No wonder I get the flu so frequently, I can't seem to stay put even on a "down period"! After MFW21 was over, I decided to relax and do purely fun activities. Beginning with partaking in a sassy shoot that was glam glutenous galore! My lovely doll Amy Lee was behind the lens. Can't wait to share the final pics which will be showcased in an exhibition. Watch out for this photographer, she's a rising star.
I'm in love with my puggy Winston. I swear, he has the sweetest aura.
Then it was off to Toronto to accompany the BF on a business trip. It's been a while since my last visit so I presume that's why I was seeing the city differently. I always felt that Toronto was cold, colourless and simply missed the charm of Montreal. I'm not detouring from this sentiment, however my wish would be that Montreal could be bestowed with a similar financial disposition.
Last Saturday was a festivities in two parts: first was the opening of pop-up brasserie CarousseL held at Phillips Lounge. Lots of beautiful people enjoying an evening of gastronomic delight in a charming atmosphere.
Pictured with AngeLo Cadet (on my right), one of the creators of CarousseL, and artist Lukay that now has a popping song playing on Virgin Radio (watch the clip here.)
Then I was off to Lolitta Dandoy and Jonathan Burnham's reception.The radiant newlyweds epitomize the word LOVE. How gorge is Lolli's dress designed by Montreal couturier Helmer Joseph.
Naomi (Sensation Mode blogger) and Amy Lee who can now include wedding photographer under her stylish belt as she captured all the magical moments of the day.
With the gals from Ton Petit Look, twins Carolane and Josiane, along with Anik from Montreal In Style.
Marjorie striking a pose!
Miriam and Geraldine, ladies from blog Paperplanes.
Do you recognize the dress? It's an Anomal Couture creation.
With my dashing BF.
Thank goodness I had the smarts to bring another pair of dancing shoes!
I'm organizing an art show at Phillips Lounge featuring pop art from Italian artist Marco Santaniello. The opening launch is next week, which I'll be sure to share.
See the Facebook event page for information on the exposition.
Until the next time...