Entries Tagged as 'The Anthology'

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

Food and Drink | Mothers’ Day in support of BC Women’s Hospital

Where are you taking your mom on Mothers’ Day? Haven’t quite decided yet? No worries: here are a few suggestions for you and your siblings to debate and discuss until the most enterprising one of you makes a reservation. On Sunday, May 14th, these Vancouver restaurants will donate 5% of their sales to fund the most urgent […]

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017

Wear/Where | In Black and White

  Bet you didn’t know you were missing an outdoor bar cart, did you? Well, it turns out that’s exactly what your patio needs right about now. Slide on a pair of matching sandals and you’ll be the hostess with the mostess colour coordination your party guests have ever seen. Where: The Escale Outdoor Cooler […]

Thursday, April 27th, 2017

Diary | Boobyball Mini Vancouver 2017

I’ve been to my fair share of fundraising events. Heck, I’ve thrown my fair share of fundraising events. But I’d never been to one geared specifically for kids. And I think the idea is genius. Rethink Breast Cancer threw an enchanted forest-themed event for the Boobyball Mini, which is, as you guessed, geared to the […]

Thursday, April 20th, 2017

Get Involved | Variety BC’s One Night in Monte Carlo Gala

When I was backpacking through Europe during undergrad, I tried to get into a very swanky casino in Monte Carlo. And was denied. The security guard looked my friend and I up and down, zeroed in on our flip flops (which had trod more hostel floors than he could have known) and gave us the boot. […]

Thursday, April 6th, 2017

Style | Moderating a Q&A at the Museum of Vancouver

So here’s something I didn’t want to focus on before I moderated a Q&A at the Museum of Vancouver this past weekend: I’ve never moderated a discussion like that before. I’ve presented on live television a trillion times. I lectured at one of Canada’s biggest universities for years. I’ve been on panels. I’ve spoken at events. I’ve […]

Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

Style | Upcycling Q&A at the Museum of Vancouver

I love a good upcycle. In fact, the early days of The Anthology were all about reinventing vintage pieces like this dress, this formerly comical piece, and even the odd piece of furniture, like these stools from Habitat for Humanity for the Vancouver Home and Design Show. A post shared by Kelsey Dundon (@kelseydundon) on Mar […]

Thursday, March 16th, 2017

Get involved | Variety BC’s One Night in Monte Carlo Gala

Here’s a serious question for you: If you could be any princess, who would you be? Kate Middleton? Elsa from Frozen? I’d choose Charlotte of Monaco. The woman is pure glamour (she’s Grace Kelly’s granddaughter after all), and seems to live a life of galas, yachts and horseback riding. Why do I ask? (Aside from, you know…general curiosity?) […]

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

Pinstagram | Dancing Queen

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). Hit the floor. At my sister’s wedding (photo by The Apartment) + someone who is most definitely a dancing queen. Patience is a virtue. My beast tolerating a grooming + his true feelings about it. Art attack. Colourful canvasses at the Vancouver […]

Monday, March 6th, 2017

Wear/Where | Light and Bright

Has light and bright ever felt so right? Here, the lightest blush meets the brightest yellow for an unexpected pop that would look as good on you as it would in your living room. Gotta love it when a drapey dress matches the actual drapes. Wear: A dress from Paule Ka’s resort 2017 collection. Where: […]

Thursday, March 2nd, 2017

A love letter to a client and an introduction to Hayley Hudson

I’ve been working with the lovely (and I do mean lovely!) team at BC’s biggest shopping destination Metropolis at Metrotown for more than a decade (hi guys!). First, as a copywriter at the design firm I used to work for, where I would write everything from digital campaigns to radio spots to television commercials. Then, as […]