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Young Edmonton model makes the cover of Italian Vogue

Published in the Edmonton Journal July 18, 2013. BY AMANDA ASH, EDMONTON JOURNAL Dorian Reeves received a flustered phone call in early spring. On the line was his New York agent from Soul Artist Management, telling Reeves he had three hours to prepare for and attend an important meeting clear across New York City. Just […]

8 Stylish Workout Accessories

From Colorful Headbands to Snazzy Sunglasses, Workout Extras Can be Fashionable and Functional Published August 23, 2011 on  Bringing style to the gym may seem as futile as doing wall squats while chowing down on a cheeseburger. After all, your mascara just ends up in the rivers of sweat that crisscross your face, and […]

You Don’t Have to Spend a Lot to Look Great

To Have First-Rate Style, A Few Simple Tricks Outweigh a Fat Wallet Published August 10, 2011 on  For the average fashionista, Christmas comes four times a year. Each season means new trends and a new shopping adventure that can make you feel like a 12-year-old kid hopped-up on hot cocoa. As exciting as it […]

Fall on a Budget: Jewelry

Make a Statement on the Cheap Published July 28, 2011 on  Bolder is better in fall 2011, as jewelry trends stay on the daring and dramatic path. With inspirations ranging from oversize feather earrings and giant gem cocktail rings to antique floral pendants and sleek architectural cuffs, these fearless accessories can make any winter […]

Fall Trends: White Turtlenecks

Tube-Neck Top Layers On Chic Style Published July 22, 2011 on  By Amanda Ash Despite sharing its name with a shy and poky reptile, the white turtleneck is a fun fall must-have that will inspire trend watchers to break out of their stale-style shells. The excitement behind the preppy, ’60s mod-inspired garment lies in […]

Fall Trends: Duster Coats

Long, Loose-Fitting Coat Merges Old West With Modern Urban Vibe Published July 15, 2011 on By Amanda Ash Fall outerwear is going to great lengths — sometimes as far as the ankle or heel — to ensure dedicated fashionistas are cloaked head-to-toe in sophistication come cooler weather. Duster coats, often incorrectly referred to as […]

Fall Trends: Tartans

Traditional Scottish Pattern Takes Plaid to a Whole New Level Published July 14, 2011 on  By Amanda Ash If you’re eager to get in touch with your inner Braveheart without going the way of haggis, bagpipes and swords, look no further than this fall’s tartan trend. The bold plaid pattern, typically woven in blue, […]

Nepal’s golden child Prabal Gurung takes inspiration from all the places he loves

Published in the spring 2011 issue of The Block Magazine.