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  • Fall-Winter Trends: As Seen on the Catwalk

    This year fashion capitals around the world highlighted the latest creations of well-known designers for their fall and winter collection. From Paris to Milan, and London to New York, we have seen a variety of winter looks inspired by the classic early-1970s to the 1980s punk era. […]

  • Vintage Home Decor

    Decor, like fashion, is constantly being reinvented. Retro style is the perfect example, and it appeals to those who hold the past in high regard, reminiscing on a time when everything seemed more beautiful. […]

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    5 Ways to be More Eco-Friendly at Home

    It’s no secret that our beautiful planet is hurting. Scientists have been sounding the alarm for years, telling us that we need to change our ways—and fast! No, we don’t have surefire solutions for global warming, […]

  • Our Summer Reading List

    It’s finally vacation time! You definitely deserve a break. From now on, all you have to think about is relaxing. And, there’s nothing better than starting a holiday off by opening a good book—or two, or three. […]

  • 4 Easy Summer Salad Recipes

    It’s noon and your stomach is starting to growl. You’re hungry for something precise: a light afternoon meal. The solution is an easy-to-make salad that you can take to the office or to a picnic. As an added bonus, fresh, local ingredients […]

  • Laura Blog - How to Start a Garden

    How to Start a Garden

    Winter is finally over; you can come out of hibernation now. The warmer days are here, birds are back to serenade us with charming tunes, and budding branches decorate the trees… Mother Nature is reclaiming what belongs to her; shades of green inundate cities and countrysides. […]

  • A Foodie’s Guide to Montreal

    Gastronomy is a subject that is close to my heart, because, you guessed it, I’m from France. I couldn’t live without a decadent meal and a fine glass of wine from time to time. Luckily, Montreal has amazing restaurants that impress even the most renowned food lovers. Here’s a taste of what the city has […]

  • Pura Vida in Costa Rica

    In the middle of winter last year, I decided to escape the cold by travelling to Guatemala. I spent two weeks under the sun admiring breathtaking views that made me fall completely in love with the country. On my way home, I remember opening the window shade on the plane and thinking, “where will I […]

  • Ho! Ho! Ho! It’s the Holidays

    Moms, mothers-in-law, grandmas, aunts, daughters, granddaughters, friends—the list of people to spoil around the holidays sometimes seems never-ending. At Laura Canada, we’ve been thinking about our wish lists and put together a gift guide to help you get through your holiday shopping. You’ll find warm knits, soft scarves, show-stopping dresses and sparkling clutches for every […]

  • 5 Ways to Improve Your Work-Life Balance

    As fall makes its appearance, memories of carefree, joy-filled summer vacations start to fade, and the time to get back to reality relentlessly knocks at our doors. This bittersweet back-to-the-grind realization can sometimes bring uncontrollable feelings of anguish that can’t be ignored. As we know, for most work is the number one source of stress. […]

  • Ways to Beat the Back-to-School Stress

    Summer is coming to an end, and we all know what that means: the back-to-school rush will soon take over. Between shopping for school supplies to making sure your kids get fresh haircuts, you will find yourself in an all-too-familiar state–scrambling to complete everything on your very long to-do list. The busy morning routine will […]

  • Designer Spotlight: Joseph Ribkoff

    History in the fashion industry was made 61 years ago when a young man named Joseph Ribkoff decided to use his life savings to make a name for himself as a designer. Now his brand is featured in more than 5000 stores in over 60 countries worldwide. Ribkoff started his first job in retail working […]

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