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Spring Detox

April 8, 2017

Spring please! Changing season is so exciting – I always have a regain of energy, new projects in the making and of course, switching up my wardrobe. I love taking a full day to myself, going through every single corner of my closet and deciding what to keep, what to store and what to sell. All of this to obviously make place for new coveted items. Good news guys! My favourite marketplace for pre-loved designer goodies, Vestiaire Collective, is now officially launched in Canada so be ready to kick off Spring in style!

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Aldo at Fashion Week

March 10, 2017

Guys! I survived Fashion Month (actually 3 weeks because I skipped New York this season ;)). It was one crazy but oh so rewarding journey! I met so many inspiring people, discovered tons of new brands and had the chance to assist to beautiful presentations. Although organizing all these meetings takes lots of time (thank you Mel!) the stressful part for me is picking out the outfits! I mean choosing 21 looks (and more because sometimes we do change during the day) was absolutely insane! On the other hand, I was beyond excited to partner up with one of my favorite brand, Aldo! A look is nothing without a great pair of shoes and I had so much fun styling all the different pairs I picked out! Here are some of my preferred street styles from London, Milan and Paris. Continue Reading

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Less by Design – Eileen Fisher

February 15, 2017

If there’s one thing I’ve learned through my years of blogging is the fact that I collected way too many clothes that I’ve only worn once or twice. Not only does it take me 3 hours in the morning to find what I’m looking for (ughhh I need a walk-in closet in my life) but I’ve realized I was missing some essentials in my wardrobe. I used to be attracted to some major statement pieces that weren’t necessarily fitting my everyday needs (aka running from meetings to the airport to presentations and so on). Since last Fall I’m trying to focus on more versatile pieces and the EILEEN FISHER System program is simply perfect. Here’s why. Continue Reading