A Fine Art…To Be Schmoozy

schmoozy_2014_web Latitude 53 welcomes the fashion and fairytale world at tonight’s Art of Schmoozy event. Featuring live music, food and cocktails, silent art auction and for the first time ever a fashion auction showcasing exclusive pieces from prominent Edmonton designers and boutiques. Once Upon a Time at Schmoozy—a story about art and fashion.
A note from Fashion Correspondent Janice Galloway from Dress Me Dearly says:

“For the first time ever, you can bid on local fashion at Schmoozy presented by Kingsway Mall. This is Latitude 53‘s biggest bash and fundraiser of the year. Follow @dressmedearly on instagram today to catch some behind the scenes action of our super creative team, Mousy Brown’s Salon and Nickol Walkemeyer Makeup prep our live models from Mode Models Internationalwho will be showing off the exclusive designer pieces up for auction tonight. Four lucky bidders will take home the goods from local fashion fixtures Malorie Urbanovitch Women’s RTWWorkhall StudioSuka Clothing and The Bamboo Ballroom. See you tonight!”

There are still a few tickets left, snag ’em here: http://www.latitude53.org/schmoozy

NEXT UP:  1535369_10152407358407414_3205650223031965612_n PARK is upping its game, expanding its reach and coming to Edmonton for the first time. Funds raised from PARKSHOW ticket sales support Alberta’s emerging artists and designers through PARK’s yearly initiatives including design mentorship programs, educational forums, networking events and more. PARK (Promoting Artists, Redefining Kulture) has selected eight of Alberta’s most promising up and coming designers for a fashion show and art exhibition unlike any other. We are proud to present the following designers at PARKSHOW Edmonton 2014:

Workhall Studio
Bano eeMee
Hunt Amor
KAZZ Clothing
LUXX ready to wear
Suka Clothing


PARK stands for “Promoting Artists, Redefining Kulture” and is a not-for-profit organization, which supports, mentors and promotes Canada’s emerging artists and designers

Dear Jacki Glick

Well I was surprised to find out that one of the most fabulous girls I met in Montreal over the summer in 2011 just started following me on Twitter! Little did I know she is a PR anomaly living in the heart of Montreal with a fiery passion for this media industry of ours. I’m pleased to have met the one and only Jacki Glick.

I happened to have stumbled upon her video titled Step One, in this video Jacki interviews people in their everyday lives on how much garbage one consumes in ONE day. You’d be very shocked to hear the answer. She then goes on to interviewing one who describes the benefits of eating healthy, making a choice and reducing the amount we consume each day.

Take a look at Jacki’s video blog here:

Readers, stay tuned for a very special update coming to you soon from Advertising Week in Canada! Then something you’ve all been waiting for… an update from our star Miss Smith!


Edmonton Next Gen has most recently posted Pecha Kuchas’ presenters: PKN12

Pecha Kucha, originating in Japan is dubbed the sound of chit chat. 20 x 20 is the tag line used most often as presenters have 20 seconds and 20 slides to educate their audience.

I am very fortunate to know one of the speakers from high school, to see where she’s at now is inspiring! Never change Erin(!) @Vestiary