September 19, 2020 at 02:00PM
Sentaler launched a luxe new scarf that you can now pre-order
Sentaler, the Toronto-based outerwear brand beloved by Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton and Emily Blunt, has made fall high fashion dreams come true with the release of its lavish Vicuña Classic scarf. Coming in a rich caramel hue and boasting the luxurious qualities found in the sheered fleece of the Vicuña, the made-to-order accessory can be customized with names, initials or sayings of personal significance. “Respecting nature, raising awareness and giving back to our planet is of the utmost importance to me personally, and to my company and team,” Bojana Sentaler said in a statement. The scarves are set to ship in December, making them one of the splashiest holiday gifts ideas we’ve seen so far.
A.P.C. gets Goop’d
After visiting the Goop studio in Santa Monica, A.P.C. founder Jean Touitou asked Gwyneth Paltrow about ‘interacting’ with the cult Paris-based brand. The result is an elegant edit of denim pieces including a chambray jumpsuit, roomy culottes and a jacket made from a recycled-cotton blend fabric; fans of French Girl style will also covet the striped Suzy top that reminds us of something straight out of a Jean-Luc Godard film. The collection’s puff sleeved Margaret shirt has already sold out–get to Goop’s website tout suite so you don’t miss out.
Ecco pops up at Toronto’s Stackt Market
From September 18th until October 29th you can stop by one of Toronto’s most unique retail locations, the Stackt Market, to check out Danish footwear brand Ecco’s craft-focused pop-up. Customization workshops featuring Sarah Skrlj, Chris Nevin, Huney Studios and Mack House are highlights of the month and a half-long temporary location; the launch of a new limited edition upcycled shoe style called the Tannery Series 001 also makes it a must visit.
Female Founder Collective is leading a 3-day virtual summit next week
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Inclusive. Kind. Thoughtful. These are some of the core values behind beauty brand @livetinted , born after founder & CEO Deepica Mutyala used red lipstick to color correct under eye circles during a YouTube makeup tutorial. On a mission to champion multicultural beauty through community, conversation, and products, Mutyala aims to dismantle colorism while encouraging the Live Tinted community to advocate for and love themselves. 👉 We’re so excited to have Deepica is joining us for Whats Next Fest to discuss pivoting and creating a new roadmap to succeed in 2020 and how to lead with optimism during difficult times. ✨ Mark your cal 📅, and tap the link in bio to snag your ticket! 🎟️ Are you ready for #whatsnext?!
With the goal of showcasing women-led talent in fields from fashion to tech, the Female Founder Collective will run its What’s Next Fest from September 22nd–24th. The schedule includes opening remarks by fashion entrepreneur and designer Rebecca Minkoff and speakers like Lindsay People Wagner, co-founder of the Black in Fashion Council and editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue; Live Tinted’s Deepica Mutyala; and Tai Beauchamp, founder of the CBD wellness and beauty brand Brown Girl Jane. 40 per cent of proceeds from ticket sales will go to the innovative e-finance company, Kiva.