• This online shop wants to change the way you buy shoes

    Since launching in 2012, it’s become one of the fastest growing e-commerce companies in North America, and for good reason – they’ve got an awesome selection of shoes! But it gets better.  The company recently launched it’s first bricks and mortar store in Toronto, with plans for expansion across Canada. The idea: creating a bridge between traditional and digital shopping.  ALSO SEE: 5 reasons to ditch the flip-flops this summer From the outside, the store looks like your average shoe shop but look a little closer and you’ll realize that the shelves are set up to reflect what’s happening on the website.

  • Justin Trudeau’s best style moments

    As Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau has a wide range of responsibilities– and keeping up appearances is certainly up there on his long list of duties. As the second youngest PM to hold office, and husband to glam wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, he’s had some pretty memorable sartorial moments himself. ALSO SEE: Sophie Grégoire Trudeau’s best style moments Click through the gallery to see some of our favourite looks and let us know which one stands out most to you by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA. 

  • This is how Canadians like their ice cream

    July is National Ice Cream Month so Ledger Marketing conducted a survey to see how Canadians enjoy their scoops.

  • 10 discontinued items Tim Hortons needs to bring back

    Remember when you could enjoy a rich and creamy nanaimo bar at Tim Hortons with your Double-Double? Or how refreshing a Mixed Berry Smoothie was on a hot summer’s day? We took a look back at a few discontinued items that we wish Tim Hortons would bring back.

  • Junos red carpet: Get the look for less

    You saw these Canadian stars wear it at the Junos and now you want it! Here’s how to get the dressed up but laid back look without breaking the bank. 

  • Maple syrup could help protect the brain against Alzheimer’s

    A cure for Alzheimer’s could be closer than we think – and it could be linked to pure maple syrup. According to research out of the University of Toronto, the tasty pancake topper could help prevent the clumping and folding of two types of proteins found in brain cells: beta amyloid and tau peptide. The research was presented by Dr. Donald Weaver from U of T’s Krembil Research Institute at an annual symposium for the American Chemical Society.

  • Get to know Vejas, the only Canadian (and youngest) finalist for this year’s LVMH prize

    Never heard of Vejas Kruszewski? You might want to pay attention.  The 19-year-old Toronto-based designer is currently the only Canadian among the eight finalists for the prestigious Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) Prize this year.  Launched in 2013, the prize was created to “honour and support young fashion designers around the world.”

  • Roll Up The Rim pregnancy announcement is the most Canadian thing ever

    R-r-r-r-r-oll up the rim to win… a baby!

  • Coco Rocha just launched a clothing line

    “I didn’t know anything about this industry… and then over the years, I started to have my own sense of style.” Co Co by Coco Rocha is a mix of daywear, streetwear and athleisure, with a focus on statuesque blouses, cocktail dresses and pops of mesh.

  • 18 cool and unique Canadian-made gifts

    Finding the perfect holiday gift can be a challenge, but what if you could buy something cool and support local at the same time? We’ve rounded up some our favourite gifts made by Canadians across the country.  Click through the gallery above and then shop online or visit the One of A Kind Show in Toronto from November 26th until December 6th to see more.  

  • Couple gets married in Tim Hortons wearing hockey jerseys, because Canada

    Recently, Lethbridge, Alta. couple Greg Arlett and Adonus Wiseman tied the knot at Tim Hortons – wearing jerseys of their favourite teams: the Edmonton Oilers (Arlett) and the Montreal Canadiens (Wiseman). “I can’t remember who brought up Tim Hortons, but it was a perfect fit,” family friend Juanita DeVos, told Global.

  • This Alberta-based company is making prosthetics into stylish fashion accessories

    The latest fashion trend is diversity.  The last few years have been pretty revolutionary in the fashion world. Runways have featured plus-sized and ageless models, models in wheel chairs and models with genetic disorders, like Down syndrome.  ALSO SEE: Madeline Stuart, Model With Down Syndrome, Just Won New York Fashion Week Last year, designer Sunny Fong made headlines when he sent amputee runner Amy Winters down the runway during his Vawk presentation at Toronto Fashion Week wearing a custom-designed prosthetic leg cover by Alberta-based company Alleles.

  • This app may help prevent bad shopping decisions

    According to a study by Envision Retail, 70 per cent of customers are converted into buyers in the fitting room, making this a crucial moment for retailer. Earlier this summer, the app was put to the test by graduating BFA Fashion Design students at Parsons Paris The New School. “Social media plays an important role in today’s society and education to give students an added window to showcase themselves to the world,” Jasonpaul McCarthy, Parsons Paris, Director of BFA Fashion Design said.

  • Carly Rae Jepsen On Her Latest Album, New Hairstyle, & How She Likens Social Media to ‘Veep’

    Carly Rae Jepsen shows off her new look. Photo: Courtesy By John Norris The glittering shark tank that is pop music in 2015 can be an out-of-sight-out-of-mind place: stay away for too long, and you’re in danger of being yesterday’s news. By the time Carly Rae Jepsen took the Studio 8H stage for a comeback performance on Saturday Night Live in April, a ton of young pop women had come and gone—or come and stuck around—since Jepsen ruled the music universe three years earlier, with the maddeningly catchy bolt-from-the-blue song “Call Me Maybe.” The Canadian—who’s long looked and sounded younger than her late-20’s age—had her work cut out for her.