classic cars, motorcycles and a helicopter.

Britain’s renowned luxury lingerie brand, Agent Provocateur, is now available in a new boutique at Toronto’s Holt Renfrew on Bloor Street. Located on the 3rd floor of the luxury retail store, the concession follows classic 1970s Agent Provocateur style with luxurious wool carpets, silk crepe curtains and bespoke wallpaper made specially for the boutique to create a tantalizing, intimate space. Agent Provocateur collections available for sale at Holt Renfrew include the Main Collection, Classics, Bridal, Swim, Hosiery, Accessories and Beauty…


Sharp Magazine threw another great fashionable soiree, this time for their Book for Men Fall Winter 2013 issue at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel. Many agreed it was their best yet. Highlights included: Great food including roast suckling pig with all the toppings Liquor and cocktail booths by Don Julio, Tanqueray, Macallan, Peroni Shoe shines by Penny Loafers Men’s and women’s hair styling Custom pocket squares by Garrison Bespoke Fine watches by Bandiera Jewellers Great swag bags from what I’ve seen From…

The Fifteen Hundred executive suite

The centrally located One King West at the prestigious intersection of King and Yonge stands as a designated Ontario Heritage Building. At the time of its construction in 1914 it was one of the tallest buildings in Toronto at 12 storeys tall. And then in 2006 it reopened as a hotel and condominium residence with 51 storeys and over 300 suites. Last week One King West unveiled their new executive hospitality suite, the Fifteen Hundred on the 15th floor. As…