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Monday, February 22, 2010

How to get through the weekends??

Ok, I'm hooked! After one viewing of the Quebecer webisode Comment survivre aux week-ends? (How to get through the weekends) I've managed to view the complete first season and still craving more!
The series is based on the lives, loves and laughs of three young women Anaïs, Marie and Sofie. Each with their distinct personality - Anaïs, the dreamer in love with love; Marie, the cynic and rationalist, and Sofie, the not-so-perfect perfectionist.



A modern take on a very conspicuous comparison to SATC, however the show definitely has its own unique voice by simply the medium that it is diffused- airing only online which creates a dynamic platform for fans to interact.

Become a Facebook fan or follow them on Twitter!

Enjoy!


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Comment survivre aux week-ends? is produced by TVA Publications and is featured on the Clin D’œil magazine. The second season began February 16 until March 30. The show is aired every Tuesday and Thursday.


PHOTO CREDIT: TVA PUBLICATIONS INC.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

MFW18


The 18th edition of the Montreal Fashion Week struts onto the fashion scene this March 1st to 4th.
To be anticipated is a melange of style, parties and lights-camera-action.

The event celebrates our home-grown innovative designers by creating a portal which marks our city as a true fashion capital.

The shows that I’m looking forward to covering are Barila, Eve Gravel and Denis Gagnon.

Great news! Gagnon will be presenting two shows, one for industry members and the second for the public at large (tickets available at the Admissions office).

{Ones to watch} Emerging urban brand Mosaik, will be showing during the Midi Fashion (hosted by Canada’s Fashion Mart, CIMM: Centre international de mode de Montréal) located at 555 Chabanel on March 3.
Marie-Eve Chagnon and Sok-Many Chea, the duo team behind the brand, launched their collection in fall 2009 with an eclectic offering of contempary, vintage and whimsical clothing. What’s more, the line is 100% made in Montreal.


Looking forward to it all, I will be back with plenty of posts and pics!
Click here to view MFW18 schedule>


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Montreal Fashion Week was established in 2001 and is recognized by Liaison Mode Montreal. The event is produced by Sensation Mode which is celebrating their 10th anniversary. The organization also produces Fashion and Design Festival, the Fashion Theatre (held in Berlin, Tokyo, New York and London) Le Showroom concept at MFW.

New online shopping club!

Appealing to fashionistas and recessionistas, Fashion by Invitation is a new online private shopping club that provides limited-time offers on sought-after brand names at an exclusive great price.

The members-only community grants an all access pass to a selection of the best brands for women and men such as designer RTW lines Roberto Cavalli, Valentino and DKNY; urban apparel collections Rampage, Chinese Laundry and Bulzeye Clothing; and even European espresso machine Gaggia.

With sales at up to 70% off, there is definitely something for everyone.

They are hosting exciting offers:
+ Until March 28 inclusively, members can enter for the chance to win a $500 wardrobe giveaway! Their chances increase with each friend that they invite. The winner will be drawn March 29, 2010.
+ First 100 people to spend $100 will receive a $10 credit applicable to their subsequent purchase.

Well priced fashion at just one click!

FASHIONBYINVITATION.COM
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