This week’s happenings: 4 events to catch while they’re here
TORONTO: PRETTY IN PASTELS
Status: It only comes once a year
What: Probably the sweetest day of the year, March 20 marks the third annual
Macaron Day, where
Nadège will be donating 50 per cent of all sales from candy-coloured macarons to local charity Meal Exchange.
When: Wednesday March 20.
Where: Both Nadège locations (780 Queen St. West and 1099 Yonge St.), Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: Not that we needed another excuse to fête this sweet holiday, but Nadège will be shilling 24 flavours of macarons, including roasted marshmallow, Guinness and bacon-maple.
TORONTO: RUNWAY CALL
Status: Here all week
What: Five fashion-packed days of Canada’s hottest designers – from Joe Fresh to Mackage – presenting their Fall 2013 collections during
World MasterCard Fashion Week.
When: Monday March 18 to 22.
Where: David Pecaut Square, Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: The catwalks! The street style! The street style photogs! So many reasons to grab your ticket and head to the shows of your favourite Canadian designers.
Check out the full official and off-site calendar here.
Read on for more stylish must-see events taking place in Canada this week!
TORONTO: CALGARY HEEL STAMPEDE
Status: One day only
What: PARK (Promoting Artists | Redefining Kulture) is hosting its sixth season of PARKSHOW, a fashion and culture event showcasing the designs of 11 artists from across Alberta.
When: Saturday March 23; doors open at 7:30PM.
Where: Aero Space Museum of Calgary 4629 McCall Way N.E., Calgary.
Buzzworthy notes: A stylish evening itinerary that includes a wearable art presentation and two fashion shows. Yes, there will be an after party. Standing room tickets are $25 each and are available at
TORONTO: ICELANDIC ADVENTURES
Status: This week only
What: A gastronomic, musical and artistic tour of all things Iceland here in T.O. at
A Taste of Iceland.
When: March 21 to 24.
Where: The Hoxton (music), 69 Bathurst St. and Drake Hotel (eats + art), 1150 Queen St. West, Toronto
Buzzworthy notes: The mixed musical stylings of Canadian and Icelandic artists for Reykjavik Calling, a free concert presented by Canadian Music Week;
a prix-fixe dinner at the Drake, featuring traditional Icelandic eats plus the Reyka-inspired Sons + Daughters cocktail.