In preparation for their panel discussion on September 24 at the Calgary Home and Design Show, five of Calgary’s favourite interior design and decor experts weigh in on a bland room.
The founder and director of Artists Within talks about her love of high heels, Holt Renfrew and edgy makeup.
Jameela Ghann of Alora Boutique discusses her love for statement jewellery, how her heritage informs her fashion, and why she considers Solange Knowles a style icon.
The owner of the gourmet cheese shop Janice Beaton Fine Cheese shares why she can't live without Caffe Beano's Americano, Aleppo chiles from The Silk Road Spice Merchant and her mother's oatcakes.
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Janine Stabner of Janine's Custom Creations shares why she loves the Calgary Stampede, Peters' Drive-In and hiking at Lake Louise.
The front-end director at Hedkandi Salons, Butter Beauty Parlour and Johnny’s Barber + Shop always has a great hairstyle and also has a love for vintage clothing and jewellery.
See why this local artist's textiles are attracting a devoted following both locally and abroad.
The gardening and landscaping expert shares why the Dixie Chicks, Reader Rock Garden and his spade from Lee Valley Tools are all things he can't live without.
The president and CEO of Heritage Park discusses her love for jewellery, the reason she has 100 pairs of shoes and boots, and which upcoming Calgary event she is looking forward to most.
Tsang discusses working as an interior designer, his love for accessories and why he always trusts his instincts when it comes to fashion.
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Rasetti makes textiles and clothing in her home studio using only natural materials, including plants, tea leaves and onion skin. And on April 28, she's teaching Calgarians how it's done.
The co-producer of Bridal Expo and longtime volunteer with the Cinderella Gown Project on graduation memories, godmothers and no-mascara days.
From perfectly turned-out ballerinas to a dapper interior designer, the diversity and range of this city’s sartorialism is impressive.