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YPStyle: Week of April 27, 2012

YPStyle: Week of April 27, 2012

Nadine Green - 24 years old (above)Occupation: Senior Talent Coordinator for television production companyStyle Inspiration: Blogs - The Blonde Salad, Style Stalker, Black CollarFave Designer: Michael Kors  Ally Abofs - 26 years oldOccupation: Works at Robert Gage Salon and in school for...
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Boutique Street: DEW

We don't usually venture uptown to go shopping, but Dew in Leaside has managed to capture our attention. Launched five years ago by Ryerson fashion design grad Darci MacPhee, this small boutique has everything to keep you stylishly covered for any occasion
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There's No Better Week Than Fashion Week

For those in the fashion industry, it goes without saying that fashion week is easily the most exciting part of the year. Toronto just kicked off the 7th annual Arts and Fashion Week yesterday with a variety of engaging and incredibly exciting elements to showcase our city's diverse creativity and artistic expression
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Top 20 Trends for Fall 2012

Spring has just started but the fashion world always looks two seasons ahead. With fashion week season coming to an end, our style expert Hannah Yakobi talks about the top trends you should be shopping this fall
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The Day a New Dior Was Born

Following Raf Simons' appointment as the Artistic Director of Dior, our fashion expert Hannah Yakobi talks about the concept of branding and what this new appointment may mean for the style powerhouse
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YEDaily: Gail McInnes

Gail McInnes is the founder of Magnet Creative Management, a PR agency that develops entire practical strategic plans that cover everything from branding to social media for each of their very happy clients in today’s YEDaily
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The Twitter Revolution: Fashion, Controversy and More

Twitter, and social media in general, has revolutionized the way we pretty much do anything. In the fashion industry, the social network's prevalence has changed the way people communicate, advertise and interact with brands. The question is, is this for the good or bad?
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