Those familiar with Twigg and Hottie know it as a young and funky boutique on Main Street. But if you've visited recently, you'll notice a real change. A simple and minimalist aesthetic has replaced the previous eclectic and very pink look the store once had. This past August, Makeuse.ca, a company that works with all reclaimed materials, was hired to give the store a fresh updated look. Working with a neutral palette, the store was renovated with clothing racks, shelving and tables all built from salvaged pieces of wood. The new look reflects the store's commitment to sustainable designer oriented clothing.
WE3 is a collaborative effort of the store's three main designers - Glencora Twigg, Christina Hotton and Jessica Vaira. Its first collection was revealed in 2007 in response to a need for more quality made pieces. After managing the hurdles of the recession - unreliable fabric, production orders not being met - the line ha... read more
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Walking into The Waterfall Building for the September launch of standing armed's S/S 2012 offering, the first thing you noticed was colour. 16 models were arranged along the walls in a wash of invitin... read more
Brenda Wong's final wish is to be cremated in a classic Chanel suit - the obvious choice of course for any veteran of the fashion industry like herself. Wong remembers the first time she was in Paris ... read more
At only 15, Lauren Carrie got her start modelling this year after some time spent pleading with her mother to let her pursue her fashion ambitions. Her daringly fashionable Grandma Bev influenced her ... read more
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Eugene Choo is a unique fashion boutique located in Mount Pleasant. The brainchild of owner Kildare Curtis, the unusual name originates from a childhood friend. The owner's impeccable taste is reflect... read more
Victoria Ronco and Dave Kelly are the talented designers behind Divina Denuevo, a sustainable accessory collection. Reclaimed leather is used as much as possible and pieces are embellished with disti... read more
Although he has 30 years of excelling in the North American hair industry, Myles Laphen is often known locally as the always smiling, yoga bag toting, hair stylist extraordinaire. His artistic energy... read more
For Karsten Ergetowski, fashion design was a discovery waiting to be uncovered. In high school he was heavily into graphic design and silk screened hockey jerseys for his school team. They became an i... read more
It is with great excitement Vancouver Fashion eZine presents our new blog as well as introduces you to Fame'd - the new title we will be publishing under beginning this fall.
The VFE-Fame'd ... read more
Oct. 3 - A Modern Classic - Malene Grotrian F/W Launch at Performance Works (1218 Cartwright St., Granville Island). Flow meets structure in this fashion event. VIP Guests will enjoy a pre-show rece... read more
You are lucky to be able to choose from a variety of schools. How to choose?
Here is an easy to follow, step-by-step guide to help you.<... read more
The FAMED magazine is promoting the best talent by featuring some of the most creative people (designers, photographers, make-up artists, stylists, models etc.) in every magazine issue.