London struggles with how to deal with rowdy student behaviour and stereotypes

Friday, October 19th, 2007

Western Students: stereotypes

London is a home away from home for tens of thousands of college and university students, but do permanent London residents think students have overstayed their welcome?

Issues between residents and students have existed as long as they have shared a city. (read more)

Finding solutions to Town and Gown issues

Friday, October 19th, 2007

Contrasting houses

Integrating students and student housing into the community presents a number of challenges for London.

A number of the major stakeholders have weighed in to present solutions so everyone can live side by side peaceably. (read more)

New lingerie shop offers sexy new looks

Véronique features the best in women's underwear

Friday, October 19th, 2007

Véronique store front

Undergarments make up some of the best and sexiest outfits you’ll ever wear.

The importance of underwear is celebrated by Richmond Row’s new upscale lingerie shop, Véronique. Montréal-born owner, Véronique Hill, promises to bring French flare to London with her exclusive lingerie. (read more)

Organic crops and recycled materials latest in fashion

Soy and corn not just for food

Friday, October 19th, 2007

Paper Bead Bracelet

From Haute Couture to street style, fashion is going green this fall.

For years, terms like “environmentally -friendly clothing” made us picture hippies wearing hemp ponchos, defending their “odd smell” by insisting on its environmental advantages. (read more)

Find the perfect jeans: a how-to guide

Perfect waistlines, washes, and pockets help

Friday, October 19th, 2007

Modeling the clothes

If you were one of the thousands of students scurrying through the malls in hopes of finding the perfect pair of jeans for your back-to-school wardrobe, you may have found yourself at American Eagle Outfitters, a leading retailer for jeans. (read more)

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