Tag - Fall 2017

Icing on the cake

Designer Nora Zabarah Pucci opens chic bridal boutique By Janet Wilson Photography Laura Kelly Ottawa fashion designer Nora Zabarah Pucci is saying, “I do” to the opening of Zarucci Bridal, an upscale boutique in...

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Strike a pose, change your life

It’s all in the details for Stittsville’s style-savvy designer Jennifer McGahan By Julie Beun Photography by Tiffany Sanford Perched in a patch of sun at the Stittsville Barley Mow on a Friday afternoon, designer Jennifer McGahan doesn’t sound very Canadian. She is, of course — from her wide...

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Artful Living

The National Gallery’s Marc Mayer brings  the same intensity to solving a home-renovation problem as he does to lecturing about art By Peter Robb Marc Mayer grew up in a working-class family in Sudbury. His mom, Madeleine, was a legal secretary. His father, Gilbert, a salesman, amateur actor...

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Mad for Modern

Ligne Roset store offers furniture with personality By Janet Wilson Known for its slouchy, ultra-modern sofas, pops  of colour and quirky lighting, France-based  furniture maker, Ligne Roset, has found a new  home in Ottawa. Strong supporters of the top-selling brand, Monika Durczak...

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KING MAKER

Stand out in the crowd with We Are Kings’ eye-catching suits By Julie Beun Photography by Viktoriya Bankova It’s hard to know how to address King Hector Jr. “Your Majesty” seems overly formal. “Your Royal Highness” even more so. But somehow, calling him by his given name — literally King Jr., his...

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Design watch

Stay ahead of the style curve with inspiring trends and tips for your home By Henrietta Southam In honour of our country’s sesquicentennial, there is no better time to shine a national spotlight on uniquely Canadian designs and artists. We break down eight trends with a focus on sustainable...

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Mountain high

Operating ski resorts isn’t glamorous work, but for brothers Bob and Peter Sudermann, who are reshaping local hills around Ottawa, it’s a labour of love By Patrick Langston Sounds like the dream job, doesn’t it? Ski resort owner. Out on the slopes all day; lounging by the lodge’s crackling...

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Host a festive brunch in style

Morning glory This holiday season, fill your home with love, laughter and lasting memories by treating family and friends to a mouth-watering display of delicious bites and treats. Food prep, styling and photography by Anne Waters Homemade quiche will take centre stage on your buffet table...

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Culinary jewel in the woods

Jean-Claude Chartrand serves honest French fare with a twist at L’Orée du Bois By Hattie Klotz Photography by Brittany Gawley When chef Jean-Claude Chartrand bought the esteemed Old Chelsea restaurant L’Orée du Bois five years ago, he didn’t tell a soul. “When things are going well, don’t change...

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A Taste of the High Life

By George Coyle Deep beneath the earth in Épernay, France, ancient walls house millions of bottles of Moët & Chandon Champagne. If these magnificent chalk walls could talk they would undoubtedly say, “Cheers! Life is for toasting.” For centuries, this champagne has been synonymous with the best...

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Date night

Gearing up for a romantic evening at a plush hotel? Check in and turn up the heat this holiday season with easy glam looks from day to night.
Styling by James Jefferson
Photography by Mauricio Ortiz
All clothing from Bayshore Shopping Centre

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