THE FUTURE OF GENERATION Z

(An article written for John Casablancas Institute)  Generation Z is known as post-millennial students who are growing up quickly in the social media era. The young Gen-Z spend most of their time on the internet, which allows them to process information faster than other generations. According to WGSN, Generation Z will make up 20% of the workforce […]

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Don’t Hesitate, Take the Risk

Fashion is more than just needles and thread, although some parents may not understand that. Teenagers worry about one thing before, during, and after high school: “What am I going to do with my life?” Choosing a career is difficult, especially if you’re given only two options: doctor or lawyer. Many Indo-Canadian parents tend to push their kids towards a conventionally respected profession […]

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A.M to the P.M… funk.

Work. School. Gym. This Fall semester is draining but my days are going by quicker than ever! With five classes, working in Gastown, Vancouver and still making time to get a workout in, I’ve never been so exhausted and happy to be in bed by the end of my long days. It’s definitely not easy […]

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JASON PILLAY: JCI FASHION GRADUATE AND STYLIST

Born in Edmonton, Alberta and raised in Vancouver, BC, Jason Pillay is a fashion stylist who also works in the film industry and manages a small dance group. “I ALWAYS LOVED SEEING WHAT PEOPLE WORE AT RED CARPET EVENTS, FASHION AND AWARD SHOWS. EVEN WATCHING MUSIC VIDEOS, I WAS INTRIGUED BY THE CREATIVE DIRECTION.” Jason enrolled at John […]

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JCI Fashion Graduate and Canadian Designer: Mélissa Bolduc

Canadian Fashion Designer Mélissa Bolduc graduated from the Fashion Business and Creative Arts program at JCI Institute in 2003. Her love of fashion started young when at seventeen she began making her own clothes. An avid figure skater, Mélissa aspired to design a line of athletic apparel for the sport: “I learned how to sew […]

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