Globe Style
 

January 18, 2021

 

The Globe has launched a new Craft Club, a free biweekly series of livestreamed events teaching hobbies including embroidery and soap-making. Hosted by feature writer Jana G. Pruden, the classes start next Tuesday, Jan. 19, at 7 p.m. – first lesson, making cheese. On Feb. 2, Craft Club participants will learn to make soap. Join our Facebook group for updates and discussion, and watch the classes live at tgam.ca/craftclub.

In this week’s newsletter, we look at how design festivals are adapting to a season of online events, our winter survival guide has suggestions for improving your life at home over the cold months and we have tips for protecting your hands from dryness.

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Design & decor
 
Globe Craft Club: Beat the winter blahs and get creative with our new series of livestreamed classes
 

Illustration by Ashley Wong

Globe Craft Club: Beat the winter blahs and get creative with our new series of livestreamed classes
 

Jana G. Pruden

 
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From IRL to URL: How design festivals are adapting for the COVID era
 

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From IRL to URL: How design festivals are adapting for the COVID era
 

Matthew Hague

 
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Style news: Edition store in Toronto aims to become a destination for style-savvy cannabis shoppers
 

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  Style news: Edition store in Toronto aims to become a destination for style-savvy cannabis shoppers
 

Caitlin Agnew

 
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Fashion
 
Winter survival guide: From the kitchen to the bedroom, eight ways to get through the cold months
 

Illustration by Alanna Cavanagh

Winter survival guide: From the kitchen to the bedroom, eight ways to get through the cold months
 
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Style news: U.K. transplant James Faulkner reimagines the vintage shop experience in Vancouver
 

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  Style news: U.K. transplant James Faulkner reimagines the vintage shop experience in Vancouver
 

Caitlin Agnew

 
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Hair & skin care
 
Faux freckles are all the rage, from Instagram filters to cosmetic tattoos
 

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  Faux freckles are all the rage, from Instagram filters to cosmetic tattoos
 

Adrienne Matei

 
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How do I keep my hands from cracking with the increase in hand-washing and the cold?
 

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  How do I keep my hands from cracking with the increase in hand-washing and the cold?
 

Caitlin Agnew

 
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I’d love to reduce the amount of plastic in my morning routine. How do shampoo bars stack up to liquid hair care products?
 

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  I’d love to reduce the amount of plastic in my morning routine. How do shampoo bars stack up to liquid hair care products?
 

Caitlin Agnew

 
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In case you missed it
 
Retailers are changing their COVID-19 return policies: ‘This is truly customer-beware territory’
 

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Retailers are changing their COVID-19 return policies: ‘This is truly customer-beware territory’
 

Tara Deschamps

 
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