Estee Lalonde visits the ELLE Canada closet. Credits: Danielle Campbell
A few weeks back we had Youtube sensation Estee Lalonde into the ELLE Canada Closet to play a little game of Fishbowl Frenzy! Don't forget to pick up our January 2017 issue to see an exclusive portrait of the Internet star...and now IRL author of a new memoir / life advice book, Bloom.
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The best online and in-store fashion deals you need to know about.
November 23-25: 50% off entire purchase
November 26-28: Cyber Weekend 40% off entire purchase
November 23-26: 50% off entire purchase (no exclusions)
November 24-28: 50% off 5 Regular prices items (no exclusions) and extra 40% off sale (no exclusions)
November 25: 40% off entire purchase
November 25-28: 20% off entire purchase; Customers who spend over $100 will receive a complimentary fringe leather key chain.
Nov 25-27: $50 off on purchases of $200 or more; $100 off on purchases of $300 or more; $200 off on purchases of $500 or more.
November 25-27: 20% off select clearance
November 24-28: 20% off entire purchase (in store and online)
November 25: 40% off regular priced items
November 24-27: 50% off originally reduced styles. On November 24 and November 25 sales will be 20% off regular price starting at 6:00 p.m. (EST) ending on Friday at 10:00 p.m.
Cyber Monday: 20% off regular styles + 50% off originally reduced styles, 1:00 a.m. - midnight (EST)
November 22-24: 50% off select fall/winter items
November 25: Up to 50% off all items (in store & online)
November 26-27 (until 7pm EST) 50% off select fall/winter items
November 27-28: up to 50% off all items + free shipping on all orders (online only)
Until November 28: 25% off when you spend $150 or more; 30% off when you spend $250 or more; 35% off when you spend $400 or more (in store & online)
Starting November 18: up to 50% off select items and items from $5 and up. H&M debuted its first Black Friday fashion collection for women, men, kids and home featuring on trendy all-black looks.
November 23: 50% off outerwear and winter accessories
November 24: buy one get one free on sweaters
November 25-26: 40% off all items
November 27: extra 50% off already reduced items; 30% off regular priced items (in store and online)
Topshop and Topman
November 25: 50% off sweaters and coats and 20% off all regular price items
$39.99 denim (reg up to $79) from Noisy May, Jessica, Only
$59.99 denim (reg up to $99) from Buffalo David Bitton, CK Jeans , Levis
$79.99 Lord & Taylor Cashmere sweaters Reg $169-$189 plus 50% off Lord & Taylor Novelty and Ply Cashmere
50% off women's regular price Calvin Klein Jeans, Jessica Simpson, Noisy May, Buffalo David Bitton, Style & Co, Dex, Karl Lagerfeld , IMNYC Isaac Mizrahi, Halston , Calvin Klein Sportswear and more
$79.99 Dresses by Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and Ivanka Trump Reg $129 to $229 plus 50% off other dresses by Dex, Lori Michaels, Gabby Skye and Chetta B. In our women’s dress dept.
30% off women’s special occasion dresses
50% off women’s coats and jackets by London Fog, Novelti and Calvin Klein
40% off women’s activewear by Adidas, Nike and more.
$29.99 Calvin Klein Performance Logo Joggers (reg $69); $39.99 Calvin Klein Performance Logo sweaters (reg $79). 40% off other Calvin Performance activewear
Up to 50% off select designer watches – includes Skagen, Fossil and more
55% off gold, diamond, gemstone and pearl fine jewelry – includes Effy, exclusive to Hudson’s Bay
Simons at Square One
November 25-28: 30-60% off select items (in store and online)
November 23-25: Buy one, get one 50% off all apparel (in store and online)
November 22-27: 20% off in-store and online; online only on November 28
On November 25, receive a complimentary Holiday Ornament with any purchase of $150 or more at Links of London (CF Toronto Eaton Centre location only)
November 21-29: 25% off all items online with the code THANKFUL
November 24-28: up to 50% off select lines in-store and online
November 25: 40% off select items in-store and online (further reductions ongoing until Boxing Day
November 25-28: 30% off on six pre-selected jewellery in-store and online combinations
November 25: $20 off when you spend $150; $50 off when you spend $250; $100 off when you spend $500 in-store and online
Cyber Monday: 50% off SS15 and AW15
Tiger of Sweden
November 25-27: buy 1, Get 1 50% off on men’s, women’s, and jeans from the fall collection
November 25-27: 30% off select men's and women's styles
November 23 at midnight EST - November 27 at 11:59 EST: 30% off site-wide with the promo code THEBIG30
Ofelia - 50% off on selected merchandise in Luisa Cerano, Laurel & Riani
cop. copine - 25% off entire store for 1 day only
NANNI - 90% off on Mens and Women's shearlings, lambskin coats, italian pants, shirts, sweaters suits, sports jackets, jeans, outerwear, belts and footwear. One day only
"Wings" statement brooch Source: Mindham Fine Jewellery
The Canadian jewellery designer reflects on 25 years.
The headquarters of jewellery designer Myles Mindham are located inside a tony Yorkville house on Hazelton Avenue, but the spot boasts more than just curb appeal. The basement houses a full factory, where 11 master craftsmen make models, set, file and cast the designs that are best described as whimsical. Upstairs, plush velvet couches await Mindham’s customers, who come to commission bespoke pieces or be the first to snap up the jeweller’s one-of-a-kind earrings, pendants and brooches, like the Flying Bunny—a creature straight from a fairy tale, with precious gem eyes and coloured glass wings. We sat down with the designer as he celebrates 25 years in the fine jewellery business.
ON CHILDHOOD INSPIRATION "I ask myself at 25 years, ‘how did it happen?’ It’s because I believed in magic and fantasy. A lot of jewellery designers say that they’re inspired by nature. I’m inspired in nature. When I spent time in Muskoka as a child, my mother would read me storybooks. One character from the books really spoke to me for his ability move through dark forests into light: a flying rabbit. So I designed a bunny with dragonfly-like wings. My jewellery comes from a place where I felt safe as a child. I believe that beauty is important and that goodness can win."
"Moon Fairies" diamond ring
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF SPARKLE "What attracted me to jewellery was the sparkle. When I was 5 years old at grandparents Christmas party I saw a woman come in wearing a dazzling diamond necklace. I said to her, ‘Is that real?’ It wasn’t like, “Are you rich?” I was saying, ‘Is that like the magic in my books?'"
ON INTUITION "In the early days, it was all custom work. Being in the jewellery business is very capital-intensive. I’ve always had a very strong sense of the individual. So if somebody said they wanted a ring, I would talk to them and draw. I know it sounds esoteric, but it wasn’t me designing, I could see an idea. I had a great response from people, I was passionate about jewellery, I knew a lot about it, and I could impart something that would suit people."
ON BEING ACCESSIBLE "So much of what I do is social. I’ll say ‘Oh, you have to meet so-and-so’ and I’ll do a dinner here. One of the challenges I have is people say, ‘He’s the fancy society jeweller.’ I hate that expression. I’m making jewellery for people. I want to become more approachable, and the collections are going to be more approachable. We’re not this lofty place. We’re a place that makes jewellery with integrity and joy."
"Mushroom Wishes" nut bracelet
Emma Stone on The Tonight Show
"Whatever you're doing, looks inappropriate."
Emma Stone needs to brush up on her Bruce Springsteen. She played The Whisper Challenge on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and for three minutes – the equivalent of 24 hours in TV time – could not figure out that Jimmy was mouthing "Born in the U.S.A."
"It looked like 'Pork in the Desert,'" she said. Watch below.