Fashion for festivals and more
Preparation is key to a good time
June 11: Renaissance-esque festival brings together pirate, viking and steampunk cultures
A look at selfies from every angle
Tattoos that follow fashion
The rising popularity of antiques
Andraea - “I’m inspired by bold choices and colour. Things that other people wouldn’t wear. Oh... And good deals.”
New salon delivers dapper decor
Bare or made-up, local groups support feeling good about ourselves
Cassie - “This is my hungover in winter look.”
Weddings don’t all need to be the same
New thrift store on Sherbrook will enrich the community
Bearded folk imbue their hair with meaning
Embracing the natural in skin care products
Pearl “This is just me keeping it simple.”
Debora Adeosun “I like dressing casual but sporty. I like smiling and it compliments my dressing.”
I’ll admit, alarm bells sounded in my head at the thought of writing an article on back-to-school fashion. Images flashed before my eyes: an all-consuming, ever-disposing fashion industry that maintains oppression through visibility and invisibility, yet back-to-school fashion.
Local designers make their wares functional, beautiful, and make their wearers feel good.
36 Manitoba fests and the advice you need to make it through.
If your spring wardrobe needs some new threads, Hybrid Clothing has you covered.