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    White Oxfords for him

    My stylish friend and Jacob’s favorite person Julian Carrington has been fiending for white oxfords ever since they graces the runways of his favorite designers and onto the pages of Japanese fashion mags.

    I did a little bit of digging too and these are pretty much the summer staple for them Details-GQ-Swaggalicious types that I love.

     Firmament Oxfords129,00 EUR (via the Glade)

    Sperry TopSliders Gold Cup Deerskin Oxford $150
    Brockton Oxfords $65 via Piperlime
    Harry’s of London $359 via BlueFly
    Spectators, Oxfords, monkstraps, even wingtips – expedite your fresh with White Oxfords for him.
    our gorgeous friend over at streetetiquette.com
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    Contest: Win a Date x 2

    Ring in New Years with us!
    Win a date with Julian Carrington (UCC, UofT Law) smart, charming, sharp dresser
    Me! Yvonne Kai (Havergal, UWO, FiDM) lipgloss junkie, clever, cute, connected…
     We want you to come with us this new years eve to the ultimate open bar party at the Burroughes (Queen & Bathurst)! Look how much fun they had last year.
    If you promise to be fun, dress amazingly, dance drunk and take lots of pictures, you can win!
    Just leave us a comment on why we should take you. Prize = 2 $100 tickets for the event. Winners will be announced on Dec 28th. Good luck!

    We are holding a New Years Eve event hosted by Greta Constantine, Shinan Govani, Todor Kobakov (who fashion just profiled) as well as Tyrone Edwards (1LoveTO) at the Burroughes building!

    We are taking over the first, third, sixth and rooftop of The Burroughes Building for the party.  The idea of the party is to model the composition of guests after Truman Capote’s infamous black and white ball held at the Plaza, “the party of the century” where the focus of the party was on the people and bringing together dynamic people from across all industries to create a memorable event.  Our goal is to bring back the glamour of the past through the theme of modern masquerade (we will provide lots of masks).  At Truman’s ball, “there were no oversized centrepieces, no trellises, no blooming bowers or standard sights as seen at every society party.  At Truman’s ball the gorgeous swans and all the other beautiful people would be the flowers.”