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1. house of nonie. featured in this month’s issue of flare magazine (karlie kloss on the cover). nina has taken a break from design but is back with a vengence. her designs are grown up just like she is and they are a beautiful combo of luxurious fabrics fit for the modern woman. shop nina’s collection on her website:

2. daring deco 1920’s fashion show at lougheed house. to celebrate their current exhibit, lougheed house is throwing a fashion presentation that will take you back in time with vancouver’s fashion historian ivan sayers and his one of a kind collection of 1920’s fashion. in support of lougheed house school programs. from accessories to shoes to original haute couture brought to calgary from paris this one is going to be a real treat for any fashion girl.

friday, september 11th, 2015

doors open at 7:30pm
only 120 tickets available
VIP $150 (front row seating, complimentary cocktail and a tax receipt)
standard: $100
under 30: $50
for tickets contact 

adrienne leicht at or 403-244-6333 ext. 106

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3. west elm calgary. now open, 868 16 Ave SW (Mount Royal Village). the store has all of the usual favourites from bedding to furniture, dinner ware and room decor, but what is so special about this location is the involvement with the local artist community. from selling local made products to having weekly pop-ups over the weekend there is always a new gem to discover.

calgary artists being features at west elm:
medicine river soap co. ,
big city designs,
rural creative,
brown eyed suzy,
paper lover co.,

4. sassi anne floral workshops. sarah tollhurst is a talented floral designer, blogger and stylist. she is leading a workshop at bamboo ballroom in inglewood this friday, august 28th at 6pm, (1218 9th Ave SE), this one is all about the flower crown but follow sarah on instagram (@sassianne) for updates on upcoming workshops. you can get as creative as you like and if you can’t find inspiration sarah is right there to help you. she is also available for private workshop parties, which by the way, are an amazing idea for a bridal shower or birthday party.

SPACE IS LIMITED, contact to reserve your spot

5. drizzle honey inc.. drizzle is a newly launched small batch honey company based in calgary. aja, who started the company one month ago works in the applied research department at SAIT, last year when she was leading a rooftop beekeeping project she fell in love with honey bees and drizzle was born! the honey comes from alberta’s backyards, this raw, unpasteurized and only lightly filtered honey is coming to us from local and rural beekeepers and urban beehives across the city. retail location are in the works but for now you can find drizzle at market collective and the upcoming etsy: made in canada event at golden acres on september 26th. prices range from $6 – $15 per jar. you can also purchase it online here.

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