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Amy Verner

Amy joined the Globe and Mail as the paper's style reporter in March, 2007. She writes regularly on fashion, fitness and fragrance in addition to exploring design, food and social trends. In her time at the Globe, she has profiled a wide range of personalities, from Valentino to Christopher Plummer, Aretha Franklin to Wyclef Jean. She has covered the Toronto International Film Festival extensively and frequently live blogs for the paper on all things pop culture.

Latest articles
Parisian boutique Colette to close after two decades of reinventing the way we shop
Hermès to offer full range of furniture and housewares at new Toronto flagship
Social media
I gained almost 100,000 Instagram followers in two weeks – but I lost my anonymity
In Paris, bohemian meets bourgeois at the world's most revered antiques market
Perfume for your home? Hermès says oui
Two Canadian artists take the spotlight in Paris at the Louvre and Musée d’Art Moderne
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Véronique Nichanian: Female mastermind behind Hermès Homme
How Paris changed my Instagramming ways
REUTERS
A stunning inside look at luxury – with X-ray precision
Can I still wear knits in the spring?
iStockphoto
Eight hot fashion trends for spring
Why Antwerp has become a must-stop for fashionistas
for The Globe and Mail
How can I feel comfortable wearing a sheer skirt?
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Is there a fresh way to wear floral prints for spring?
The Globe and Mail
What gives Gucci goods their unique value
Is fashion art? This year’s hottest looks make the case
for The Globe and Mail
When science meets fashion: A look at three design studios using technology to create beauty
for The Globe and Mail
Beautiful and brainteasing: Hot trends from Paris Fashion Week
REUTERS