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Hello, you crazy cats and kittens! In just the first ten days alone 34 million people across the globe enjoyed watching Joe Exotic’s and Carole Baskin’s explosive feud, which means it is no surprise that the show has made its way into the fashion industry. Despite the rather interesting taste of those featured on the […]... 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
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
With the amount of offensive, appropriating, and generally problematic Halloween costumes that have gone viral of popular culture over the last decade or so, it’s time to bring some more uplifting, empowering, and positive characters to the forefront. While writing this blog, we didn't see the lockdown or social-distancing was coming. But still, these costumes are not just about Halloween, they are about empowerment. It is never a wrong timing to get them.... Read More