Entries Tagged as 'Art and Design'

Wednesday, March 5th, 2014

Style | Spring Fashion Features in The Province

It’s a jungle out there. And in here. I spent the last few days shooting a spring style series for The Province at Metropolis at Metrotown. In this particular shot we’re shooting part of a very jungly, very tropical, very floral spread. There will be eight in total, all of them running in April. I haven’t even [...]

Monday, January 6th, 2014

Home | Pretty 2014 Calendars

So far 2014 is looking good. And it would look even better if you took down your Kitty Cats of Greece 2013 calendar and hung one of these in its place. Clockwise from top left: Weeds botanical calendar by Amy Sullivan (which I have hanging in my kitchen), a bird-print calendar out of New Zealand, [...]

Sunday, November 24th, 2013

Wear/Where | High Style and High Tea

Dressing up is the name of the game right now. Then again, there’s something to be said for staying home and curling up with a fresh pot of tea. Maybe you should do both — have a piping hot cuppa while dripping with your finest costume jewels. Why not? Wear: Chandelier earrings available only at [...]

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013

Art and Design | That’s a Wrap

My Pinterest feed is filled with beautiful gift wrapping right now. (Because duh.) Many of them have some sort of natural garnish — berries, twigs, sticks, you name it. Of them, this by Weekday Carnival is the most beautiful. You’ll find a closer look at the marble wrapping, copper wire and sprigs here. [Photo by [...]

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Interview | Dave Alexander, Editor-in-Chief of Rue Morgue Magazine

Want to expand your scary movie repertoire beyond Ghostbusters? Me too. So I posed a few questions to Dave Alexander, editor-in-chief of horror-happy Rue Morgue Magazine, who curated a list of terrifically terrifying films available on Netflix Canada. Here, he shares his thoughts on zombies, psychos and friendly Frankensteins. Plus, we’re giving away a six-month subscription [...]

Friday, October 11th, 2013

Diary | Ballet BC Up

One of my first writing jobs was penning dance reviews for The Georgia Straight, Vancouver’s arts and culture weekly. It was before I started The Anthology, before Twitter was invented, before social media was a thing outside the nerdiest circles. Things were different back then. I went to many, many shows. Some big, some small, [...]

Thursday, July 11th, 2013

Pinstagram | Hiking Barefoot

The Anthology’s Pinstagram column marries the dream (Pinterest) and the reality (Kelsey Dundon’s Instagram photos of places and faces in and around Vancouver). Coulda woulda shoulda. An outfit I would wear and an outfit I did wear (with a bracelet c/o of Sarah Cameron and a clutch made of a vintage Bay blanket c/o Identity). Hiking buddies. We couldn’t find hiking boots [...]

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