The Sweater Song – Rebecca Taylor’s

The Sweater Song

Kari Barrett

 

Pull on a flannel and dig out your old Doc’s. The 90’s is the way for fall. Sulking down the runway at Mercedes-Benz fashion week, a bit of grunge and a touch of feminine sophistication ran frequent through many collections.

 

Photo courtesy of Imaxtree

 

Rebecca Taylor’s collection screamed grunge, although it was not without a few sweeter elements.  Movement was everywhere.

Celeb Style: Fiona Forbes

 

 
 
Questions by Tybie Lipetz @Tybielipetz
 
 

What are the top 3 must haves in your closet?

 
A killer pair of heels, a simple little black dress and my favorite leather jacket.
 
 

What’s your go-to outfit?

 
When I##Q##m not at work? J Brand skinny jeans, a simple tank or t-shirt and a great pair of boots.
 
 

What’s your go-to  store?

 
BCBG, Aritzia & Barney##Q##s
 
 

Who’s your favourite designer?

 
That is like picking a favorite child! I always love Burberry – they are both fashion forward and classic.

Celeb Style: Devon Weigel

 

Celeb Style: Devon Weigel

 
 
Questions by Tybie Lipetz @Tybielipetz
 
 

What are the top 3 must haves in your closet?

 
At the moment I’d say, a pair of dark denim boot cut Hudson jeans (stupidly comfortable), a blazer and good ol’ Frye boots.
 
 

What’s your go-to outfit?

 
A flowy printed silk mini-dress with boots or booties.
 
 

What’s your go-to store?

 
I find myself in Club Monaco more often than not. Pretty much everything in there is really, really nice. Club Monaco couture as I like to call it.

Celeb Style – CLÉ BENNETT

 

Celeb Style – CLÉ BENNETT

Questions by Tybie Lipetz @Tybielipetz

It has been an incredible year for two-time Gemini award winner Clé Bennett with his role alongside an A-list cast in one of the film festival circuit gems of 2010: “Barney’s Version”. Clé has a supporting role in the acclaimed dramatic feature film. The film’s A-list cast included Paul Giamatti and Dustin Hoffman. With industry recognition of his amazing performances Clé is realizing his dreams.

 

Following an outstanding performance in “Barney’s Version”, Bennett secured major roles on Global TV##Q##s “Shattered” and the new hit Showcase series “Lost Girl”.

Celeb Style: Victoria Bidewell

Questions by Tybie Lipetz @Tybielipetz

Victoria’s first role and big break was in the feature film ‘What Lies Beneath’ with Harrison Ford and Michelle Pfeiffer. She has also appeared in ‘Good Luck Chuck’ and ‘Alien Vs Predator: Requiem’.

 

Most recently, she plays the lead role in the feature film ‘Comforting Skin’, released early in 2011, opposite Tygh Runyan. She plays Koffie, a complex young woman, who has a very unique relationship with her tattoo. The cast includes Philip Granger, Eugene Lipinsky, Paul Jarrett, Jane Sowersby and Jennifer Griffin and is directed by Derek Franson. Television roles have included ‘The L Word’, ‘Supernatural,’ the pilot for ‘Hiccups’ and numerous commercials.

Celeb Style: James Clayton

 Celeb Style: James Clayton

Questions by Tybie Lipetz @Tybielipetz

Most recently, James wrapped an episode on the fourth season of Fox’s hit series “Fringe”. The seventh episode of the season (featuring James) airs in mid-November. James plays a character named Ned, who happens to hit on a girl the killer in the episode wants to get involved with. The killer tracks Ned down and their story unfolds.

Since booking his first role in “K19: The Widowmaker”, starring Harrison Ford and directed by Kathryn Bigelow, this young talent has been adding versatile credits to his acting resume.

Celeb Style: Juan Riedinger

 

 
Questions by Tybie Lipetz

Diversely talented and dedicated, Juan lives and breathes acting. He has taken on every role he can get his hands on, trying to hone his craft at every opportunity. Juan has over 60 impressive film and television credits to his name and has worked directly with four Oscar winners.  A few films Juan has starred in include: “Grave Encounters”, “Jennifer##Q##s Body” (Megan Fox, Amanda Seyfried, Adam Brody), “The Day the Earth Stood Still“(Jennifer Connelly),”Aliens Vs. Predator”, ”Hardwired” (Cuba Gooding Jr.), “Shred I & II” (Tom Green), “Black Christmas”, “2  Frogs Dans L##Q##Ouest” and “Duke”.  Audiences can also see Juan starring in the short film “Blood/Sweat/Tears”, which screens at VIFF on Oct.

Increased Anticipation

 

 

An outfit of simple androgyny, this look is classic and uncomplicated. The look is made up basics, a set of muted essentials. As the only pattern in the outfit is the floral scarf, the all-over solid blacks and blues act as an effective canvas. The addition of floral in this boyish look creates a harmony of masculine and feminine. Tied as a bow, the touch of masculinity comes through.