The Red Swan: Jean Swanson speaks with worldly perspective on housing, distribution of taxes and better democratization

It's a brisk evening in Chinatown, Selector's Records is covered in red posters and a painting of a swan, calmly floating on unknown waters. Vancouver city council candidate and 40 year activist, Jean Swanson is spreading her wings over our municipality because she believes she can stop the rat race of the city's richest and …

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Q&A with Models Own designer Mishel Bouillet

A few weeks ago I got to connect with my eco-fashion crush and the 2016 Eco-Fashion Week's feature designer, Mishel Bouillet. Her recent collection Control has shaped a new wave of slow fashion and conscious design in Vancouver, which in my eyes has been a door opened for more contemporary style approach. Clothing by Mishel Bouillet. …

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