Brand of the Year

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2021 Brand of the Year: High-touch meets high-tech at Harry Rosen

How the iconic menswear retailer reset its brand for a new generation of customers.

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2021 Brand of the Year: Telus makes the future friendly

How the telco is putting its technological prowess to work solving critical human needs.

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2021 Brand of the Year: For Sephora, beauty is in the eye of the customer

The retailer is transcending beauty standards and giving a voice to diverse communities.

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2021 Brand of the Year: Aritzia climbs to new heights

With a surging ecomm and U.S. business, the fashion retailer is in full expansion mode.

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2021 Brand of the Year: The MCHF’s rebel mindset

How the children’s hospital has overcome barriers charities have faced by embracing its bratty side.

Brands to Watch

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Brands to Watch: As Cheekbone Beauty grows, so does its mission

The brand is working to drive Indigenous representation in the beauty space.

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Brands to Watch: Kits brings convenience to eyecare

The newcomer to the eyeware scene is taking cues from the lifestyle and fashion world to market its products.

Upfronts

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Recommerce expands beyond fashion

The resale market is on the rise, as the stigma attached diminishes and consumers search for a sustainable path.

Editor's Note

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Editor’s Note: Please stay, don’t go

Depending on who you’re talking to, the Great Resignation is, well, pretty great.

Feature

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The Big Quit

How marketers and advertisers are combatting turnover by reimagining the future of work.

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