We’re mad for Bettie Page

We recently saw Bettie Page Reveals All at Toronto’s Royal Cinema and it was astounding. Bettie is the greatest pinup model of all time and has lived a life crazier than anyone could imagine. We were seriously impressed, shocked and inspired all at once.

As an homage to Bettie we’re featuring our Cheetah Bettie Sweater in her honour! Super soft with 7% angora rabbit hair, (bunny friendly) this gorgeous beige & black sweater hugs you in all the right places. Add a little va va voom to your wardrobe and rock this Bettie sweater like the pinup-worthy babe you are  ♥️



Hate and Heartbreak is revamping

Hate and Heartbreak has undergone some major changes in the last six months, such as moving storage spaces, renovating our office space and popping up at the incredible Leslieville Arts Market. We are so stoked to be working with some supremely talented local artists on our first in-house unisex line which will begin trickling out next month. And of course we’ll be adding to our one-of-a-kind vintage & unique finds weekly so come hang out with us and see what we’ve found ♥️

Actress Kristin Fairlie launches POP Up shop Hate and Heartbreak, Clothing for the bruised and broken.


TORONTO, ON – Actress Kristin Fairlie has launched her first pop up shop for her online clothing store Hate and Heartbreak. Hate and Heartbreak is a collection of lovingly curated clothing, selected from film sets and wardrobe set sales across Canada and including Los Angeles, New York and London. Each item is the only one of its kind available at Hate and Heartbreak, which means the pieces are as unique as the shopper. “Hate and Heartbreak is about what comes after,” Kristin explains. “You pick up the pieces, you buy that new shirt or dress, and you get back out there, and that’s what we want to represent. We support the choice to overcome and move forward stronger than before.”

A Toronto native, Kristin spends her time between Toronto and Los Angeles, and has graced screens big and small for the past 20 years. A Young Artist of Hollywood Award winner at the age of 15 for her film The Sweetest Gift, Kristin has appeared in films and television series including the award winning feature comedy You Might as Well Live, Instant Star, Flashpoint, Heartland, Murdoch Mysteries, Metropia, Train 48 and Road to Avonlea.  She is well known as the voice of Little Bear on the Internationally loved children’s cartoon Little Bear, and also as the voice of Bridgette on Teletoon’s hit series Total Drama Island. Most recently Kristin completed the Julia Roberts-produced film Jesus Henry Christ, and appeared in a cameo role in the indie film Moon Point.

Hate and Heartbreak’s pop up shop is from March 15th to April 15th and is located at 553 Queen st. West inside Brava Couture in the heart of the Fashion District.  You can follow Hate and Heartbreak and Kristin Fairlie on Twitter @h8nhrtbrk & @kristinfairlie . For more information visit www.hateandheartbreak.com. & www.imdb.me/kristinfairlie


Our first POP up shop opening this Thursday March 15th at Queen and Spadina ♥

Hate and Heartbreak, Clothing for the bruised and broken, is pleased to announce the opening of our first Spring POP up shop in the heart of the Fashion District. We will be open March 15th-April 15th inside Brava Couture at 553 Queen st. West. Hope to see you there ♥

Model: Jordan Becks
Styled & Edited by: Kristin Fairlie
Photo shot by: Laura Garcia