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Michelle Pham

Michelle Pham is the voice behind the fashion and social commentary blog Heels & Soul. She is Vancouver-born, American-educated and currently living in London. 

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Topshop Unique A/W 14 Show at London Fashion Week
Feb 17th, 2014
Topshop brings high-street fashion into couture-worthy pieces on the catwalk during London Fashion Week.
Tom Ford Autumn/Winter 14 Anna Wintour and Bradley Cooper
Feb 17th, 2014
Tom Ford has been a major headliner in pop culture thanks to Jay Z's popular song, "Tom Ford." It comes as no surprise that the style veterans and fashion enthusiasts of London Fashion Week have...
Style bloggers and street style are an integral part of London Fashion Week
Feb 16th, 2014
London Fashion Week is bringing eye-catching styles and bold outfits from the most style-savvy bloggers, stylists, and designers from around the world.
Sep 3rd, 2012
Four years ago in Beijing, BC native Carol Huynh catapulted to success when she made history with Canada's first gold medal in women's wrestling and the first Canadian gold of the games. During the...
Aug 27th, 2012
Live at Squamish, a three-day event hosted from August 24-26, was a superb combination of two great elements: music and the outdoors. This year's festival procured a distinctly Canadian line-up with...
May 13th, 2012
Michelle Pham paints the portrait of her mother, a fiercely intelligent woman (fluent in Russian, Chinese and English) who escaped Vietnam for a better life.
Jul 8th, 2011
In the wake of the Vancouver riot, a committee of secondary students seeks to answer the question: What can we do to prevent another night like that?
Jul 8th, 2011
Zachary Yuen, selected 119th overall by the Winnipeg Jets in last months NHL Entry Draft, is the first ever Chinese defensemen to be drafted.
Apr 17th, 2011
Each year, we send some of the brightest students to the US, in what could be described as the Canadian youth brain drain.
Apr 12th, 2011
No matter how amazing a woman is, she won’t be respected by her own sex unless she’s loved by a member of the opposite one. Women are petty this way. Is this true? Despite the suffragette movement,...
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