Montreal Fashion Features
As we are revving up to go to the beach for Spring Break; some of us are just starting a diet and trying to lose weight for the summer and some of us have achieved our desired weight and want to maintain status quo. Many of my clients watch what they eat and many ask me to help them gauge their eating requirements to complement their training program in order to get faster results. Below I will provide you with an example of a one-day meal plan that was designed for a 1500-calorie consumption.
Fashion Week is essentially centered around runway shows for future collections. Last Wednesday evening at the McCord museum, we took a step back in fashion history. Two of the most prestigious designers of the 20th century were celebrated in brilliant documentaries: “Cristóbal Balenciaga – Endurance in an Ephemeral World” and “Monsieur Hubert de Givenchy”.
If you've been following, or even trying to keep up with the many new online fashion companies being born every other day, you're bound to feel overwhelmed. But when a newbie like Glossybox comes along to Canada (after months of success in Europe), complete with instructions on how it's going to make your make-up life easier and keep you abreast of the latest trends, both while saving you money, it makes you take notice. The folks at Glossybox were very kind to send me my first box of goodies, and I absolutely love every product in it. Not just the products are amazing, but the packaging and keepsake box (with labels) are attractive and practical too.
When social entrepreneurship and fashion come together right in my backyard, I'm always interested to learn more. Which why I was eager to meet with Ben Gruber, the CFO of a young company, with business savvy to drive social change. Montreal-based Moral Fibers, gives artists in Haiti the opportunity to pull themselves out of poverty through a full-time job creating art for fashion. The company's mission in short: Sport a Moral Fibers shirt and wear the difference you want to see in the world!
From skinny to super flare, this Montreal-based company offers jeans that are trendy, sexy and affordable.
As a devoted shopper, there is little I enjoy more than hitting the pavement (or mall) to find new gems for my ever-growing wardrobe. Yet, shopping for that perfect pair of jeans has always been a shopping expedition I used to dread. This dread disappeared when I met Lola, Farrah, Zoe, Twiggy and Joy, the five denim styles encased in red at Foxy Jeans' full service jean bar.