Fort Langley Village

Fort Langley is a historic site that takes you back in time to the ’80s. With many antique shops and cafe’s, this place is every bloggers paradise. If you’re planning an upcoming tea party or a small get-together with your girls, then you’ll definitely want to make reservations at the Little White House & Co. […]

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Things to Know Before Attending a Music Festival

Keep calm and brace yourselves because the season of music festivals is upon us. Not sure how to prepare? We’ve got you covered with this guide of things to know before attending a music festival this summer! Forget the Flower Crowns  It’s been a fun few summers with the popularity of flower crowns, however, it’s […]

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JCI Fashion Graduate, Co-op Student and Art Enthusiast: Carolina Lara Cardoso

Carolina Lara Cardoso knew exactly what she had to do in order to pursue her dreams of becoming an Art Director in Canada and leading a creative team. After a sudden loss in her family, she gathered herself together and moved from Brazil to Canada to study Fashion at John Casablancas Institute. “I decided to […]

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May Lookbook

And just like that, it’s June! This past month has been filled with many adventures in the city, which I will be posting about soon, and new experiences. Stay tuned for a blog post on my adventures around my home town. After the longest winter that us Vancouverites have had enough of, there was no doubt that […]

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TNA Ravine Hoodie X Red

TNA recently released an exclusive street wear collection which includes tons of comfortable and oversized hoodies and I am obsessed with my TNA Ravine Hoodie in red. I absolutely love art and on the back of this hoodie there is custom designed ’90s-era artwork done by TNA’s very own artist. This soft hoodie can be […]

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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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