Photograph courtesy of Fendi

In addition, Michael Kors joins ellesse and The Bay launches a new line of basics.

Preview the Fendace collection by Fendi and Versace

Photograph courtesy of Fendi

Mark your calendars because from May 12 you can finally shop the epic Fendace collection from Fendi and Versace. Making a splash last September, this collaboration is a first of its kind for two designer brands belonging to different conglomerates. To keep us going until the release date, check out the Fendace collection campaign pictures released earlier this week, which were shot by the legendary Steven Meisel.

La Baie launches a new range of enhanced basics

North Hudson
Photograph courtesy of Hudson’s Bay

It’s a universally acknowledged truth that you can never have too many basics, especially if they’re high and well done. Walk in North Hudson, a new ready-to-wear line from The Bay with a spirit of effortless elegance. Expect a neutral palette with pops of color and refreshed silhouettes in both men’s and women’s styles that are sure to become mainstays in your wardrobe.

Michael Kors x ellesse is the pairing you never knew you needed

Michael Kors x Ellesse
Photograph courtesy of Michael Kors

You don’t have to be an Olympic-level athlete to enjoy this new assortment of activewear, courtesy of Michael Kors and they. The iconic American brand and luxury Italian label are teaming up this spring on a ’70s-inspired collection of track jackets, swimwear, sneakers, slides, bucket hats and bags that all fit in a price range from $75 to $525. Available for purchase May 9, be sure to check out the collaboration in line and in store at Yorkdale Mall, West Edmonton Mall and Sainte-Catherine St West.

Fine & Dandy Co. expands into accessories

Fendace collection
Photograph courtesy of Fine & Dandy Co.

There are few things as transformative as wallpaper, but a scarf could be one of them. It is therefore perfectly logical that Fine & Dandy Co. first foray into accessories is a collection of scarves that features some of the Canadian brand’s most vivid prints. Made from 100% silk, each scarf is available in four different designs and would make the perfect Mother’s Day gift.

Dr Liza’s new shoes are here to save your feet

Fendace collection
Photograph courtesy of Dr. Liza Shoes

After two years of slippers, many people are (understandably) hesitant to get back into heels. Luckily, Canadian shoe designer Dr. Liza is here to give you the best of both worlds with her spring offering. Inspired by the women in her family, the “Generations” collection includes pumps, sandals and flat, heeled loafers with the therapeutic soles that Dr.Liza is known for.

Eliza Faulkner wants to dress your kids

Eliza Faulkner
Photograph courtesy of Eliza Faulkner

Eliza Faulkner wants you to be a twin with your toddler! Just in time for summer, the Quebec brand launched The Baby Angelica dress, which is an exact replica of one of its most popular feminine models. Made from 100% Oeko-Tex certified linen, the toddler collection is available in three colors (mirroring the adult assortment) and is sure to inspire outfits for mommy and me.

Myel’s new men’s jewelry collection is all about pearls

Photograph courtesy of Myel

Thanks to the likes of Harry Styles and other fashionable celebrities, jewelry for men has (finally) become more mainstream. So if you’re looking to try the trend for yourself, the Canadian brand myel has what you need. The newest addition to its men’s line is a collection of freshwater pearl pieces that are easy to wear and even easier to style.

Spring has arrived at Brunette the Label

brunette etiquette
Photograph courtesy of Brunette the Label

If you’re looking to combine comfort and style, look no further than the cult Canadian brand brunette etiquettethe new spring and summer collection from. Expect all the loungewear you know and love from the brand (read: cheeky crew-necks and fun sweatshirts) with the new addition of matching striped sets. Whether you’re hitting the beach or running errands, it’s the epitome of cool for summer.

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