Ethics of Style | By Jenn McNaughton
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Although the abnormally warm temps have enabled us to prolong our full-blown Yeti outfits and rejoice in Canadian winter activities (sans grumbling), the late winter-like climate has brought about a lingering gloom that we just can't seem to kick. And I mean gloom in the most literal...

As continual readers know well, the EOS mantra is all about empowering women through stylistic decisions of their own. Sure, a new dress will elicit momentary joy and a pair of red boots may spark a peculiar spring in our step—but it extends far beyond...

For a while now, I’ve been struck with this dilemma of not wanting to shop fast-fashion but not having the means to shop the designers that pull (rather, full on yank) at my heartstrings. I’ve always been one to look towards the future with my fashion; a quality of such that is both a blessing and a curse. I’m able to envision myself embodying the person

I’d first heard of the San Francisco-based retailer, Soko, after seeing them in a market feature on Garance Dore’s blog. To my surprise, they’d developed a strong social media following, had plenty of press coverage, were stocked in Reformation, Nordstrom, Indigo and Goop, AND had racked up a roster of celebrity fans. Emma Watson. Gisele. Lupita. Needless to say, I was intrigued as to why I was only just discovering them.

sarah-moon-x-nars-copy To be blunt, I'm not a cosmetic collaboration junkie. I could care less about which celebrity is throwing their name atop a tube of lipstick, nor the elaborate packaging that often follows suit. Perhaps the last "collectable" collection I remember specifically falling for was


There’s a quote by Canadian-born American painter, Agnes Martin, that inspired much of my artistic pursuits throughout high school.

My paintings are not about what is seen. They are about what is known forever in the mind.

Although admittedly, my drawing box doesn’t see the light of day nearly as much as it used to, there’s nothing I value more than the artistic process of precision and focus. I like to think

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Tomorrow, I'll be embarking on a long-awaited trip to California (LA, specifically) with my brother. Despite being an east coast girl through and through, I've wanted to tour the west coast to see what the hype is about first-hand. Not to mention, I'm a sun + water baby 100 per cent,

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Similar to how we reach for our 'barely there' products when heading to the gym, we do the same when going to the beach, pool--what have you. SPF goes without saying but a sheer base is another not to turn away in fear of feeling sticky come 1 p.m.

LBN Header Last week, I had the absolute pleasure of attending a private "browse", shall we say, at La Boutique Noire. The contemporary concept shop opened it's doors back in October, onlooking the patio of known hotspot, Chabrol. They ever-so kindly invited me in to shop & sip the finest