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By: Evelyn Chen


Images: Kuna Lu Photography

NIGHT X DAY presented an element of sophisticated luxury featuring simple pieces perfect for everyday wear. The collection consisted of well-tailored suits made modern with large fanned out scarves and Mountie hats, along with oversized shirts paired with leather jackets. The style was kept clean, paired with loafers, with calf high socks for all to see. A little haughty, elements of cheekiness was thrown in as models walked down the runway with different shoes on each foot. A subtly playful move. Night x Day Vancouver Fashion Week

Night x Day Vancouver Fashion Week VFW FW2015 - Night x Day


Images:  Peter Jensen

The long anticipated wait for For Day 5 at Vancouver Fashion Week was instantly forgotten while guests rested their eyes on the extravagantly crafted pieces by Noe Bernacelli. The runway was lit with precious stones, delicate fabrics, and wispy feathers that transformed the energy of the crowd to one of dreamy elegance. From ready-to-wear day pieces to evening wear and flowing gowns, there was an item for every occasion that every woman cannot deny finding a use for.

  From delicate lace to silks the show was complete luxury. The designer’s skills balanced with his designs that molded to the model’s bodies transported viewers from rainy Vancouver to the runways of Paris.

Many details could be spotted, including flowers made of feathers and stone jewels, as well as other surprises such as hidden pockets in the seams of his gowns. While capes were whispered to be making a comeback for fall, Noe Bernacelli incorporated this trend into his coats and dresses, inspiring viewers to revisit this trend.

Noe Bernacelli’s display of garments showcased the designer’s understanding of women’s bodies. His craft was reminiscent of Valentino in the way his pieces allowed women to feel and walk with added elegance.

Noe Bernacelli Vancouver Fashion Week

Noe Bernacelli Vancouver Fashion Week




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Whoo hooo – I fit into all my clothes again!!!

Naturally, this celebration calls for my first style diary of the year after the arrival of my little dude ;p

The last 6 weeks have been a whirlwind of minimal sleep, lots of dirty diapers and constant feeding, which doesn’t sound appealing in the slightest but let me tell you, it’s all completely outweighed and forgotten in an instant the moment Liam gurgles or gives a little smile, the way he snuggles up to me and all the other special moments in between.

So back to style talk – the sunny Vancouver weather inspired me to freshen up my look and this blouse packed the perfect punch of colour which is made even brighter against the dark tan vintage leather coat.

Outfit:  Blouse – Jennyfleur Loves... / Boyfriend Jeans – Zara / Heels – Guess / Coat – Vintage / Earrings – Accessorize / Bag – Urban Outfitters

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By: Justine Barnes

ALDO A-LIST Style Saver

Aldo on Robson Street partnered with The Style Saver and Verlico for an event on Friday, Nov 21st. The exciting atmosphere during the event was infectious.  Guests were treated to colorful drinks, a candy bar and showered with deals on all the merchandise in the store.  In addition, a fashion show showcased chic fall/winter looks to the guests.

The Style Saver is a blog belonging to Elizabeth Manuntag, which she started up when she began thrifting and consignment store shopping in her attempts to save money on fashion.  She partnered with Aldo for this event because she has a history of working for the company and continues to style her outfits with Aldo shoes and Accessories.  A few of her favorite consignment and thrift stores are Hunter and Hare, Mine & Yours, Turnabout and Value Village.  Elizabeth will continue to thrift and consignment shop to encourage a sustainable lifestyle and plans to travel and explore the sustainable culture in other cities, connecting with other bloggers and insiders who have similar passions.  ALDO A-LIST Vancouver Robson Street

Elizabeth with her lovely models kitted out in Aldo shoes and accessories.

ALDO A-List Vancouver Robson Street

ALDO A-LIST Vancouver Robson Steet

Verlico is a website that offers an amazing way to discover new bloggers and brands and to view a variety of different styles and inspirational outfits.  It is a social sharing platform that enables us to search and keep track of our friends, bloggers and brands.  Fashion folk are able to upload their own looks and tag the designers or direct product links through their outfit, making shopping for viewers that little bit easier. 

ALDO A-List Vancouver Robson Street  Stephanie Trembath from Verlico and Kiara Schwartz of ToBruck Ave

ALDO A-List Vancouver Robson Street

Fashionista’s Erin Harder, Stephanie Trembath, Jessica Luxe, Elizabeth and Jasmine Zhu

Overall, a fabulous event to attend and enjoy the company of like-minded fashion individuals. I have a feeling this will be an event that will continue to be held, seeing how successful it was.

ALDO A-List Vancouver Robson Street

ALDO A-List Vancouver Robson Street

Fashion folk: guest, Kiara Schwartz and Josh Langston of The Social Life

ALDO A-List Vancouver Robson Street

ALDO A-LIST Vancouver Robson Street

ALDO A-List, Vancouver, Robson Street

Justine Barnes and sister

ALDO A-LIST Vancouver Robson Street

Images: Kuna Lu Photography


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Underkill Pop-UP Month by Killjoy – Thurs 20th

If you’ve been frequenting the Underkill Pop-Up Month by Killjoy every Thursday so far this November, then this Thursday the 20th, won’t disappoint.

Up for your enjoyment and shopping is:


“Sleepless Mindz Clothing represents individuals with drive and ambition. For those challenging moments in life, when we feel we must sacrifice for what we want and what we believe in, when we choose to work ourselves to the bone and go without sleep for our dreams.Those moments where you refuse to eat or sleep just to reach your goal.

Our official Sleepless Mindz Clothing “Tears of Joy” logo is a symbol of …. the journey… finally reaching your goal and achieving your dreams and allowing our creativity to lead theway. Everybody is unique in their own way and our creativity lets us stand out and shine. Sleepless Mindz is not just a clothing line, nor is it just a life style… its a mind set.”

Sleepless Mindz

Facebook: /sleeplessmindz
Twitter: www.twitter.com/sleeplessmindz
Instagram: www.instagram.com/sleeplessmindz

Music by Shy Daughter


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Designer Susan Fiedler has conceived a fundraising initiative called the East Van Cross Project to benefit Pivot Legal Society. Inspired by the Monument for East Vancouver sculpture, Fiedler is the first individual to be granted a license from the City of Vancouver to reproduce the iconic East Van Cross in the form of jewelry, beginning with two sterling silver pendants.

Susan Fiedler is a Canadian jewelry designer known for her artistic talent and business acumen. In recent years she has launched several initiatives that have allowed her to use her talents “for good” and support community causes she feels passionate about.

Susan’s latest initiative, The East Van Cross Project, raises funds for Pivot Legal Society, which works to create social and systematic change in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver.  The project began with the iconic Monument For East Vancouver sculpture created by Ken Lum. Developed from a graffiti symbol that has circulated for several decades, it is an expression of hope and defiance. Inspired by the design and supported by the City of Vancouver through a licensing agreement, Susan has designed two pendants based on the sculpture.

East Van Cross Project

The East Van Cross pendants are available for pre-order at www.eastvancrossproject.com and range from $150 to $325 CDN. $25 from each pendant sold will be donated to Pivot Legal Society.  A larger range of jewelry based on the Monument will follow in the Spring of 2015.

Read up on Susan’s other amazing fund raisers and initiatives – one of them you may remember, which is the F Cancer fundraiser that raised thousands of $’s, while spreading inspiration to everyone affected by the disease. 

Please spread the word and support this great cause!


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