My name is Amanda Rebecca Cosco and I’m a freelance writer & multimedia journalist based out of Toronto. I'm currently interested in the intersection of fashion and technology.
I catch up with CEO Ethan Song to find out how Frank & Oak is leveraging tablets to bridge its online presence with new brick-and-mortar locations.
Once a year, our growing tech community clusters at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre for Dx3, Canada’s largest digital conference and trade show.
A recent panel discussion at the Working Group in Toronto looked at the relationship between technology and fashion as it pertains to retail.
Canada is pushing the limits of wearable technology, and Toronto in particular has become a hotbed, experiencing a flurry of activity and curiosity in this space.
Born with achromatopsia, a rare visual condition which prevented him from perceiving colour, Neil Harbisson has cybernetically altered his body with the antenna so he can hear colour.
It’s called “branded journalism,” or “content journalism,” and it’s the next big movement in communications, but traditional media figures are shaking their fingers.
Twice a year, Montreal-based fashion brand Rudsak puts on one of the most anticipated runway shows at World Mastercard Fashion Week, and this season…
Montreal-based Soia & Kyo showcased a Scandinavian-inspired collection created for the Canadian runway
Farley Chatto wowed audiences at WMCFW with a regal, Russian-inspired runway show
Twice yearly for one week, Toronto’s David Pecaut Square is transformed into a fashion fantasy. Designers work tirelessly all season to put together their collections,…
While some may think TOM is all about boy babes and parties, there’s actually a heartwarming story behind the whole event.
There are two mammals who love the cold February weather: dogs and ice sculptors.
I’m on the front lines covering Toronto’s creative beat. From fashion shows to flea markets, from the art gallery to graffiti alley, I'm into culture — high and low.
Fresh City Farms is an organization that’s harvesting Hogtown’s green space and trying to rekindle the long-lost intimacy between people, land, and food.
Last week, Chef Shahir Massoud and the Levetto team invited me for lunch at their new location at 68 Sudbury Street.
With Mercury Espresso, Te Aro Coffee Roasters, Tango Palace, and the original Dark Horse all a short walk away, some may wonder if Leslieville needs another independent cafe… but then you taste the fritters.
A night living lavishly at Toronto’s member-only clubhouse for grownupsRead More
Chef’s Plate is a new deliver-to-your-door food service that wants to reconnect Torontonians with fresh ingredients.Read More
Beauty and brains—who says you can’t have it all? Motorolla’s new smartwatch doesn’t make you choose.Read More
Do you love music? So does Jack Daniel’s.Read More
Coca Cola knows that women not only have huge buying power, they’re also the pillars of good business.Read More
‘Tis the season for gift-giving and Kris Kringling. I was especially spoiled this year when these sweet treats from Shortie Bread Girl showed up…Read More