Everyone needs to stop what they are doing right now and check out Rach Parcell’s Instagram!
I’m really excited to announce DEC by Sona as my new venture into the entrepreneurial world. You’ll be seeing lots from me including work with SOTV.me, Rocky Mountain Ice House, It’s Time to Bloom and more!
DEC by Sona is a unique social design and event management firm specializing in the creative development and professional execution of special events. Dedicated to unsurpassed customer care and flawless execution, DEC focuses on developing events that are tailored to each of our clients’ individual needs. By engaging in social media, DEC is able to harness the power of community involvement in this digital era.
Collaborative relationships and a solid network of suppliers and partners in Edmonton allows DEC to carry out events successfully on a consistent basis. We are known for being driven by passion and care, providing our clients with the strategic, logistical and organizational expertise necessary to deliver a lasting impression.
Yada, yada, yada…come work with me.
Here’s to 2014! Can’t wait to collaborate with YOU next!
Create your very own social media channel to publicize at your office, home and to share with others: Check out SOTV.me and get started!
Please enjoy this final post from this weeks Western Canada Fashion Week. Thank you to Sandra Sing Fernandez for allowing me to capture the essence of Edmonton’s fashion scene.
Being a fashion blogger in Edmonton, you get to meet some fascinating and passionate people. It’s not just fashion lovers, it’s media, photographers, friends and family, visitors to Edmonton and of course aspiring designers. Western Canada Fashion (WCFW) is the perfect venue to bring our community together. I am honoured to capture this for Edmonton.
For the first time you’ll hear the beautiful Marilyn speak fondly about the classic scent Chanel No. 5. Enjoy this segment on a few “firsts” with Marilyn.
Behind the scenes for the creation of the latest winter ad campaign for Bailey’s accompanied by a reenactment of the Nutcracker.
We’re treated to a Candyland holiday ball punctuated by a lengthy choreographed dance-fight between the Mouse King and the Nutcracker Prince, which ends when the object of their affection, joins in and turns the tide in the prince’s favor. (You’d think a guy called “nutcracker” could take care of himself.) The film closes with our heroine rejoining her two pals for more partying, along with the line, “Spend time with the girls this Christmas.” (Celebrating the spirit of women has been a recurring Baileys theme.)
Massimo Dutti Canada Fall Winter ‘ 13: The Film.
Directed by: Hunter & Gatti
What I love about this designer is that they used film to showcase their FW 13 collection. As seen here as well with the perfume Guerlain:
Massimo Dutti was founded in 1985 in Barcelona, Spain and was acquired by Inditex in 1991. It now has over 673 stores in more than 64 countries.
The brand was originally aimed at men’s fashion. Starting in 1992, women’s fashion was launched in all its dimensions: from the most urban lines to the more casual. With this, Massimo Dutti has consolidated at all levels as a group with national and international growth, which today has over 4,000 employees.
In 2003, Massimo Dutti launched a children’s fashion range under the trade name Massimo Dutti Boys & Girls. This line is being implemented progressively in stores in several countries, where the stores are large enough to house its specific space.
Custom typographic designs by artist Sean Williams, an Edmonton based commercial photographer and designer. Using lyrics to produce the text, Williams has created a masterpiece in art, design and pop culture.
You can purchase these Shirts by Seanings by clicking here: REDBUBBLE.
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Volkswagon America flashed back to A-Ha’s “Take On Me” video with this ad of the week:
A-Ha’s “Take On Me Video”:
In a recent conversation while traveling abroad I expressed my desire to travel across Europe. I was fortunate enough to go to London, England to begin with, however I was envious of my sisters (and parents) travel plans. Amsterdam, Greece, Cannes & Monaco were on the travel documents. I so badly wanted that one chance to whisk off to Croatia, Barcelona, Ireland, or even Paris!
Though that didn’t happen this time, I know I will make it happen in the very near future.
Here are some of the interesting places I’d like to visit, and the architecture I’d like to see:
Just to name a few, I hope I’m lucky enough to visit these extraordinary places…