Fall Back In Love With Our Favourite Fall Essentials

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There’s a lot to <3 about Fall and the crisp Autumn weather. Who doesn’t love bundling up and sipping on all the pumpkin chai lattes? Here are a few of our favourite fall things. Let us know what you love the most about the change of seasons (is it the #fallback time change with an extra hour of cozy sleep?).

The Saje aromaTime Diffuser:




















The new aromaTime from our favourite wellness connoisseurs is the first diffuser with two different scent capabilities.

The aromaTime wakes you up with a scent, rather than an alarm. You can diffuse your fave peaceful scent at night, then diffuse a new scent to wake you in the morning. Maybe now you’ll skip hitting snooze in the morning!

David’s Tea Pumpkin Chai

There’s nothing cozier than wrapping your hands around a warm mug of Pumpkin Chai tea from David’s Tea Fall collection. Sip on the smooth and sweet black tea spiced with caramel, pumpkin candies, cinnamon, and cloves. The rustic tea set is perfect for romanticizing a getaway to the log cabin. It’s possible!




Keep Warm with MEC
















MEC fall jackets, mugs and camping gear are quintessential Canadian Fall must-haves.

And what’s better than having a toasty hot chocolate in an MEC copper mug with coordinates of your MEC home base. Bring it with you if you’re brave enough to go camping during the Fall and Winter seasons!


























Take a Stroll Through Bloor-Yorkville

If you’re looking for a place that perfectly captures the Fall feeling, take a stroll through Bloor-Yorkville. With its boutique shops, lively restaurants, and walkable paths, Bloor-Yorkville offers an opportunity to take in the colours of fall, snap a few Instagram-worthy photos and treat yourself to something special at one of its many shops.













NKPR ♥ Love Art Fair: Laurie De Camillis

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We’re so excited for the launch of Love Art Fair in Canada! Coming to Toronto this May 8 – 11, Love Art Fair will be hosting 50+ galleries showcasing affordable, contemporary art including original paintings, artist-made prints, sculptures and photographs…all under one roof! As lovers of contemporary art ourselves (take one look at the office and you’ll see what we mean), we’re thrilled to celebrate with the Toronto art scene and get to know our local galleries.

As the Love Art Fair approaches, Love Art has been featuring weekly blog posts showcasing the various galleries participating in the fair, giving us an inside look at what’s to come during this amazing 4 day event. We thought we’d share some of our favourite highlights, starting with Canadian artist Laurie De Camillis, founding member of the Canadian Art Collective in Toronto!

Who/what inspires you?
LD: Canadian painters such as David Milne, and on a more contemporary side, Charles Meanwell. I like painters whose work is simple and direct. And I look for those who use contradictions and paradoxes in their work.

Is painting something you do mainly for yourself? Or your viewers?
LD: It’s a mix. It is mostly for myself. I have to satisfy myself. Sometimes I go in directions that aren’t pretty

What is the best art tip you have ever received? And by whom?
LD: Ted Lindberg, curator at the Vancouver Art Gallery who said to me “don’t worry about your career; just do your painting and look after yourself.”


Read the full interview with Laurie De Camillis and purchase tickets for Love Art at www.loveartfair.com.

Tweet us at @natashankpr and @LoveArtTO to let us know if you’ll be attending Love Art Toronto!