For any shoe lover, the idea of not having shoes is unimaginable. But the notion that not having shoes could lead to death is purely unthinkable. All hail TOMS Shoes. This charitable organization has created a movement to outfit children in developing countries with shoes by way of every sale it makes. One for one.
|Photos by Peter Balinski|
Speaking of special….
Evan Biddell autographed TWO limited edition shopping totes by Aldo for YOU, F-listers! I’ll pick two winners at the end of the weekend – contest closes at 8pm on Sunday, October 17th. One entry per person.
All you have to do to enter is email firstname.lastname@example.org with the names of all seven continents. (Here’s a hint…)
The bag is a symbol of the donation Aldo has made on behalf of the Canadian fashion industry and Evan in the fight against AIDS. You will be proud to carry it!
Catch Evan’s show at LG Fashion Week – Thursday, October 21 at 6:30pm.
“Thank you.” Her eyes lock on mine and her smile is infectious.
Toronto Public Library Foundation hosted its fifth annual Book Lover’s Ball Thursday night at the Fairmont Royal York, complete with gala dinner, silent auction and a fashion show. Eight Canadian designers sent creative interpretations from their Spring collections inspired by popular fiction works like Twilight and Sherlock Holmes. The literary crowd lost its vocabulary when the Northbound Leather boys hit the runway, resorting to hoots and hollers. And who could blame them? Half naked men tend to put the “fun” back in fundraiser. It’s no wonder this is one of the best events of the season.
From top: Evan Biddell – Twilight; Marie Saint Pierre with Northbound Leather – Spartacus; Lucian Matis – Water for Elephants; LOVAS by Wesley Badanjak, featuring David Rocco – David Rocco’s Dolce Vita; Ines DiSanto featuring Lilliput Hats; Farley Chatto – Sherlock Holmes