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Zara pulling ‘Holocaust’ pyjama top

- August 27th, 2014

There will always be clothing items that make you question ‘who would wear that?’ And then there are clothes that beg the question ‘why even make it?’

Retailer Zara apologized to customers Wednesday after pulling a pyjama top that people said resembled the prison uniforms worn during the Holocaust. The blue and white striped kids’ top has a yellow star printed on the front. The brand said it was inspired by clothes in classic western films, and the word ‘sheriff’ can be seen on the star.

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Retailer Zara apologized and pulled this pajama top form shelves after people said it looked like prison uniforms worn during the Holocaust.

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Kiehl’s Rocks for Kids with Simple Plan

- August 26th, 2014

If you love your face, you know Kiehl’s Since 1851, also known as just Kiehl’s. And if you love rock music you know Simple Plan. Well now, the two have decided to collaborate in a charitable partnership to raise funds and helps kids with handicap or illness.

The brand makes my favourite line of skin products so I’m always excited to share news about their products and initiatives – this latest one happening this September.

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We tried it: Clarisonic Pedi Foot Transformation System

- August 18th, 2014

We may be tiptoeing towards the end of sandal season, but it doesn’t mean you should stop taking care of your feet.

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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.

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Limited Toronto Jimmy Choo bag sells out

- August 13th, 2014

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.

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Jimmy Choo’s limited edition Candy bag, created to celebrate their store opening at Yorkdale Shopping Centre. (Jimmy Choo)

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