Hoakon+Helga handbag designer Andrea Strand lives her own laid-back, feminine style.
Local designers give crib notes on what to watch for in their upcoming collections and on the runway of the ParkShow this Saturday.
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 spent almost a decade in the retail fashion trenches before opening her eponymously named boutique on 4th Street S.W. in January 2009.
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.
There’s something for everyone at espy, an eclectic approach that describes Szanik’s personal style as well.
Interior designer Sally Healy’s unique perspective, playfulness and discerning eye makes her a local style icon.
Coutts works out of Angles Salon in downtown Calgary, taking frequent travel stints to lend his hand at events like New York Fashion Week, or to strut his stuff at hair shows across the continent.
Street style photographer, writer and publicist, Aldona Barutowicz treats fashion as her personal art show.
With a unique international perspective, Johann Zietsman, president and CEO of the Epcor Centre for the Performing Arts, came to Calgary to share his views on life and style in the arts.
Nenshi brings his confident swagger to civic politics.