Brothers Adrian and Martinus Pool use broken skateboards, barn wood and old flooring to make them.
Chinenye Otakpor has a bold fashion sense and a catchy style philosophy: "Every woman is a queen and fashion is her playground."
She loves dance, cats and hip-hop. And all of those things have influenced her style in some way.
The barber shares why he travels to Nanton for candy, his favourite margarita at Anejo and where he goes when he's looking for a new wallet.
Four Calgary women with diverse ethnic heritages reflect on how culture and beauty intersect and why embracing who you are sometimes starts from the outside in.
The owners of Ill-Fated Kustoms + Tank share why they love antique collectibles, vintage biker rings and tailored jeans.
Whether they’re on stage making people laugh, sitting in the front row of a fashion show, out for a night on the town, or creating fashion for others to wear, this year’s best-dressed honourees know how to turn heads with their bold, classic and sometimes unapologetic personal style.
Day trips to Custom Woolen Mills near Carstairs, ramen from Shiki Menya and ceramics classes, for starters.
Her evolution from basketball jerseys to Oxford shoes and A-line skirts.
Servers in Calgary restaurants wear some of this spring's best fashion.
Elena Achilleos of La Chic shares why she loves the new National Music Centre, artwork by Franco DeFrancesca and face masks by The Face Shop.
Baylon shares why he favours items like traditional Japanese dress robes, perfectly tailored shirts and Colonel Saunders-like neckties.
Each month we search out Calgarians with a distinctive style that we admire. We ask them a bunch of questions and photograph them for our Style Q+A column. This is our 2016 lineup of stylish Calgarians.
The owner of Dixie + Twine shares why she can't live without Family Freezed popsicles, colourful notebooks or her turquoise cruiser bike.
Erin O'Connor discusses her changing style, where her sense of style comes from and why she loves '60s-era looks.