Beyoncé renaissance toronto
Photography courtesy of Holt Renfrew

Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour Comes to Holt Renfrew + More Fashion News

Plus, Myles Sexton launches a podcast.

The Beyoncé Renaissance Toronto experience is here

Beyoncé renaissance toronto
Photography courtesy of Holt Renfrew

OK, ladies, now let’s get in formation because Beyonce’s “Renaissance Flagship” has arrived at Holt Renfrew’s Bloor Street location in Toronto. In celebration of Queen Bey’s Renaissance World Tour coming to the Rogers Centre, the Canadian luxury department store has transformed its third floor into a full-on BeyHive experience. Not only can you buy concert merch (ranging from $25 to $325), there’s an entire room dedicated to Beyonce’s couture collaboration with Balmain. With everything sure to be a sellout, we suggest you run, don’t walk, to the Beyoncé Renaissance Toronto experience between July 5 and 11.

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Go on a world tour with Van Cleef & Arpels’ high jewellery collection

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Photography courtesy of Van Cleef & Arpels

Can’t make it to Europe this summer? No problem, thanks to Van Cleef & Arpels’ travel-inspired high jewellery collection. The 70 pieces reimagine French writer and poet André Suarès’s journey over a century ago. Titled “Le Grand Tour,” expect nods to London, England, Paris, France, Baden-Baden, Germany and many more.

Myles Sexton wants to talk about your private bits


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Besides being fabulous, Myles Sexton is known for their activism. Now, they finally have a platform to share their positive message with the world with their new podcast, Our Private Bits. Together with their fiancé Tyler Austin, Sexton’s project promises to touch on gender identity, sexuality, mental health, sexual health, and harm reduction as they strive to spark new conversations and foster collective growth. The first episode’s out now, so don’t blame us if you become obsessed.

Steff Eleoff gets personal with her new jewellery collection

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Photography courtesy of Steff Eleoff

“Say My Name” isn’t just a Destiny’s Child hit anymore. Canadian jewellery designer Steff Eleoff has released a series of letter pendants for her latest collection. Featuring her signature psychedelic shape, the necklaces can be worn separately or together and are a fun way to say your name, say your name… you get the idea.

John Elliott’s first international flagship comes to Canada

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Photography courtesy of John Elliott

LA-based designer John Elliott has chosen Toronto as the city for its first flagship location outside of the United States. Spanning 2,407 square feet, the space is as serene as they come: bamboo plants, natural stones, and a white and grey palette. And when you’re there, be sure to check out the brand’s new Himalayas-inspired drop.

House of Gallagher season 2 is a quiet luxury dream

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Photography courtesy of House of Gallagher

It’s hard to describe House of Gallagher’s latest collection without using buzzwords like quiet luxury, stealth wealth and Sofia Richie Grainge style. For “Season 2: The Classics,” the Canadian brand — helmed by Matthew Gallagher — pays homage to its first offering with bows, neutral colours and vintage-esque styling. Where it differs is its use of Y2K silhouettes and materials (hello, feathers!). And with a Jenner sisters’ style rebrand upon us, we wouldn’t be surprised to see one of these pieces make an appearance in their closet sometime soon.

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