Fashion blogger Ania Boniecka and photographer Tyler Stalman explain their love for a "work uniform," what their weekend wardrobe consists of and the one item they each can't do without.
The owner of Meraki Supply Co. shares why road trips, notebooks and Taylor Swift's newest album inspire her.
For David Crosson, an outfit, just like a room, is never complete without a splash of colour.
The photographer and all-around creative powerhouse has a bright-and-airy Scandinavian-inspired space.
From esteemed yoga educator to fashion insider, this Calgarian has a knack for reinventing herself.
The vintage and antique collector and seller shares why pop-up markets, live music and Canada's East Coast inspire her.
Big Rock Brewery's manager of events and sponsorships talks about the shock factor of V-neck T-shirts, his definition of hipster and getting kids to drink their dad's beer.
She talks Instagram followers, being a vegan and what a few of her favourite things are.
The owner of Limitless shares why Inglewood, great olive oil and blue shirts inspire him.
The jewellery designer and metalsmith shares why sculpture, Calgary Folk Fest and Gabriel García Márquez inspire her.
In anticipation of Heather Draper's main-stage presentations at the Calgary Home + Garden show, we ask her about her favourite decor trends for 2015.
The elegant optician on how many frames she personally has in rotation, what's in her Fendi bag and how to get her look.
Seven young professionals model their modern workwear that can move seamlessly from the office to off-site entertainment after-hours.
CBC’s resident weather specialist talks about his on- and off-air style, forecasting Calgary’s unpredictable weather, and the one colour he’ll never wear on camera.
Each month we search out a Calgarian with style that we admire, ask them a bunch of questions and photograph them. This is our 2014 lineup of the most stylish Calgarians.