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GOLDEN CAPE MADE OF SILK FROM 1.3 MILLION SPIDERS GOES ON...

The garment, made from the silk of Madagascar’s Golden Orb Weaver spider — 1.3 million of them, give or take — will soon be on display as part of the Royal Ontario Museum’s Spiders: Fear & Fascination exhibit, which opens June 16.

INDIGENOUS FASHION WEEK TORONTO: RICH CULTURE MIXES WITH BOLD STATEMENTS

Live runway events inspired by traditional seasons of the moon

ART, LITERATURE & PHOTOGRAPHY

AMAL AND GEORGE CLOONEY ARE IN TORONTO AND HERE’S WHY

Amal Clooney spoke at the Luminato Festival last night.

ROM FACES #METOO HEAD-ON WITH ARTISTIC BALANCING ACT

The Royal Ontario Museum has hurried together a summertime display devoted to the #MeToo movement to coincide with a photography exhibition by an artist accused of sexual assault.

ASPIRING TALENT

MEET JADEN OEHR

As part of our aspiring talent series, we had the opportunity to catch up with Jaden Oehr who is an 8-year-old actor in Vancouver, Canada.

MEET TABATHA VISUTSKIE

As part of our Aspiring Talent series, we had a chance to chat with actress, published writer, screenwriter and filmmaker Tabatha Visutskie

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