This week’s happenings: 4 fashionable events going on across Canada

Apr 01 2013 by
Categories : Fashion

K-Way mini side bag ($55), available exclusively at Holt Renfrew starting April 1.

Status: Launches today
What: Starting April 1,
Holt Renfrew will host pop-up shops featuring exclusive designs by haute rain and travel gear brand, K-Way, in all locations across Canada.
When: Pops up today for a limited time only.
Where: All Holt Renfrew locations across Canada.
Buzzworthy notes: Just in time for spring, the K-Way pop-up shops will feature luxe rain coats ($195) and tangerine duffle bags ($95) for men, women and children, available exclusively at Holt Renfrew. No foolin’!
Status: Tonight only
What: Get your cocktail glasses and judge pants on for the ginger edition of Thomas Lavers &
Cold Tea‘s Happy Fun Times Restaurant Cannery Drink Competition.
When: Monday April 1, 8PM.
Where: Cold Tea, 60 Kensington Ave, Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: Tonight’s competition features the mixology stylings of
Top Chef participants Steve Gonzalez and Dustin Gallagher pitted against one another, as well as a face off of local bartenders; all proceeds to be donated to breast cancer causes.
Read on for more buzzworthy events taking place across Canada this week!

Status: One afternoon only
What: Make like Monet with an impressions art class,
Rubbing Off: A Printmaking Workshop, led by Edmonton-based artist Sara McKarney.
When: Saturday April 6, 1 to 3PM.
Where: The Banff Centre, Banff.
Buzzworthy notes: Create impressions of this majestic mountain town with fax paper, vinegar and ink and this unique rubbing technique; all materials provided, advanced registration required. Contact Walter Phillips Gallery at 403-762-6281.
Status: One day only
What: Card and paper lovers unite this weekend for
The Old Book and Paper Show.
When: Sunday April 7, 10AM to 4PM.
Where: Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie Street, Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: A vintage print-fest in Toronto’s west end, the show curates fashion rags from the ’30s and ’40s, old-school postcards and comic books dating back to the 1800s; $8 admission.
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Categories: Fashion