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Spotted from the Backseat: CANFAR’s Bloor Street Entertains 2011 Edition


Barbara Amiel, Baroness Black of Crossharbour

On November 22, the Bloor/Yorkville community hosted the 15th annual Bloor Street Entertains, a fundraiser in honour of CANFAR. While I was an attendee last year, this time around I found myself playing the role of society photographer for the evening, and boy was it grand. With 20 luxury stores on Mink Mile lending their space as dinner venues, including Holt Renfrew, Tiffany, Cartier and Hugo Boss, and only the boldest of Toronto’s bold-faced names in attendance, it was one of the most glamourous events I’ve had the pleasure of covering.

Scurrying from boutique to boutique in the pouring rain (rather unglamourously), I captured everyone from Barbara Amiel, wife of Lord Conrad Black, to Hilary Weston, the 26th Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, to FLARE Magazine‘s Editor-in-Chief Lisa Tant, all in their red carpet-ready finest. And all for a very worthy cause; read about how you too can support the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research, in your own way, over here.


Hilary Weston, 26th Lieutenant Governor of Ontario


Lisa Tant, Editor-in-Chief of Flare

xx, S

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3 comments to Spotted from the Backseat: CANFAR’s Bloor Street Entertains 2011 Edition

  • Great looks, I am trying to come up w/ great holiday looks. I like to develop a variety for a range of personalities.

  • FASHION LOVER

    THE PHOTOGRAPH AT THE 2011 CANFAR EVENT ON BLOOR STREET STATES THAT THE PHOTOGRAPH OF THE BLOND LADY IN THE BLACKCUT OUT GOWN IS “PHILATHROPIST MRS SYLVIA MANTELLA”,
    THAT IS MOST DEFINTELYIS NOT HER.
    I WOULD RECCOMMEND THAT A CORRECTION BE MADE AND THIS INDIVIDUAL BE CORRECTLY IDENTIFIED
    -FASHIONLV

  • Andrea R. Devon

    Absolutely, I must agree with the comment above from “FASHION LOVER” ..
    That lady taggged” Sylvia Mantella “is most certainly not her, perhaps the fact checker should have clarified that one!
    -ARD

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