This book is a feast for the eyes. There’s a little Queen of the animated screen made of pen and ink, she can win you with a wink. If you want to see a perfect little she, wait ‘till you get a view of sweet Betty.
A modern magazine presented in classic form.
An exhibition dedicated to the victims of the Armenian Genocide.
All eyes are on lashes this holiday season.
The world has tapped into Canada's keep-warm secret, and so have emerging brands.
Versace flirts with low prices to reignite brand that has lost its heat.
Behind the seams of LG Toronto Fashion Week
Cooler weather typically signals sombre hues. Not so this fall.
Beauty is not skin deep for the newest Toronto spas offering holistic treatments and eco-friendly retreats.
Polka dots, that warm-weather classic, are wafting into stores.
This design celebrates nothing but a good time. It’s the kind of adornment that’s worn on the hand but goes to your head.
Setting aside the easy pursuit of print perfection, T Sans favours handmade forms that help it achieve its different goals: legibility, craftsmanship, and humanity.
'Tis the season for cookies and typography.
There is no reason why you would know Shelagh. That’s why we went to her funeral.
And interactive graphic of the passengers that were civil servants on contracts, aid workers on missions, entrepreneurs meeting clients and Haitian-Canadians returning to fulfill family obligatons. Read the stories of survivors, the ones who went missing, and the deceased.
The Star’s investigation into school suspensions and programs for expelled students. Interactive landing page.
Legendary designer Milton Glaser tells us why he tries to rebrand the problem of climate change.
A look at the revolutionaries, luminaries and criminals who have taken time out from shaping world events to pay Canada a visit - and how their visit shaped has shaped our nation.
Apologies in the 25 languages most commonly spoken in Canada.
The magic of autmn is in the changing foliage. Greens give way to sunny yellows, brilliant yellows and fiery oranges and fiery reds before the trees finally push off their leaves - all thanks to chemical processes. Here's a quick science lesson of the fall canopy.
The European Space Agency launched it's Intermediate Experimental Vehicle (IXL), paving the way for a reuseable cargo vehicle capable of surviving the blistering re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere.
SALT: How much is too much — or too little?
What do we believe in?
Presenting the ultimate chick lit book cover.
Toronto police stop, question and document hundreds of thousands of citizens each year. Most have done nothing wrong, yet their personal details end up in an ever-expanding database that police search following crimes. Here’s how it works.