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The Fashion Class
The Fashion Class
Love out, love in with SummerSkin
Chelsea Maier has "upendo" tattooed along her ribcage, the Swahili word for love. This ink is a constant memory of working in Africa and defines her apparel and accessories line, SummerSkin....
Jul 23rd, 2012
Wolf Circus: jewelry without boundaries by Fiona Morrison
Handmade jewelry for the beautiful, brainy, bold and badass.
Jun 18th, 2012
A history of plaid: from railway to catwalk
For 35 years, my father wore a plaid flannel shirt to work. As a shipwright and glorified Mr. Fix-It, his uniform changed marginally from day-to-day. Tucked into faded jeans from Mark’s Work...
May 26th, 2012
Pro style tips with Gastown shopping trip
Jessie Carlson and Michelle Addison from Jessie Carlson Wardrobe held their private Gastown Shopping Trip at three of Gastown’s stylish boutiques last week: The Block, One of a Few, and...
Aug 15th, 2011
Bill Cunningham New York, a life of fashion photography
One camera, an aging bicycle, and a heart-melting smile -- fashion photographer Bill Cunningham and his lifelong love of fashion has inspired viewers from around the world. The new documentary...
May 9th, 2011