Fashion | Diffusion Collections
For the first time, Canadian fashionistas can indulge in Target’s fabulous designer diffusion collections—this one by 3.1 Philip Lim—right on their home turf.
Holt Renfrew has teamed up Pal Smith to make some very classy mittens for a very good cause: Movember.
High-fashion rebel Martin Margiela moves down market with a wonderfully unconventional collection for H&M. (LOOKBOOK)
These totes amazing burlap bags designed by Tory Burch for Holt Renfrew are priced to fly off the shelves.
Diane von Furstenberg’s new collection for wee-to-tween girls launches at two Gap locations in Metro Vancouver.
In a little over two weeks, women will be lining up at H&M around the world for a chance to snag a piece of Marni’s spectacular clothing at a bargain price.
Donatella Versace went into the company vault for H&M and came out with an homage to her later brother, Gianni: expressive, inexpensive body-con clothing that’s bullish on intense colour, crazy print and glamour.
+J, Jil Sander’s hot fashion for Japanese megabrand Uniqlo, is low-end couture at its finest. Pity these pieces aren’t easily available to Canadians—or are they?
Premiering at Target in September 2011, the Italian fashion house known for its knits puts its signature on everything from onesies to two wheelers.
He’s gone high-end with Chanel and low-end with H&M, but can Karl Lagerfeld produce a fashion collection that appeals to middle Americans? We’ll find out August 31.
34 dresses, 17 superstar labels, everything priced under $50—what’s not to love about Target’s marathon fashion event that kicks off March 13th?
The fashion world is aflutter—tomorrow Alber Elbaz of the House of Lanvin will debut his exclusive collection for the House of H&M.