Miss Moço on Returning to IRL Drag for Pride and Educating The Next Gen

Photography courtesy of Miss Moço.

This Pride Month, FASHION is giving space to local LGBTQ2S+ voices in the creative community to share what it means to them — and how they’ll be celebrating.

When Toronto-based drag queen Miss Moço appears at the PlayDate Pride event (with food and drink included with your ticket) on June 27, she’ll be hitting the stage with other reigning stars such as Jada Hudson, Kiara, Juice Boxx, Steak and Manny Dingo; the event will be hosted by Tiffany Boxx.

For these fierce faces, the socially-distanced outdoor show won’t simply be another item in a joyful, educational and healing schedule of festivities — it will be a comeback after the thick of COVID-19 in much of Canada, a time during which many drag artists were only able to perform virtually for fans.


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Indigenous TikTok Creators You Should Follow Immediately

Photography courtesy of Kairyn Potts

From showing off Indigenous regalia to educating people on shared histories, these Indigenous content creators deserve an instant follow.

Today marks the 25th annual National Indigenous Peoples Day in Canada, a time to celebrate the richness of Indigenous culture while recognizing there is still much work that needs to be done in regards to reconciliation. Through fashion, music and comedy (among other things), Indigenous content creators have been educating people through their social media platforms — and we can’t get enough. To help you get started, here is a list of five creators who are amplifying Indigenous stories through their lived experiences and sharing it on TikTok.

Marika Sila (@thatwarriorprincess)

@thatwarriorprincessGuess which part was more fun to play? 🐒 The receptionist? Or the Queen? 👑 ##nativeamerican ##culture ##indigenous ##inuit ##feminist♬ The Queen is Coming – Seth
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Stella McCartney Fall 2021 Collection Nods to Animal Cruelty + More News

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Including the launch of Afterpay’s innovative Genderfree shop and the first summer clothing capsule from Allbirds.

It was a busy week in the fashion world. In keeping with her enduring focus on sustainability, Stella McCartney delivered her Fall 2021 lineup with a fantastical presentation of fashionable animals. Also aiming to make the future of fashion a little greener, Allbirds added hemp fabric to its roster of natural materials for their new summer line. Plus, Afterpay is blurring the lines with a genderless shopping platform. Read on to find out more about what global changemakers are doing to make the fashion world a better place.

Stella McCartney’s Fall 2021 collection is a direct nod to animal cruelty

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Enter a world where animals and humans coexist as equals with Stella McCartney’s Fall 2021 campaign “Our

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Your Guide To Drag Scenes Across Canada, From Halifax to Whitehorse

Photography of DeVery Bess by Dana Marsh

“I think Calgary has one of the best, bar none, drag scenes in the entire country.”

Despite the ongoing closure of queer spaces throughout the country, drag is popping up in venues all over, from straight cowboy-themed bars to libraries, bowling alleys, and cruises out on the ocean. The surge in popularity of the art form over the past decade has helped create — and in some cases, re-energize — drag scenes across Canada.

Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver may be Canada’s best-known drag hubs, but there are vibrant, captivating performers all over. As Winnipeg’s Prairie Sky puts it, “Drag happens anywhere queer people have a closet and a mirror.” With Pride Month in full swing, FASHION spoke to drag artists from five Canadian cities to learn more.


Treaty 1 is home to one of Canada’s

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Never Have I Ever Season 2 Release Date + More Questions Answered

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Including the season 2 release date, which beloved cast members will be back and what to expect in the next chapter of Devi’s high school life.

After premiering in April 2020, Netflix’s Never Have I Ever quickly became a beloved quarantine comfort show. The binge-worthy dramedy, written by actor Mindy Kaling, is a coming-of-age story about Devi (played by Mississauga-born actress Maitreyi Ramakrishnan), a first-generation Indian American teen who’s trying to establish a cool girl image at her high school. The show follows Devi’s experiences dealing with her overbearing yet loving mother, her father’s recent passing, and her challenges trying to reach certain milestones of adulthood (like losing her virginity), with every episode full of the the classic Mindy Kaling humour we know and love.

The show received countless accolades for its debut season, so it’s

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