Distill (55 Mill, building #47, 416-304-0033, www.distillgallery.com) has finally made its inter-Distillery District move, and to celebrate her new digs, owner Allison Skinner is setting up an open-air glass studio just outside the shop from June 13 to 15. Stop by to watch pro glass-blowers like Terry Craig and celeb students including chef Jamie Kennedy and author Andrew Piper try their lungs at huffing and puffing out plates and cups.
Cake Beauty and Foxy Originals co-host the Beauty, Bling And Bubbly fundraiser benefiting Habitat for Humanity on Monday (June 16) at the Boiler House (55 Mill, building #46). RSVP to email@example.com. Rethink Breast Cancer’s annual fashion bash has a naughty sailor theme this year and takes place at the appropriately nautical Sunnyside Pavilion on June 19. Log on to www.rethinkbreastcancer.com for tickets. Boys Night Out, July 10 in the Fermenting Cellar in the Distillery District (55 Mill), offers philanthropic dudes a chance to fundraise for prostate cancer research at Princess Margaret Hospital. Tickets are $95 via 416-440-4101.
Doc Martens is holding a boot design contest, and Toronto fashion illustrator Danielle Meder’s (www.finalfashion.ca) concept is close to the top of the heap. Log on to www.dmbootdesign.com to vote for Meder, or take her on by uploading your own submission. Fashion gossip blog www.ragsandmags.com is inviting readers to design MuchMusic Video Awards outfits for its two fictitious style correspondents to wear to the June 15 event. You have until tomorrow (Friday, June 13) to submit your style.
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Red Pegasus (628 College, 416-536-3872, www.redpegasus.ca) holds its Taste Of Little Italy sidewalk sale Saturday and Sunday (June 14 and 15). Select bags, jewellery, accessories and housewares will be discounted by up to 75 per cent. The In Accessories (www.inaccessories.com) jewellery warehouse sale benefiting St. Michael’s Hospital and the Red Cross is on now till Saturday (June 14) at 55 Queen East (suite 705), featuring semi-precious and Swarovski pieces marked down by up to 90 per cent.