Match The Scarf To The Celeb
A roster of celebrities, from homegrown hockey greats and authors to Hollywood sirens, have donated ties and scarves to help Homes First’s second annual fundraiser, Tie One On. Hosted by the CBC’s Mary Wiens on May 7, 2014, the auction raises funds to help house 5,000 homeless people living on Toronto streets.
We know a home is a reflection of personal style, but we thought we’d play a little guessing game to see if you can match the scarf to the stars (and if you really like it, you might want to buy a $50 ticket and make a bid). Scroll down to see the answers at the bottom.
1) No surprise that the Canadian maple leaf is front and centre on this team captain’s neckwear. She represented Canada at two Olympic games, and brought home the gold both times.
2) The statuesque blonde who owns this scarf isn’t just a pretty face, she won an Oscar for a gripping real life portrayal, and steps into comedic roles just as easily on Arrested Development.
3) The tie pretty much gives away which sport the owner is passionate about, but we love how he rose to the occasion in the “series of the century.”
4) This classic, conservative print belongs to a high-powered Ontario politician, but it should probably be red to toe the party line.
5) This appropriately low-key tie neckwear is from a guy who is all about putting the focus on his guests, and making them open up on his nightly Canadian talk show.
6) We love the polished style of this busy actress and producer, who is launching a new lifestyle brand in the footsteps of fellow blonde Gwyneth Paltrow. And who knew she could sing?
7) A tie that’s quirky and fun: we wouldn’t expect anything less from a master storyteller who delivers the latest dispatches from the Vinyl Café.
8) This blue scarab print scarf must have made the fiery locks of its former owner really pop. It was donated by one of Hollywood’s most famous redheads, a multiple-award winning actress who always stuns on the red carpet (and on film, especially when dressed by Tom Ford)
9) This tie is a pretty safe sartorial choice for a Canadian high flyer who spends time orbiting the earth, occasionally while strumming a guitar.