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Posted Jun 16, 2010 in Arts, Cool Shit

Coburn-Illustration

Tavis Coburn Illustration

Tavis Coburn is a paragon of pulp. His boldly coloured images teem with Cracker Jack aesthetics and the delightful flair of nostalgia. Oh, and apparently “Googling [him] reveals that more than a quarter million people think his work is awesome” (his words, natch). So who is this guy? Coburn is a Canadian illustrator. After graduating...

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Posted Jun 15, 2010 in For Both

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The Savior to Stanky Feet

As you know I have recently been hyping up boat and barefoot shoes as an alternative to sandals. However, I am the first to admit that it may sometimes create the very nasty problem of smelly feet, or even a solid case of athlete’s foot (guilty!). I have a pair of shoes that I have had to literally change the leather sole of because they...

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Posted Jun 14, 2010 in For Her

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Mark Fast

A couple weeks ago a teacher of mine introduced me to the work of a Winnipeg-born knitwear designer Mark Fast. After graduating from Central Saint Martins, Mark Fast has been making a name for himself with his stunning collections, launching his first line in Fall/Winter 2008. Recently he has been making headlines over the use of plus sized...

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Posted Jun 14, 2010 in For Her

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Off the Obakki Runway F/W 2010

With casual practicality and a desire for newness, Obakki offers many options for its customers this Fall/Winter 2010 season. Building on the subdued colour palette of military green and black from previous seasons, a range of grey tones dominated the collection with everything from slate to charcoal to dove. The essence of the mood was neutral...

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Posted Jun 13, 2010 in All Things Sex

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Missing you and our chocolate martinis…

I know I’m supposed to be sharing sexy stories, but this time I want to share a story about a sexy lady. An impeccably styled fashionista, cameras NEVER caught her off guard. Staying true to who she was, she always managed to fit into any situation and circumstance, while allowing others to be who they were. Never shy with the boys and never...

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Posted Jun 12, 2010 in Arts

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Inside Out, Cinematheque, Bloor, and more!

The 20th annual Inside Out Film Festival, and the first one I attended, is an interesting yet familiar experience for me. I consider myself as a person living in many worlds or cliques – the film geek world and the gay world. And at the Inside Out Film Festival, those two worlds intersect. I met the Michaels at the screening of the...

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