Calgary Style: How to Strut Your Stuff

Model Kim Noseworthy highlights how confidence is the key to looking and feeling great.

Skirt, vest and bustier, by local designer Paul Hardy; earrings, heirlooms from Noseworthy’s mother-in-law; ring (left hand), by local designer au+c fine jewelry; ring (right hand), a gift from Noseworthy’s mother; shoes, Zara; hair, Nicole Sanders; makeup, Bryan Francisco. Photo by Jared Sych. 

Kim Noseworthy’s three-decade modelling career has taken her around the globe and recently evolved into her latest venture: School of Walk (SofW). Founded in the fall of 2023, SofW provides aspiring models, politicians and other clients with tangible tips on how to walk through life with confidence.

“I always teach to shine from the inside,” Noseworthy says. “If you are holding yourself well and feeling confident, that is going to highlight your outfit.”

As far as her own day-to-day style goes, Noseworthy can mostly be found pairing a crop top with a flowy skirt and kitten heels, or a blouse with a pair of cargos — balancing comfort with professionalism, particularly while teaching at SofW.

“[As a model,] I’ve had to remain fairly neutral as a canvas, and that has transitioned into my personal life,” she says, noting she typically opts for minimal makeup and jewellery. “But, when I do have the opportunity, I love to get glammed up.”

Photo by Jared Sych.
Photo by Jared Sych.

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This article appears in the July 2024 issue of Avenue Calgary.

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