Tiffany Pratt's infectious energy and immense talent have made her a sought after interior designer and DIY expert in media for almost a decade. Known as the "Queen of Colour" she has a standout style (no doubt rooted in her early days in fashion) that is all her own. Tiffany shares how fashion is a constant part of her world whether she is hosting a show on HGTV (currently Home to Win), working as an interior designer, making DIY magic, writing, styling or anything else her creative heart touches.
Mina Gerges is changing the face of fashion. As the first Middle Eastern, Queer model he is the face of Sephora and Calvin Klein campaigns. Mina’s road has not been easy. Here he speaks about the importance of having more variety of male models and being true to yourself…
Jeanne Beker is a fashion and media icon. For many, Saturdays at 630PM were sacred as Fashion Television aired, showing for the first time behind the scenes at fashion weeks around the world. From McQueen to Lagerfeld to Karen to Jacobs to Gaultier - Jeanne has seen it all, but the road was not always easy. Listen as Jeanne shares intimate stories, milestone moments and speaks incredibly candidly about her 27 years as the host of FT.
Rosa Halpern has garnered international praise and celebrity fans for her custom leather jackets by her label The Namesake. Rosa shares stories from her early days interning for some of American's most notable designers, how she got started designing jackets (it was bit of a fluke!) and reflects on the power of customizing clothing.
In a relatively short time period, consumers have gone from having to visit a store to touch and feel an item in order to purchase it, to purchasing off a website, to purchasing pre-production through sites like Kickstarter. Christine Carlton, founder and CEO of The September, discusses the evolution of the luxury consumer.
Travel enthusiast, Toronto expert and founder/ editor-in-chief of the popular lifestyle blog She Does the City, Jen McNeely discusses the relationship between fashion and the cities we live in. Weather and personal style may not be the only thing influencing the clothes you put on in the morning.