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STYLE SECRETS: Going Against the Grain

Here at TÉLIO our merchandising department is hard at work developing our new Spring/ Summer 2015 line. Canadian designers tend to shy away from the bright and colorful prints that TÉLIO loves for Spring/Summer, but there is a great solution to this! 280 more words


STYLE ICON: Gwen Stefani

We were first introduced to Gwen Stefani as the lead vocalist of the punk rock band, No Doubt. Her willingness to take risks with fashion by wearing brightly coloured clothes, graphic prints, and creating a signature look with platinum blond locks and bold red lips has lead her to become one of the most iconic trendsetters in the music industry. 152 more words


Foreign Fashion: Secrets and Tips From the French

Let’s face it– when it comes to style the French know what they are doing. The iconic beret sashayed into women’s closets at an alarming rate in the mid-20th century and for a good reason. 712 more words


Take me out to the Ball Game- Baseball inspired look for Spring!

Baseball season is almost here! Officially starting on March 22, it is perfectly matching with the arriving and spirit of summer looseness. For real, is there anything better than spending an afternoon at the stadium under the sun, watching a great baseball game with friends and of course, enjoying some delicious hot-dogs? 411 more words


MOOD: How the Kimono & Judogi are Influencing Fashion

As I was looking through the SS14  lookbook for Etoile by Isabel Marant, my old Judogi popped into my head. Hanging with its brown belt draped around the neckline and squeezed between old fur coats from my grandma, my radiant orchid puffy-princess-prom-dress and my father’s camouflage hunting jackets. 191 more words


The Oscars Red Carpet Fashion

Some might say that fashion at the Oscars this season was underwhelming. Simple dresses with nice fits in basic colours like ivory and navy; we’ve seen it before and it just doesn’t excite audiences as much anymore. 524 more words