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Jessica Mulroney: A Passionate Influencer For Canadian Fashion

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When Canadian fashion strategist, brand ambassadour and royal wedding insider, Jessica Mulroney, recently took the stage at Fleur Luxury Wedding Show & Forum at Vancouver’s JW Parq Marriott to discuss bridal trends, there was one question on everyone’s mind: What was Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding really like? Intrepid host, Erin Cebula pressed Mulroney for the behind-the-scenes details. “You …

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With A Heritage of Makers Going Back 500 Years, Furniture Designer, Sumer Singh Innovates For the Future

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Talk about pressure to succeed! When you come from a long line of artists, poets and authors, an engineering degree alone just didn’t cut it for Calgary’s Sumer Singh. His passion for the arts dictated his continuing education at ACAD and Vancouver’s Emily Carr University in jewelry and textile design, sandcasting and later earning a Masters in Architecture. The New …

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Remembering Florence Knoll A Beacon for Architects, Designers, Women and Modern Thinkers

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If you were a fan of the Emmy Award-winning series, Mad Men, the intrigues weren’t merely plot and character-driven. We were all hooked on the timeless elegance of the show’s stunning interior design; from office to living room, seven seasons of a luxe but functional ‘60s aesthetic were very often characterized by Knoll furniture and textiles. Meticulously researched by set …

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Making A Layover As Much Fun As A Stayover At Fairmont Vancouver Airport

In Arts, Culture & Style, Design, News, Travel by The Editor

Travelling the globe is exciting until weather or other unforeseen circumstances puts your schedule in a tailspin. But whoever said ‘it’s the journey not the destination’ must have experienced a layover at YVR and  the Fairmont Vancouver Airport! Whether you need to catch up on much-needed sleep, workout in the gym, relax in a spa setting for an hour-long facial …

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Oakridge Vancouver Centre 2025 “A Micro-City” A Futuristic Vision of The Shopping Centre Redefines Community

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In Steven Spielberg’s 2002 sci-fi thriller Minority Report starring Tom Cruise set in the year 2054, self-driving flying cars speed past contorted condos and inside a sterile shopping centre, talking billboards call-out to indifferent consumers, their names gleaned through eyeball recognition at the check-out counters. Unlike film dystopias, it’s the cultural component of bringing diverse people together as a mix-use …

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Haute Couture Designer Guo Pei Conjures Fantasy Into Fashion

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When popstar Rihanna wore a spectacular imperial yellow 24-karat-gold embroidered silk cape that trailed 16-feet behind her as she slowly walked up the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York for the 2015 Met Ball Gala, the photos were splashed around the world. The theme was China: Through the Looking Glass and Rihanna had searched the Internet to …

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Bali On The Bench, Inspiration From Their Exotic Travels And A Shared Love Of Wine Sent A Vancouver Couple On A Quest To Build A Balinese Dream Home In Naramata

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We’ve all searched for that one perfect souvenir on holidays that when brought home, brings us endless pleasure reminiscing about the adventures surrounding its discovery (that’s assuming it arrived home in one piece.) Melding their love of wine with 30 years of exotic travel and collecting art and artifacts from their adventures throughout China and South-East Asia, a Vancouver couple …

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A Whirlwind Weekend in Toronto

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A multicultural vibe permeates the soul of Toronto. Dotted with lush expansive parks, public art and cutting-edge architecture, its diverse ethnic neighbourhoods and fantastic foodie scene makes Toronto one of the most desirable and walkable cities in the world to explore. With over 6 million people of every ethnicity and the largest city in Canada, it’s no wonder it’s also …

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Hip Locations for Celebrity Spotting In British Columbia

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With the moniker “Hollywood North,” BC is a great enticement for film production and foodie heaven when it comes to top restaurants in Canada. That combination is a fan’s map to celebrity spotting. But don’t forget to also check-out museums, sports events or bicycling along Vancouver’s seawall like Shania Twain did. You can rely on serendipity or give yourself a celebrity …