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Style Q&A with John Hardy Creative Director Guy Bedarida

Guy Bedarida, jewelry connoisseur and creative director for John Hardy, sat down with Avenue for a quick chat about style, travel and a few of his favourite things  

Style Q&A with Zahra Al-Harazi

The soft-spoken, yet bubbly Zahra Al-Harazi is a force in the creative scene as CEO and creative director of Foundry Communications

Style Q&A with Designer Nanette Lepore

On her first visit to Calgary, Lepore caught up with Avenue about her newly released collection, 5 pieces every woman should have and the importance of staying political.

Style Q&A: Kara Chomistek

In a city that is often blamed for dragging its feet when it comes to fashion, Kara Chomistek slips on her Valentino heels and marches to the beat of her own drum.

Stylish Calgarians Pick Their 8 Favourite Fall Trends

A local street style photographer and writer picks her favourite fall trends and polls Calgary's fashion community on what's hot.

Style Q&A with Model Lisa Cant

She’s stared down at you from billboards and made you wish you had her features. Lisa Cant went from shy prairie girl to fashion It-girl.

Style Q&A: Alderman John Mar

Alderman John Mar does dapper better than most civic politicians.

Style Q&A: Sophie Serafino

The Australian violinist still rocks on stage, but now it is from her home base in Calgary.

Style Q&A with Andrea Strand

Hoakon+Helga handbag designer Andrea Strand lives her own laid-back, feminine style.

ParkShow Preview from the Designers

Local designers give crib notes on what to watch for in their upcoming collections and on the runway of the ParkShow this Saturday.

Riva and Andrew Mackie: Riva’s The Eco Store

The Mackies are continuously trying to dispel the misconceptions surrounding natural fibres by bringing in mid-range-priced, stylish collections made from natural fibres that are appropriate for everything from the office to a night out on the town.

Mealan Mezzarobba: Mealan

Mealan Mezzarobba spent almost a decade in the retail fashion trenches before opening her eponymously named boutique on 4th Street S.W. in January 2009.

Mary Douglas: Mariah Contemporary Clothing

With a commerce degree and 10 years under her belt in the oil and gas industry, Mary Douglas wanted a change. In March 2000, she opened Mariah Contemporary Clothing — named after the pen name she used as a child when writing stories.

Megan Szanik: espy

There’s something for everyone at espy, an eclectic approach that describes Szanik’s personal style as well.

Style Q&A With Sally Healy

Interior designer Sally Healy’s unique perspective, playfulness and discerning eye makes her a local style icon.