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Party photos of the week: Hugo Boss Pocket Fund party

The cool breeze and the winding down of The Ex can only mean one thing: it’s festival time. Hugo Boss got an early start on the film fêtes on Wednesday night with an intimate ‘do at their Bloor Street store. Hosted by TIFF’s artistic director Cameron Bailey and CEO Piers Handling, the luxury retailer launched a limited edition pocket square that will be on sale in Boss stores across Canada. All proceeds from the accessory will support TIFF’s Pocket Fund, which ensures children from lower-income communities have access to TIFF’s learning programs. Also, word on the street is Hugo Boss will be handling all the pre- and post TIFF parties for The Riot Club – so keep watch, Max Irons fans. parties@globeandmail.com

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The limited edition Hugo Boss pocket square.

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Cameron Bailey (left), Piers Handling.

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Paul Mason

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Mark Rupert (left), Devon Soltendieck.

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Drew Scott (left), Linda Phan.

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Robert Faissal.

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Ayman Hbeichi (left), Kevin Pennant.

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Lyriq Bent.

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Ainsley Kerr (left), Sabrina Maddeaux.

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Cameron Bailey (left), Lanita Layton, Piers Handling (right).

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Joey Natale (left), David Labrecque.

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Paul Aguirre-Livingston (left), Christopher Turner.

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