The GATE presents our top seven luxury gifts that will impress and inspire the person in your life who has everything. From the premium Wheels Up flight service, and The Macallan M whisky in a Lalique crystal decanter, to Montblanc, Hamilton Watch, the Samsung Curved UHD TV, and the unique Nikon Df camera, these gifts are “wow” worthy for high-end holiday gift givers.
Yorkdale Shopping Centre and Swarovski Canada kicked off the holidays earlier this month with the Swarovski Crystal Wonderland, a special event featuring singer Jully Black in support of The Hospital for Sick Children, along with Frank Ferragine from City’s Breakfast Television, and a performance by Strings in Motion.
This is a tradition for The GATE that means as much to us as any other custom of the holidays: before we get into this year’s Holiday Gift Guide, I want to share some of my favorite giving ideas for charities, and ways that everyone can support a good cause before they go shopping.
The Macallan Lounge at Harry Rosen, First Canadian Place (100 King Street West), is a perfect partnership that blends fine single malt scotch with luxury men’s clothing, and for the next week, until November 21, it’s a great shopping experience to prepare for the holidays, especially if you love great whisky.
Sparkle, sparkle! Models Adriana Lima and Alessandra Ambrosio have been revealed as Victoria’s Secret’s “Dream Angels” to promote their 2014 Fantasy Bras which were created this year by jeweler Mouawad and are worth $2 million each.
From November 14 to 16, the Metro Toronto Convention Centre will play host to the second annual Gentlemen’s Expo, an event for men and women about the best in fashion, cars, food, entrepreneurship, technology, sports, music, grooming, and sex and relationships.
Who do you turn to when you need a star that represents the beauty and class of Hollywood, with the grace, charm and strength that makes her a true heroine? Campari turned to French-born actress Eva Green for their “Mythology Mixology” 2015 Calendar, and the result is nothing short of iconic and timeless.
World Food Day (WFD)–October 16–was founded by the United Nations’ (UN) in 1945 to increase awareness of world hunger and poverty and to inspire solutions for change. Approximately 805 million people in the world, or 1 in 9 people, suffer from hunger every year, and hunger and malnutrition are linked to one third of all child deaths around the world. Five children die every minute because they are not eating enough healthy food.
Tastemakers Lounge knows how to celebrate the Toronto International Film Festival in style, and that’s hardly surprising since they’ve been doing it right for 10 years now.
The Canadian National Exhibition is all about food trucks this weekend, as some of the city’s best mobile purveyors or great eats come together in one place from August 22 to 24, just beyond the Princes’ Gates on the Exhibition grounds.