Vancouver Designer – Kim Legler

Hey Everyone! I had the opportunity to sit down for a one-on-one interview with the booming young Vancouver-based artist and designer Kim Legler. Kim is from Yellowknife and decided to move to Vancouver to pursue her love for art and fashion. […]

Designer Showcase – Kim Legler

Kim Legler is a Vancouver-based Fashion Designer.  She is a graduate of La Salle College and has been designing for about 7 years now. Kim is originally from Yellowknife, and comes from a fine-art background.  She is often inspired by […]

WMCFW: Anu Raina

By: Shawna Simpson In a short span of time, Anu Raina has made quite a splash in Toronto’s Art & Fashion circles. With a B.Tech in Women’s Wear from the prestigious London College of Fashion (England), Raina graduated with top […]

Toronto: Style Faux Pas

By: Shawna Simpson – Toronto Style Faux Pas is a new fashion boutique that open in December 2013 at 155 Church street, just minutes of walking distances away from Eaton Center, Dundas Square and Ryerson University. Owner and fashion stylist […]

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Spotlight: Jeeti Pooni Founder of ‘To Desire’

  Jeeti Pooni Founder of To Desire By Zara Durrani We sat down with the lovely and talented Vancouver designer Jeeti Pooni founder of To Desire luxury and couture shawls to chat about her inspiration, journey and locally made designs.   Website   Jeeti recalls being inspired […]

“Because She Lived”: In Memory of Virginia Leeming

Vancouver Fashion Week Opening Gala Remembering one of Vancouver’s most influential fashion personality…

Diane Kennedy by Louise Aird

  Vancouver Eco Designer Thrives in Railtown   by Louise Aird   A stroll through Railtown barely takes a minute; it’s pretty much one block of ugly old buildings facing the Port of Vancouver. It is, however, a busy creative […]

A Collection of Dramatic Proportions: Max Mara Pre-Fall 2013

When I was a little girl, I was positively obsessed with the Disney film adaption of Lewis Carol’s Alice and Wonderland. So much so in fact, that I was convinced that I was named for the lead character in the film (Alicia is a French derivative of the name “Alice”) and disappointed when I learned that that wasn’t the case. My favorite part of the film and book has always been when Alice first falls down the rabbit hole, drinks the magic potion and shrinks to get through the tiny little door. There was always something exciting and freeing about the notion of being able to change the shape and abilities of one’s body at a whim; perhaps that was an early sign of my love for fashion coming into play. Unlike Alice, if I want to grow a bit taller I throw on a pair of heels.