Paul Mason, a Canadian model-turned-Kris Kringle, is known as 'Fashion Santa' at Toronto's Yorkdale Mall, but unlike Saint Nicks of years past, Paul boasts a trim frame and smoldering blue eyes. Fashion Santa at Toronto's Yorkdale Shopping Centre is raising money for the SickKids Foundation.
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Fashion santa yorkdale mall. Santa Claus may be a timeless figure, but through the ages he has never had a figure like “Fashion Santa” at a Toronto-area mall. Paul Mason has been a model for more than thirty years. Leave it to Yorkdale to transform Mr. Claus, best known for having a belly that shakes like a bowl full of jelly, into a legit style icon. The so-called Fashion Santa, a.k.a. 51-year-old model and. Paul Mason is a fashion model, entrepreneur, and now is the one and only Fashion Santa allowed in existence. The result of a legal battle between the model and Toronto's Yorkdale Shopping Centre.
Obvs the coolest santa ever 👌 #fashionsanta #fashion #santa #christmas #hohoho #yorkdale #yorkdalemall #toronto #canada #canadian A photo posted by @sprightly.to on Dec 5, 2015 at 10:43am PST. Now shoppers at Yorkdale Shopping Centre will have to decide whether they believe in Fashion Santa, after a new man stepped into the high-top sneakers and distressed jeans of the mall’s holiday. Meet Paul Mason, the Fashion Santa! Mason, who's been modeling for 30 years, looks like a thin, younger version of the Santa everyone knows. He can be found at Toronto's Yorkdale Mall, which will donate $1 to the SickKids Foundation for every person who snaps a selfie with Mason and posts it on social media using the hashtag #YorkdaleFashionSanta.
Toronto's OG Fashion Santa revealed to TMZ this weekend that he now owns the trademark and copyright for his character after winning a legal battle against Yorkdale. The mall had tried to trade. Fashion Santa 2016 will be appearing at Yorkdale beginning on Black Friday, November 25 th and every Saturday thereafter leading up to Christmas at the Centre of Style photo booth in the new wing near Nordstrom. Yorkdale will be donating $1 to SickKids Foundation for every selfie shared using #YorkdaleFashionSanta. Santa has come to town and he’s inviting everyone to visit – on special days, pets are welcome too. At Santa’s Chalet, where the halls are decked with the magic of the season, there’s room for everybody – with a spot by the fire to have your picture taken with Santa Claus and lots of cozy corners for taking your own selfies.
Two years ago, he grew a beard and adopted the identity of Fashion Santa, turning heads at the shopping centre. He appeared at Yorkdale mall at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday. The appearance was his first. Fashion Santa will make several more visits to Yorkdale Mall (December 12, 13, 19, 20, and 23), for those who can’t wait to take a picture with him. Yorkdale Shopping Centre Paul Mason had been working as a fashion model in the United States and Europe when he returned to Toronto. This fateful return to his hometown would mark the beginning of a number of life and professional changes and developments; perhaps most notably his persona as Fashion Santa...
Yorkdale initially promised to donate $1 to Sick Kids Foundation for every selfie snapped with the fashionable Santa and posted on social media with the hashtag #YorkdaleFashionSanta, up to $10,000. Yorkdale's Fashion Santa has also developed a following on Instagram. (yorkdale.com) Mason has been a fashion model for 30 years and his look inspired his collaboration with the mall to create. Yorkdale Shopping Centre has revealed that model Adam Martin will be replacing Paul Mason as this year’s Fashion Santa. For the past two years, the Toronto mall has rolled out a wildly.
Yorkdale Shopping Centre has confirmed that there will not be a Fashion Santa on site this year. Instead, the mall is building a brand-new holiday attraction called "Santa's Chalet," which. An unusually stylish Toronto mall Santa has gone global, making headlines from North America to Europe. Photos of Yorkdale Shopping Centre's hipper version of the man in red have been published.