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First Canadian Place FALL 2013


SHE’S BRILLIANT REACH FOR THE TOP

Introducing the new work shirt: it combines the ease of a V-neck T-shirt with the soft draping of a feminine blouse. JUDITH & CHARLES EDITOR’S CHOICE:

SMELL OF SUCCESS

The latest from Juicy Couture, Viva La Juicy Noir is a rich spritz of ripe berry, honeysuckle and sandalwood – in a display-worthy bottle. REXALL

VISIONARY

The retro cat’s-eye shape is back! Accented with a pop of bright pink, these frames give any fashionista a trendy look. KARIR EYEWEAR

A-LISTER

From desk to dusk, this brocade A-line skirt is the right choice when an after-hours occasion requires a hint of elegance. M FOR MENDOCINO

SMART CHOICE

Pairing red and fuchsia with black results in an effortlessly wearable handbag that matches everything from camel and grey to pinstripes or denim. NINE WEST

TEXT APPEAL

What a way to start the day! Enjoy a compliment with your coffee. INDIGOSPIRIT 1

Cover photo: courtesy of EXPRESS (Concourse Level)


HE’S AMBITIOUS SUIT UP! TIP TOP TAILORS

WITH COMPLIMENTS INDIGOSPIRIT

NOTABLE TOTABLE ECCO SHOES

EDITOR’S ADVICE:

BUCKLE DOWN

RETROSPECTIVE KARIR EYEWEAR

Get in step with the latest trend in men’s footwear: the buckle shoe. It’s an alternative to the lace-up when worn with a suit, yet it’s edgy enough to pair with jeans on a date.

ALDO

EAU DE POWER FRUITS & PASSION 2


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For an after-five edge, pair this season’s feminine florals with shear fabrics and ruby reds. JUDITH & CHARLES

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This modern take on the mid-century cat’s-eye frame is the shape of the season. KARIR EYEWEAR

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Who can resist a crimson satchel called “I’m the Boss”? NINE WEST

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Redrum! Ever wonder what happened to the boy in The Shining? Stephen King reveals all in Doctor Sleep. This long-awaited sequel is available September 24. INDIGOSPIRIT

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This fall’s favourite cocktail? A frosty Sidecar made with Rémy Martin VSOP Cognac. LCBO

Brenda’s glasses: Karir Eyewear

Here’s what our trend-spotting editor, Brenda Morrison, is coveting this season.

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Cocoon coats are a hot commodity and they’re roomy enough for lots of layering. OPTIONS FOR HER

Options For Her photo: courtesy of Sarah Pacini

MORRISON’S MOST WANTED


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EBONY IVORY

Think you can’t wear white after Labour Day? You definitely can! This fall, designers continue to pair black and white – in dresses, tuxedo pants, even jewellery.

SUZY SHIER

SWAROVSKI

MELANIE LYNE

RW&CO.

M FOR MENDOCINO

NINE WEST

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FOR HER: WORKDAY WONDERS Not ready to put your dark fall and winter outfits back into rotation? Work your way through early fall in shades of grey – accented with taupe and teal.

M FOR MENDOCINO

NECESSITIES

SISLEY

From designer catwalks to downtown sidewalks, off-kilter hemlines are all the rage this fall.

JUDITH & CHARLES

EDITOR’S CHOICE: The dystopian trilogy is complete! With MaddAddam, Canadian über-author Margaret Atwood wraps up her post-apocalyptic vision of the future, following Oryx and Crake and The Year of the Flood.

INDIGOSPIRIT

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ECCO SHOES

Sisley photo: FABRICA

EDITOR’S ADVICE:


FOR HIM: EXECUTIVE ESSENTIALS Returning to the classics, such as grey flannel, makes for fail-safe yet fashionable office attire. Just add hits of blue and brown to keep your look contemporary.

MAISON BIRKS

TELLO & SON CLOTHIERS

EDITOR’S CHOICE: Looking for a great book to read on your commute? In The Dinner, author Herman Koch serves up a multi-course gourmet meal in a trendy restaurant, as two couples progress from civilized companions to angry combatants.

INDIGOSPIRIT

ECCO SHOES

EDITOR’S ADVICE:

VASSI FINE MENSWEAR

Switch from the lighter fragrance you’ve been wearing all summer to a richer scent more suited for cooler days and warmer clothing. New to try this fall: Guess Night.

REXALL

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URBAN

MODE This season, designers are revved up by the look of biker chic, adding a nod to punk rock.

RW&CO.

FROM TOP: Slake Dark bracelet. SWAROVSKI Fringed-leather minaudière. NINE WEST Pleather-trimmed sweater. RW&CO. Bulldog London Dry Gin. LCBO Women’s motorcycle boot. ALDO

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Sisley photo: FABRICA

BAY STREET BASICS

SCENTS AND THE CITY

Downtown, the new woodsy floral fragrance from Calvin Klein, is inspired by the lure of the city. REXALL

STRATEGIC ACQUISITION

With a tailored fit accentuated with modern mauves, this sports coat will be your new go-to jacket. HARRY ROSEN

BORROWED FROM THE BOYS

A tweed suit is anything but masculine when it’s got a curve-hugging jacket and skinny-leg trousers. EXPRESS

PRETTY POWERFUL

You don’t have to dress like one of the boys to look in charge. SUZY SHIER

#TWEEDING

Just add this collarless jacket to a skirt or pants and you’re set for any last-minute meetings. SISLEY

DRESS TO IMPRESS

Asymmetrical pleats and ruffles take a dark dress to fanciful, figure-flattering heights. M FOR MENDOCINO 8


ISN’T THAT RICH?

GRAPE EXPECTATIONS

Lida Baday coat worn over matching deep purple separates. OPTIONS FOR HER

DROP DEAD GORGEOUS

Tear-drop amethyst pendant encased in 18kt rose gold. MAISON BIRKS

DID YOU ? W KNO TIME TO INDULGE

The Pumpkin Spice Latté is celebrating its 10th birthday! STARBUCKS

STARGAZE L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche Eyeshadow Quad in Hollywood Icon. REXALL

DESIGNER DETAILS SWEATERNADO

Paul & Shark half-zip orange sweater with leather elbow patches. HARRY ROSEN

Purple skirt suit with bold zippers and black patent-leather trim. ROSS MAYER

EDITOR’S CHOICE:

LUXE LOAFER

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Suede slipper, embellished with a gold emblem. NINE WEST

Our favourite singleton has returned! Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy catches up with our heroine and her hilarious new exploits, from drunken texting to skinny jeans. Available October 15. INDIGOSPIRIT


BLUSTERY DAYS

Outerwear dressing at its best – from peacoats and motorcycle jackets to boots and scarves – awaits at First Canadian Place.

Cognac jacket. TIP TOP TAILORS

Burberry Brit peacoat. HARRY ROSEN

Bouclé jacket. MELANIE LYNE

Women’s leather biker jacket with removable sleeves. RW&CO.

EDITOR’S CHOICE:

LIGHT WHITE WithMetallic a pale straw colour scarf. andtiger-print light floral bouquet,

Women’s leather boot. ECCO SHOES

MELANIE LYNE Jacob’s Creek Moscato 2010 white wine is a refreshing summer sipper. LCBO

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COPPER’S TOP! DOG TAGS

This MUSE design combines a mesh tag and an engravable 18kt rose gold pendant. MAISON BIRKS

GO NUTS!

Love pistachio ice cream? Then try new Pistachio Cream tea, with a smooth, sweet taste that’s ideal for cool fall afternoons. DAVIDsTEA

MANE TREND

Why just be a blonde or a brunette when you can be both! With L’Oréal Paris Féria Wild Ombré, your hair colour transitions from dark to light from root to tip. REXALL

BURNISHED

Treat yourself to a manicure and update your look with an au courant metallic, like A-Piers To Be Tan, from OPI’s new San Francisco collection. ADELAIDE SPA

PURR-FECT EVENING ELEGANCE

A delicate grey lace overlay beautifully complements the copper bodice on this Lida Baday dress. OPTIONS FOR HER

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The kitten-heeled slingback with a pointy toe is the shoe of the season. In a neutral golden hue, it pairs perfectly with a pencil skirt, a cropped, slim pant or a little black dress. NINE WEST


TAKE A HIKE

It’s time to get outside! Discover the latest in casual weekend wear for the outward bound.

Sisley Photo: SGP

T MUS E V HA

With grey flannel, cognac leather and a contrasting sole, this men’s boot looks at home on city sidewalks and rural roads. ALDO

In a rich brick hue, this lightweight, half-zip pullover is an easy layering piece for fall’s unpredictable weather. HARRY ROSEN

This car-coat length shearling goes from a country stroll with your sweetheart to a walk in the park with your four-legged friend. HARRY ROSEN

Play with proportions by layering a cropped cable-knit sweater in chili red over a longer-length white or plaid blouse. EXPRESS

Multi-coloured knits, layered tees and distressed denim are carefree and comfortable for weekend escapes. SISLEY

These funky boots are made for fall’s great adventures. Think of them as a more grown-up alternative to sneakers. ECCO SHOES

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THE

MINIMALISTS When in doubt, less is more. Stick with basic black, minimalist shapes and modern details.

Options For Her photo: courtesy of Sarah Pacini

Sisley photo: FABRICA

OPTIONS FOR HER

FROM TOP: KARIR EYEWEAR ALDO SISLEY SWAROVSKI NINE WEST

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GO FOR BAROQUE

GILDED ERA

Textured tights by Donna Karan. LEGS BEAUTIFUL

ANIMAL MAGNETISM Snakeskin print dress. RW&CO.

SCENTS OF OCCASION UNTOLD eau de parfum spray by Elizabeth Arden. REXALL

HOUR-GLASS CLASS Flocked velvet jacket and matching full skirt. ATELIER, SANDRA ANGELOZZI

SLIP OF THE WRIST Rose-gold Louise bangle. SWAROVSKI

FRAME AND FORTUNE Adding a luxurious element to your home can be as simple as placing a cherished photo in an opulent frame, or adding contrast to modern art with a warm-gold antique-style frame. ART ONE

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MODERN MIX:

COBALT AND JET

When it comes to fashion, getting the blues is a good thing! Pair it with black for a subtle study in contrasts.

VARSITY BLUES TIP TOP TAILORS

CHECKS AND BALANCES MELANIE LYNE

PEPLUM PIZZAZZ EXPRESS

MAMA’S GOT THE BLUES THYME MATERNITY

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PICK OF THE CROP

CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT My Ghosts by Scotiabank Giller prize-nominee Mary Swan.

INDIGOSPIRIT

BOO-tiful Halloween onesie.

BABYGAP

Pumpkin spice and chocolate sea salt caramels.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHOCOLATE FACTORY Tonica Kombucha sparkling organic beverage.

NATURALLY YOURS

The Taste of Fall tea collection.

DAVIDsTEA

Treat of the week! Chocolate cupcake with pumpkin icing.

PRAIRIE GIRL BAKERY Thanksgiving Blend (herbal dark roast) coffee.

STARBUCKS

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NEW NEUTRALS: BEIGE AND GREY

WRIST TAKER

Add a touch of camel with this sparkly braided crystal bracelet, featuring an adjustable snap closure for the perfect fit. SWAROVSKI

NEUTRAL TERRITORY

The classic men’s polo knit top by Burberry Brit gets the autumn treatment with long sleeves and a smoky, heathered hue – perfect for pairing with slim butterscotch jeans. HARRY ROSEN

DOUBLE KNIT

A waffle-knit grey sweater warms up with creamy textured sleeves – perfect with patterned pants. JUDITH & CHARLES

STEEL TIPS

All eyes are on this season’s metallic nail trend! We love silvery No Place Like Chrome polish from Essie. If it’s too much for the office, save for weekends (or your toes). REXALL

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Patterned pants are a trend that’s here to stay. Wear them with a tailored white shirt, a camel knit sweater or a black turtleneck. SISLEY

Sisley photo: FABRICA

GEOMETRY CLASS


FINE LINES

& LASER TREATMENTS

Sisley photo: FABRICA

Options For Her photo: courtesy of Sarah Pacini

Black is anything but basic when updated for the season with contrasting lines and precision laser cut-outs.

The ivory hem of this Sarah Pacini sleeveless knit dress emphasizes its mod trapeze shape. OPTIONS FOR HER

With on-trend chevron stripes, this clutch is certainly one to have and to hold! NINE WEST

Show off that baby bump in style with a strategically colour-blocked tunic top. THYME MATERNITY

Laser cut-outs make a classic black leather bomber jacket exceptionally feminine. SISLEY

This perforated pleather T-shirt dresses up with a pencil skirt or keeps cool with black denim. RW&CO.

Intricate detailing at the neckline is a modest way for this little black dress to draw attention. JUDITH & CHARLES

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EXPERT ADVICE:

EASE INTO AUTUMN Transition into fall with a little colour change. Start by substituting your bright pinks and kelly greens for the season’s new hues: pale pink and mossy loden green. CATHY DeSERRANNO

Cathy’s dress: Options For Her

First Canadian Place Shopping Consultant Email: cathy.deserranno@brookfield.com Phone: 416-862-6322

RW&CO.

Did you know that pink tourmaline is October’s birthstone?

PISTIL FLOWERS

ECCO SHOES

MAISON BIRKS

RW&CO.

SISLEY

SCENT NOTE: Soft and delicate enough for day, Lily eau de toilette is infused with floral notes of peony and orchid, along with a hint of white musk.

FRUITS & PASSION

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THE NEW B&B: BURGUNDY & BLUE PERFECT PAIR

A floral print clutch in deep purple and blue is a sophisticated way to combine these haute hues. NINE WEST

Guys, the easiest way to pair the duo-tones is a check shirt with a tailored shape that slips easily under a sweater or sports coat jacket. TIP TOP TAILORS

When after office calls for a little drama, try CoverGirl Flamed Out Shadow Pots in moody blues and juicy plums. REXALL

A FINE BURGUNDY

The deep lapel of this plum jacket gives the illusion of added height, while the nipped in waist has a slimming effect. SISLEY

A stylized bordeaux-leather loafer goes to new heights with a shock-absorbing sculptured heel for stability and all-day comfort. ECCO SHOES

The calendar says fall but the weather feels like summer? Try this sleeveless burgundy tunic with an on-trend black panel and zipper detail. MELANIE LYNE

See how gorgeous a grey suit looks with a trifecta of Bay Street blues: a solid shirt, a patterned tie and, of course, matching pocket puff! TIP TOP TAILORS

Here’s a sure cure for the blues! This 18kt white gold cocktail ring from the Waterfall Collection features faceted blue topaz, iolite and diamonds. MAISON BIRKS

BRIGHT BLUE

A lightweight car coat in sky blue is a brilliant choice when keeping your coat on while popping in to an event. JUDITH & CHARLES

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LEARN THE NEW MATH

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EARN A $5 GIFT CARD*

Spend $100 or more;

EARN A $10 GIFT CARD*

Spend $200 or more;

EARN A $20 GIFT CARD*

Valid receipts may be redeemed at the First Canadian Place Management Office located on the Concourse Level, weekdays from 11am to 2pm September 9 to 30, 2013.

Offer only valid on purchases from First Canadian Place fashion, shoe and accessory stores. For a list of participating retailers visit MyFirstCanadianPlace.ca/FashionFunds. †

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First Canadian Place Directory

IMPORTANT NUMBERS Brookfield Properties First Canadian Place Management Office 416-862-8138 First Canadian Place Gallery/Arts & Events 416-862-6180 First Canadian Place Shopping Consultant 416-862-6322 Parking 416-862-6304 Security Desk/Lost & Found 416-862-6319

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WOMEN’S WEAR Atelier, Sandra Angelozzi...416-682-9074 Express..............................416-214-1312 Judith & Charles.................416-203-2929 M for Mendocino................416-304-0002 Melanie Lyne......................416-368-0840 Options For Her..................416-861-8733 Ross Mayer.........................416-546-2061 RW&Co...............................416-861-9441 Sisley..................................416-362-3128 Suzy Shier..........................416-367-1756 Thyme Maternity................416-214-6398

CHILDREN’S WEAR babyGap.............................416-364-9200

MEN’S WEAR Express..............................416-214-1312 Harry Rosen.......................416-981-9097 Tello & Son Clothiers..........416-362-9079 Tip Top Tailors....................416-862-9229 Vassi Fine Menswear.........416-363-8060

SHOES Aldo....................................416-867-1118 ECCO Shoes......................416-216-4593 Harry Rosen.......................416-981-9097 Nine West...........................416-368-0611

ACCESSORIES Karir Eyewear.....................416-363-4669 Legs Beautiful ...................416-366-3839 Maison Birks.......................416-363-5663 Necessities.........................416-868-9424 Swarovski...........................416-642-0392

GENERAL SPECIALTY Adelaide Sports..................416-364-2772 Art One...............................416-368-3575 Fruits & Passion..................416-861-8119

Gateway Newstand............416-214-4605 Gateway Newstand............416-861-1352 Indigospirit..........................416-869-1079 LCBO..................................416-594-9040 Pistil Flowers.......................416-367-1200 Rexall..................................416-362-6480 Starbucks...........................416-214-5577

FOOD COURT Amaya Express..................416-214-0005 Bourbon St. Grill.................416-366-6889 Jimmy the Greek................416-362-6781 Maxim.................................416-366-2946 Mr. Sub...............................416-368-7827 Mucho Burrito....................416-214-0333 Pumpernickel’s...................416-863-9880 Santorini Café.....................416-362-6781 Soly’s Grille.........................416-863-9880 Swiss Chalet Express........416-368-2702 Szechuan Express.............416-861-0124 Teriyaki Experience............647-729-7106

MARKET PLACE Brick Street Bakery............647-288-8080 DAVIDsTEA ........................416-861-0964 Decadent Desserts ...........416-864-9944 Furama...............................416-866-7412 Greenleafs..........................416-363-7085 Ho Shim..............................416-368-0125 Jugo Juice..........................416-867-1800 Kupfert & Kim......................416-504-1233 Naturally Yours...................416-368-0100 Prairie Girl Bakery...............416-504-2253 Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory............416-363-2462 Soup It Up..........................416-364-0919 The Great Canadian Bagel...416-861-9626 The Market by Longo’s......416-304-1147 Timothy’s World Coffee......416-361-0003

RESTAURANTS Akco Lounge......................416-368-0125 Duke of Westminster..........416-368-2761 Epikourion..........................416-362-6781 Reds Wine Tavern..............416-862-7337 Szechuan Szechuan..........416-861-0124 Vertical Restaurant & Bar...416-214-2252

SERVICES Adelaide Club.....................416-367-9957 Adelaide Health Centre......416-367-5200 Adelaide Spa (ext.141)........416-367-9957 BMO Bank of Montreal......416-867-5000 BMO InvestorLine...............416-643-1778 BMO Nesbitt Burns............416-359-4000 Canada Post......................416-364-0540 Dr. Bernstein’s Diet Clinic...416-869-3118 Drs. Lebovic, Jacobs, Altman & Aronson Dental Office...416-868-1066 First Canadian Optometry Clinic..............416-363-7342 Hearing Solutions...............416-216-1845 Lasik MD............................416-646-0000 Penny Loafers Shoe Shine Co.................416-203-7496 Plus One Courier................416-365-8080 SpaMedica (25th floor).......416-644-0050 Tello’s Tailor Shop..............416-362-9079 The Preeners Custom Fabricare.............416-362-3823 The Printing House.............416-366-8884 Tip Top Tailoring Service....416-862-9229 Tony’s Barber Shop...........416-368-8108 Toronto Board of Trade......416-366-6811 Travelex Currency Exchange (located inside of BMO)....416-304-6130

FIRST is a free seasonal shopping guide published by First Canadian Place. For information, please email our editor: fcpinfo@brookfield.com. While great efforts are made to provide timely and accurate information, First Canadian Place cannot be held responsible for any errors in product information within this publication. Products featured in FIRST are subject to change and availability.

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First Canadian Place - Fall 2013 - 130+ Fall Trends & Must Haves!