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5 Amazing Vintage Pictures of the Corner of Dundas and Richmond


Dundas and Richmond: 5 Amazing vintage photographs of this iconic intersection.

5th Birthday

Happy 5th Birthday to Filthy!  As laid off wardrobe stylists, we started selling our own clothing on Etsy 5 years ago to have some extra dough in our pockets.  Thought it would be nice to share some photographs from our first photoshoot five years ago.  Enjoy!  

Ashes to Ashes

For the human body, death is only the beginning. These meat sacks of ours are hothouses of chemicals, and not just the good kind. Pesticides, flame retardants, heavy metals, and other environmental toxins we’ve picked up in life continue to leach into the mortal coil long after we’ve shuffled off. Current cremation techniques don’t help, […]

Enclothed Cognition

From Gwen Stefani’s post-breakup transparent black outfit at the American Music Awards to Hillary Clinton‘s no-nonsense pantsuits on the campaign trail, we’re all guilty of putting faith in our clothing to give us a boost of confidence or even a bit of luck. Turns out that’s not so superstitious or silly. In fact, a growing body of research […]

Louboutin Lessons

The Paris-born stiletto master took a moment to give the world three stylish lessons on fashion and beauty. 1. Trends aren’t necessarily on trend. Every fall the 12-pound fashion mags hit the shelves, each declaring a different list of styles to be the looks of the season. Boyfriend jeans! Velvet everything! So what does Louboutin have to […]

Creative Burnout

Creative burnout hitting the fashion industry hard Interview by Kai Ryssdal || Friday, November 6, 2015 Dior, Lanvin, Baleciaga. These are just some of the iconic names in fashion that have suffered high-profile departures from designers in recent weeks. One big reason is creative burnout. Simply put, fashion designers – and other staff of the major fashion houses […]

Thriftin’ Tips

We just read Charles Manning’s article titled “10 Genius Tips for Mastering Secondhand Shopping” and we thought it would be a good idea to share some of those tips with our readers.  We always bring a fully charged MP3 played to pump the picking tunes, a friend with a good eye to narrow down our picks […]

Weekend In T-Dot

DAYTIME Andy Warhol Revisited: A Mirror for Today The pop-art iconoclast Andy Warhol, who has had Campbell Soup cans attached to him as if his legacy were a marriage getaway car, is celebrated with a massive exhibition of original prints and paintings, originating from Revolver Gallery in Beverly Hills. “Isn’t life,” Mr. Warhol once asked, […]

Flat Fashion

6 Ways To Take All The Fun Out Of Fashion This story by Winona Dimeo-Ediger first appeared at ravishly.com, an alternative news+culture women’s website. While flipping through a fashion magazine the other day, I was shocked at the revelation that “beachy hair at the beach” is now considered “predictable” and passe.  Apparently this year you’re […]

TMC Yardage Sale

Join us for the 20th Annual More Than Just a Yardage Sale put on by the Textile Museum of Canada.  This event is organized and run by the Museum’s Volunteer Association, the Sale raises significant funds in support of the Museum’s collections, exhibitions and public programs. Continually expanding in scale, the More Than Just a Yardage […]

Houseplant Inspiration

With Earth Day still fresh on our minds, we thought this would be a perfect time to round up some of our favorite past tips and tricks about houseplants, succulents, and herbal remedies.