Keep your eye on Spencer Badu, Anneke Forbes, Nina Kharey and Malika Rajani. They're all local designers and they're all doing great work.
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.
The owner of Reclaimed Trading Co. shares why Bowness Park, blanco tequila and "hillbilly breakfasts" inspire him.
The couple behind Mtharu, a local company that designs industrial furniture, jewellery and clothing, discuss running a business together, their style icons and their love for shoes.
The florist shares why Adele, Hawaiian islands and Calvin Klein's Eternity aftershave inspire him.
The actress and art lover has an eclectic fashion style, mixing contemporary and vintage pieces with quirky prints.
The Calgary musician talks about why she loves running in Mission, watercolour painting and Green Apple Pop Rocks from Freak Lunchbox.
The head of wardrobe at the Alberta Ballet explains how she got into the costume business and what is involved in creating costumes for a major ballet performance like The Nutcracker.
Cullen shares why Pandora Sykes' Instagram profile, Stella McCartney's designs and Burt's Bees facial towelettes inspire her.
This November, Calgarians are turning to their coats to keep them warm, and express their personal style.
With a seemingly unlimited amount of sunny yet occasionally nippy fall days, Calgarians are turning to their most versatile accessory — their scarves.