Toronto's Fashions sense of both style and dressing for every occasion to enhance a night out on the city, or making in roads into ones career
by the initial impressions one is able to achive.
The week’s news, views and tips
By ANDREW SARDONENew Labels semis
The Toronto Fashion Incubator (http://www.fashionincubator.com/
) has announced the semifinalists in its annual new labels competition. Toronto lines 1.618 by Engelbert Gayagoy, Malak by
Kalam Lee, OZEN by Phoebe Gao and Enfys Zhuo, Quelque Filles by Sara Nicol and Kelly Dowdall and Calgary's Lara Presber have
all made the short list. The judging panel will pick three finalists at the end of January to show their stuff on April 17
for a chance to win the $25,000 prize package.
Top Roncesvalles fashion shop Frock (97 Roncesvalles, 416-516-1333) has cleared out its storeroom space to make room
for the new Frock Head salon. Stylist Dawn Larson offers men's and women's cuts, colours and highlights priced from $40 up
in the bright basement beauty shop. After your snip, scoot back upstairs, where the store's displaced merch, including fall
and spring finds, is marked down by at least 25 per cent.
If the fashion gods were good to you over the holidays and the overstocked hanging bar in your closet is starting
to bow, Store Your Style promises to get you organized and free up some room for new clothing favourites. Log on to http://www.storeyourstyle.com/
for info on de-packratting packages, including garment bags, wooden hangers, sweater boxes and a spot to stash your duds
in SYS's wardrobe studio. Prices range from $59.99 to $99.99 a month.
Time to bust out the bleach (environmentally friendly of course) to brighten up your snow-coloured duds for the second
annual Wear White 4 Windfall Day on January 25. Windfall Clothing Service collects new clothing and distributes it to social
agencies around the GTA. Log on to http://www.ww4w.ca/
to find out how to get your workplace involved (employees donate $4 to the charity to skip out on wearing their usual office
attire) and for info on WHITE parties at Ultra Supper Club (314 Queen West) and fashion biz haunt Amber (119 Yorkville).
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This stuff are largely for those who enjoy the easy in life and just want to be warm and cozy. Thus you will look good,
but nothing exciting.
So its great for housewives, and those who wish to convey confortable social messages - strickly middle class and middle
class wana - bees.
KA, January 17, 2007
Already the home of three glamorous boutiques based in London, Fifi Wilson can now offer everybody the chance
to purchase beautiful, unique clothes and accessories from the comfort of their own home. With a vast choice of labels from
all over the world such as London, Paris, NY, Italy and Denmark A buying priority is to offer customers something different
from all the other department stores and boutiques. The buyers at Fifi Wilson cherry pick the very best from collections every
season and work extremely hard at supplying a variety of price points suitable for all pockets.
Due to the varied stock
Fifi Wilson has gained a large creative and celebrity customer base which includes Kelly Osborne, Andrea Corr, Liberty Ross,
Kristin Scott Thomas, Sam Taylor Wood, Sharleen Spiteri, Jessica Lange, HRH Princess Eugenie, Jemima Kahn, Katy Perry and
Fifi Wilson online, not only offers unique, quirky clothes but also fun up to date blogs containing
information on the latest additions to the store and cool goings on the London fashion scene. All purchases arrive with a
special treat from Fifi Wilson, as they know little details count!
The staff at Fifi Wilson pride themselves on impeccable
customer service and knowing their stock inside out. This gives them an edge on Etailers that are shipping from warehouses.
“We are renowned for the great service we give in our London boutiques and we shall endeavour do the exactly the same
on our online store.
The first Fifi Wilson boutique was opened by Fi Lovett over six years ago. Having always been
consumed with a passion for style and fashion she decided to depart from her theatrical background and concentrate fully on
retail. She had been balancing acting and buying for a boutique before taking the plunge and opening the first boutique. Fifi
is her nickname and Wilson came from part of the name of the boutique she used to buy for, as she was reluctant to put her
name over the door. Fifi Wilson has expanded rapidly to three London boutiques and now with the online store, worldwide.
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