Heart of Fashion 2014 — Toronto
Bigger and better than ever before, Heart of Fashion 2014 welcomed over 500 guests to an evening of fashion, food and cocktails for a good cause. As one of the year’s most highly anticipated fashion events, the soiree gathered together Toronto’s fashion and philanthropy icons to celebrate the charitable side of fashion on Oct. 25, 2014. Hosted by the North York General Foundation and Shops at Don Mills, and presented by BMO Financial Group in support of its BMO Financial Group Breast Diagnostic Centre, Heart of Fashion treated guests to a runway show featuring Shops at Don Mills retailers Oak + Fort, Madame Moje, Haight and Ashbury, Anthropologie and Michael Kors, as well as collections from Canadian designers David Dixon, Fotini Copeland and Christopher Bates. Emcee Rosey Edeh, host of The Morning Show and anchor of the News at Noon on Global, charmed the audience, which was also enthralled by a silent auction. By the end of the night, over $750,000 was raised for the cause.
I love this place!
The owner made us feel unwelcome just because we were going to use their gift card to dine there. They made us wait for an hour, since they changed our reservation on their own to accomadate their other guests. Then they limited our dining time to 30 minutes. The treatment was so terrible that we decided to forgo the gift card and dine somewhere else that showed us more respect.