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Thu. Sep 24th, 2020

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Ever since the days of PE lessons at school, spraying cans of Impulse like they were going out of fashion in the changing rooms, (and trying not to give your weak-lunged classmates an asthma attack) we’ve been pretty obsessed with perfume. When it comes to smelling good, we all certainly have our favourites, but what […]... Read More
Earlier this month, the New Yorker’s online publication, The Cut, published a long-read essay by Natalie Beach, a relatively unheard of writer, about blogger Caroline Calloway. At a first glance the article may seem nothing out of the ordinary; a large online fashion publication commissioning a long read about a popular American blogger. After reading the piece, […]... Read More
Due to COVID-19, everyone has to practise social distancing which reduces human contact. But in fashion and art schools, human connection is paramount for collaborations, inspiring new ideas and learning from teachers and friends in practical. So, how does staying at home affect fashion students creating new content? _shift interviews three fashion students from University […]... Read More
In our Day in the Quarantine Life series, we're chatting with Canadians about their new normal, exploring how they organize their days and balance their home lives with work obligations. Here, Heather Ogden, principal dancer at the National Ballet of Canada (and previous Best Health cover girl!), shares how an average day of social distancing looks for her and her family.... Read More
In our Day in the Quarantine Life series, we’re chatting with Canadians about their new normal, exploring how they organize their days and balance their home lives with work obligations. Here, Christopher Charles, an anesthesia resident at Toronto’s Sunnybrook Hospital, shares what a day is like on the front lines of the Covid-19 outbreak.... Read More
In our Day in the Quarantine Life series, we’re chatting with Canadians about their new normal, exploring how they organize their days and balance their home lives with work obligations. Here, Meaghan Trudell, a kindergarten teacher in London, Ontario, shares how she prepares for taking her classroom online.... Read More
In our Day in the Quarantine Life series, we’re chatting with Canadians about their new normal, exploring how they organize their days and balance their home lives with work obligations. Here, Lisa Brookman, a psychotherapist in Montreal, shares how she does her job from home and what's troubling her clients during the pandemic.... Read More
In our Day in the Quarantine Life series, we’re chatting with Canadians about their new normal, exploring how they organize their days and balance their home lives with work obligations. Here, Hannah Alper, a 17-year-old student, activist and motivational speaker, shares how she’s adjusting to learning outside of the classroom.... Read More