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Fashion Revolution week is coming up (April 24th-30th) and each year to spread awareness of ethical fashion and thinking more about our clothing purchases I like to participate in their Haulternative campaign. This year I want to feature clothing “love stories”, from you!! The Love Story Challenge encourages people to love the clothing they have. We don’t always need new … Read More
This Monday (January 18th) I’ll be hosting a live Q&A with Courtney Carver, creator of Project 333 and the simple living blog Be More with Less. Courtney has inspired me and people all around the world to downsize their wardrobes and simplify their lives. I’m so excited to chat with her and to give you the opportunity to ask some … Read More
During my stay in Edmonton I decided last minute to make an outfit for the WCFW winter city competition. I used commercial waste fabric from Vancouver designers (leftover fabric from their production) as well as some scrap fabric I had from another project. The hat was knit from local alpaca wool. I had this jacket in mind for a while … Read More
A lot has been going on behind the scenes- I recently designed and made a collection for my new line Fallow Slow Goods. Which you can also view in my portfolio. Fallow Slow Goods is a line of clothing, accessories, and home goods focused on slow values. It is a simplistic collection that incorporates beautiful materials including organic cottons, … Read More
On September 20th I participated in Western Canada Fashion Week’s Emerging Designer Competition. I designed a 3 piece, casual outfit and won 3rd place! The 13 other competitors had a large variety of designs and it was a great experience taking part in the competition. My iceberg inspired design consisted of printed leggings, a silk tank, and knitted sweater. I wanted to … Read More