We may be tiptoeing towards the end of sandal season, but it doesn’t mean you should stop taking care of your feet.
We tried the Clarisonic Pedi Foot Transformation System at the Four Season Hotel Spa in Toronto recently.
Clarisonic, well-known for their facial sonic technology, is introduction the Clarisonic Pedi Foot Transformation System. We recently were treated to a pedicure using the new tool and learned some tips from Mala Seecharan, business development and retail education manager for Clarisonic.
Pop quiz: Could there be any back to school products more flawless than Beyonce’s bundle?
Beyonce’s back to school bundle. (Beyonce.com)
Correct answer? No.
When it comes to style, something unique and exclusive is always fashionable.
It’s why sneakerheads line up for new kicks, or fashionistas camp outside of stores for designer brand collaborations (H&M anyone?). So it’s no wonder that a limited edition Jimmy Choo bag designed for the brand’s Toronto store opening sold out in three days – even if it costs $1,095.
Jimmy Choo’s limited edition Candy bag, created to celebrate their store opening at Yorkdale Shopping Centre. (Jimmy Choo)
Fashion editorials are known just as much for the beauty and creativity as for the controversy they sometimes stir. Case in point: Photographer Raj Shetye’s “The Wrong Turn” photo spread.
In the series of photos, a young, well-dressed woman is on a bus being grabbed by men. There is even a photo of the woman lying on the floor of the bus and a man’s bare legs standing on either side of her.
“The Wrong Turn” by photographer Raj Shetye is causing a stir. (Raj Shetye/behance.net via BuzzFeed)
The photos don’t scream creativity; they almost want to make you scream, and it seems we’re not the only ones who feel this way as people have spoken out against the photos as it is eerily similar to a gang rape of a 23-year-old woman on a bus in New Delhi in December 2012.
A British art student is putting a spotlight on what really lies beneath female underwear. She’s designed anatomically correct – and labelled – panties and bras.
Eleanor Beth Haswell, created this anatomically labelled underwear as part of a project called “Why are you so afraid of your own anatomy?” (http://ellehaswellart.tumblr.com)