The limited-edition Thierry Lasry x Spectacle Lively sunglasses, named after Blake Lively.
Last night, at their sleek Distillery District boutique, Toronto-based optical brand Spectacle launched an exclusive eyewear collection with A-list-approved French designer Thierry Lasry. As the crowds started to arrive, I sat down with New York-based Lasry to talk about the collaboration, how to find the perfect pair of frames and, obviously, Beyoncé.
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By: Courtney Hardwick
Chances are, you have probably noticed the ombre hair trend making the rounds in Hollywood, and on the runway. Maybe you have even taken the plunge and tried it yourself. But if you love the ombre look and want something a little less permanent, you’re in luck. Ombre has now made its way to makeup.
Ombre lips have been showing up on runways for Monique L’huillier, Christian Dior, and Prabal Gurung, and celebs like Jessica Alba, Lily Collins, and Cher Llyod have all given the trend a try. But you don’t have to limit yourself to just hair and lips. Eye shadow and nail polish are also great ways to experiment with the ombre look.
Read on for more ways to give your makeup the ombre treatment…
- I’m all over these tie-dye leggings.
The latest site fitness fashion website worth bookmarking is Daub & Design. The airy, seamless design reflects the pared-down nature of the collection: only four different pieces are available: tie-dye leggings, seamless undies and scarves available in cotton or crepe de chine. Vancouver-based designer Lexi Soukoreff hand-dyes every single piece, so there are variations in print and colour. Just think—you’ll be bespoke throughout your Bikram class. And $89 for a pair of handmade, flattering, Canadian leggings sounds kind of amazing to me. Think indie Lululemon meets artisanal hippie.
Do prettier work out pieces inspire you to sweat more?