AGATHA COLLANT BY JCI FASHION GRADUATE LETÍCIA MACIEL GONÇALVES

Letícia Maciel Gonçalves was born and raised in Campinas, Brazil, a city nearby Sao Paulo. Letícia moved to Vancouver in 2017 to study Fashion Business & Creative Arts at John Casablancas Institute. After years of thinking that fashion was just a hobby, Letícia was ready to change that. She wanted to create a professional business involving her two passions: fashion […]

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MEET LILLEA GOIAN: JCI GRADUATE AND DESIGNER

From a young age, Lillea Goian always knew she wanted to leave her mark in the fashion industry.  After moving to Vancouver to attend JCI straight out of high school, Lillea had already graduated from both the Fashion Business and Creative Arts and Core Design Programs shortly after her 19th birthday. She has been featured in Elle Canada, and her designs have […]

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Creative and Fashion Director, Maneli Nourbakhsh

Meet Maneli Nourbakhsh, the Creative Director of Aiki District and the Fashion Director/Career Liaison at John Casablancas Institute.   At age three, before even really knowing what fashion was, Maneli was already fascinated with illustrating women in different outfits. She loved creating from a young age but found herself equally drawn to the academic field of law […]

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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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The Early Years of Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood, (also known as Vivienne Isabel Swire), is a British fashion designer who has spent 37 years in the fashion industry. She has become one of the most successful woman designers in the industry. Westwood went through a lot in her time. She didn’t have success given to her. She earned it and it took […]

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