When COVID-19 hit, Rukayat Egbeyemi turned her decade-long hobby into her very own business—Ashabi. She went from making beaded bags and jewellery for friends and family to selling her products online. As a one-woman show, Egbeyemi handles every side of...
After Edmond Dang graduated from Western University at the start of COVID-19, his plans to travel and experience different cities and cultures came to a halt. So he switched gears and injected his love of culture and deep meaning into his debut brand, KOZAI Design.
Origami Owl was started just 4 years ago in Arizona by a 14-year-old girl who wanted to pursue something more lucrative than babysitting. Now, after generating 9-figure sales in the US, Bella Weems is ready to fly north of the border
When it comes to jewellery, there’s one name that stands out for its timeless beauty and style. Since the 1830s, the presentation of a blue box has created a sense of delight for women lucky enough to receive one. We took a few minutes to chat with Tiffany’s forward-thinking design director about the collection and the future of the brand
Have you heard of Shop for Jayu yet? If you’re a fashion-loving female, we would assume so. We caught up with Shop for Jayu creator Sally Han at Toronto boutique Poor Little Rich Girl, where her pieces are a quick go-to among the city’s stylish set
A rising number of homes and businesses are starting to maintain beehives on city rooftops and in backyards. The point? They’re your personal source of locally produced honey and contribute to the honey bee cause. Yes, the honey bee cause is a thing
Rain? What rain? That’s how you know that an event is done right – when the lousy weather outside is the last thing on your mind. Birks hosted a flawless garden-themed soirée celebrating 135 lovely and successful years in the jewelry business at their Montreal flagship boutique
In each of the last six years, one-third of honeybee colonies have been lost in North America and Europe – and there’s nothing sweet about that. Without their significant role in fruit and vegetable production, we might as well wish ourselves an early death by starvation now. That’s why Birks, the leading Canadian jeweller we all know and love, is doing something about it