Globe Style
 

September 28, 2020

 

It’s September fashion week season and the pandemic is forcing a rethink in the industry, with most designers showing their collections online and very few in-person, socially distanced runway shows. As the seasons change it’s a good time to adjust your skin-care routine, though without places to go and people to see (save for videoconferences) it may seem pointless to wear makeup. We make the case that feeling good is reason enough. In design this week, we champion the versatility of that often-forgotten space – the hallway – and highlight some quick and simple kitchen upgrades if you don’t have the budget for a reno. For more, follow us on Instagram @globestyle. If this newsletter was forwarded to you and you'd like to subscribe, please visit our newsletter signup page. Lori Fazari

 
Fashion
 
End of the runway? Fashion world mulls post-COVID future
 

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End of the runway? Fashion world mulls post-COVID future
 

Sylvia Hui

 
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In an era of hyper image management, jogging pants are the piece of clothing that best represents our true selves
 

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In an era of hyper image management, jogging pants are the piece of clothing that best represents our true selves
 

Cathal Kelly

 
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Hair & skin care
 
Just because you have nowhere to go, doesn’t mean you can’t wear makeup
 

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Just because you have nowhere to go, doesn’t mean you can’t wear makeup
 

Caitlin Agnew

 
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Facial care 101: How to add rollers, brushes and other tools to your skin-care routine
 

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Facial care 101: How to add rollers, brushes and other tools to your skin-care routine
 

Randi Bergman

 
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U.S. retailer Ulta Beauty shelves plans for Canadian expansion
 

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U.S. retailer Ulta Beauty shelves plans for Canadian expansion
 

Susan Krashinsky Robertson

 
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I’ve learned to live with my severe eczema, so please stop staring
 

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I’ve learned to live with my severe eczema, so please stop staring
 

Sophie Bernard

 
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Design & decor
 
How to make your hallway a destination in its own right
 

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  How to make your hallway a destination in its own right
 

Matthew Hague

 
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Ask a design expert: Can we spruce up our small kitchen if we can’t afford a reno?
 

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  Ask a design expert: Can we spruce up our small kitchen if we can’t afford a reno?
 

Beth Hitchcock

 
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Working or learning remotely? Tips for building a home office on a budget
 

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Working or learning remotely? Tips for building a home office on a budget
 

Tara Deschamps

 
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Style news: Vancouver’s Fable is coaxing millennials to update their dinnerware
 

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  Style news: Vancouver’s Fable is coaxing millennials to update their dinnerware
 

Caitlin Agnew

 
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IDS Vancouver moves from the convention centre to the streets for 2020
IDS Vancouver moves from the convention centre to the streets for 2020
 

Matthew Hague

 
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In case you missed it
 
Chances are the wellness spaces in your city are owned, and patronized, by white people. That’s a problem
 

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Chances are the wellness spaces in your city are owned, and patronized, by white people. That’s a problem
 

Stacy Lee Kong

 
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