A trip to the Leighton Art Centre, just minutes from the southwestern edge of the city, is a chance to dress down, unwind and take in the expansive views of the foothills.
PARKSHOW 2016 provided two exciting nights of fashion for some of the city's most stylish to strut their stuff.
PARKSHOW 2016 is bigger than ever with 15 emerging designers in two unique runway shows over two evenings.
The new power suit is anything you want it to be. Whether you’re at work or at play, you call the shots when it comes to what you want to wear. Why? Because it’s 2016.
Spring is really here, and it’s time to shed those sad layers of practicality and slip into something fresh and exciting. We’ve gathered the best looks of the season to show you where to go from here.
Students from the Fashion Institute by Olds College showcased their ready-to-wear and costume designs from the past year.
Today’s hottest trend has nothing to do with hot pants, sequined culottes or polyester pantsuits, yet it has everything to do with the decade we thought we’d never revisit fashion-wise.
Punch in and punch up your office wardrobe with snug knits, sleek layers, a hint of colour and the right accessories.
Blend the lightest fall fashions with resort wear for a wardrobe that will go from December in Calgary to warm-weather destinations with ease.
This November, Calgarians are turning to their coats to keep them warm, and express their personal style.
Read how Chelsea Watson edited her wardrobe to just 40 perfect items.
For Calgary’s diverse workplaces, almost anything goes when it comes to proper attire. But when a business look is required, fashion has shifted away from the stodgy buttoned-up suits your dad wore. Today’s looks are creative and refined, yet still manage to look put together, day or night.
With a seemingly unlimited amount of sunny yet occasionally nippy fall days, Calgarians are turning to their most versatile accessory — their scarves.
When deciding what to wear this season, consider wearing everything. Dresses layered on top of dresses, turtlenecks under blouses, pants under skirts — it’s all in play.
Here's what we saw while strolling down Stephen Avenue one afternoon.