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The new global fashion hotlist

From bespoke tailoring in Tokyo to the world’s most coveted T-shirt in San Francisco, Andy Morris investigates the people and places you need to know if you really want to stand out sartorially

Five of the best places in the world for chocolate

Spencer Hyman, CEO of Cocoa Runners, travels the world seeking out the best chocolate by small, independent artisans and has tasted over 6,000 bars. Here, he picks five chocolate hotspots around the world

Six of the world’s best Pride celebrations

A riot at New York’s Stonewall Inn 45 years ago prompted a parade to raise awareness of LGBT rights. Since then, dozens of cities worldwide have adopted their own Pride date to celebrate love and lobby for equality. Lucy Thackray picks six of the finest

Ten music festivals you can’t miss in 2015

Looking for a festi-holiday abroad this year? From new kids on the block and old favourites to international expansions, Ianthe Butt rounds up ten of 2015’s finest

Now, new, next: Bee hotels

Ianthe Butt gets the buzz on the latest hospitality trend: bee hotels

Walking the world

A new report by The Ramblers walking charity and Macmillan Cancer Support says that walking for 20 minutes a day could save 37,000 people a year in the UK from dying prematurely of cancer, heart disease and strokes. But how to keep those walks interesting? Here are a few ideas from around the world:

Five of the best luxury Toronto hotels

Meet five new movers and shakers on Toronto's luxury hotel scene

Why I love Toronto: by its famous residents

Six of Toronto's brightest minds from the worlds of fashion, sport and art on how their city is thriving

Toronto's new lease of life

Toronto has not always had good press — not least from Canadians themselves. But even the locals have to admit that the city they love to loathe is having a moment. Mark Jones reports

T O in 2 4: a film about 24 hours in Toronto

Filmmaker Dale Hildebrand asked 24 cinematographers to shoot for 24 hours in hundreds of spots all over Toronto. The result is an exploration of the cultural pulse of the city — watch the trailer here

Toronto's new hotels and restaurants

The Canadian city is coming into its own and demanding our attention with a host of exciting openings, says Nikki Bayley

City secrets: Toronto

Toronto, brought to you by the people who really know - the locals (you can call it T-Dot from here on in). Compiled by Sorrel Downer