Guest Blogger Jessica Mulroney, PR & Marketing Strategy-Kleinfeld Canada/Co-founder of The Shoebox Project/Cityline Expert/Fashion Strategist
I think I really fell in love with shoes when I was a teen and had my first job in the shoe department at Holts. I gained an appreciation for materials, textures, and all the beautiful nuances in design and colour and my love affair with footwear has gone on strong ever since.
One of the things I love about shoes is that you can choose shoes to reflect your mood and your style statement. Your shoes can do a lot of ‘talking’ – they can convey … Read More »
Spring is a time for renewal and rejuvenation, a symbolic season that brings change, a new beginning and a fresh perspective. In fashion, we transition to happier, more colourful pieces and shed layers (literally!) from our day-to-day outfits.
Upper Canada Mall’s Spring/Summer campaign features the ever-so-talented Toronto celebrity stylist and philanthropist, Jessica Mulroney. We bring you style tips, must-have items and a look into the lives of busy working Moms who do it all – skyrocket in their careers, manage a household, attend the kids’ extracurricular activities, plan date night – while looking glamourous and on trend.
We hope you are inspired … Read More »
Upper Canada Mall is a strong supporter of the community and believes in women empowering women. Join us for the Gorgeous Shoebox Project Event and contribute to doing a good deed! You and a guest will spend an afternoon in the mall decorating and filling a shoebox with essential items generously donated by our retail partners for women in need.
The event will be held at Centre Court on Sunday, April 24th, 2016 from 1PM-4PM in support of The Shoebox Project for Shelters, which collects and distributes gifts in the form of Shoeboxes to women who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness … Read More »
Who’s that girl?
That’s the question we took our inspiration from in creating the Fall 2015/Winter 2016 Gorgeous Magazine. As seasons change and turn, we know the instinct is to gravitate towards bulky sweaters and practical thick-soled boots because it’s comfortable, cozy and easy – all good reasons, of course. But to be a bit more fashionable, sometimes you do have to be a little less practical! Wise words from our EIC, Jennifer Kleinberg, who has felt the winter woes and gradually learned to appreciate and curate an enviable cold-weather closet filled with fashionable finds. You can find your fall and … Read More »