by Jenny Bachynski | Reid Stewart and Trevor Fleming are the brains behind one of Vancouver’s greatest gems – Lifetime Collective. In a recent interview they shared some insights into their 10 + year journey of creating a multi-faceted company. After reading it and watching the sweet collaborative video above, check out their awesome online shop.
Have you seen Moonrise Kingdom yet? It may be one of Wes Anderson’s most stylized films, and it comes complete with phenomenal costumes. Which leads us to this: want to own one of the coolest Halloween costumes ever?
With Father’s Day fast approaching, we all need to get our butts into gear and come up with some creative and unforgettable gifts for Pops. Some top picks could be a Herschel backpack, a Faribault Soho throw, or a Wings + Horns waxed Max coat.
Are you a fan of the British monarchy or staying dry when it rains? If you yes to either or both, check out local blog The Anthology for a great giveaway from Fulton (the royal family’s official umbrella manufacturer). The contest closes 5:00pm PST June 8, 2012.
Roots is pretty much as Canadian Classic as you can get. Check out a preview of their new 2012 fall collection. The collaboration with two Canadian knitwear designers, Preloved and Line Knitwear, will make for some amazing sweater options.
Bri Emery of Design Love Fest and internationally known photographer Max Wanger have recently teamed up to put together some lovely style series. This one in particular caught my eye with its light and somewhat spooky feel. Dig the behind the scenes video here.
Local looks after the jump…
MEANWHILE, ON THE STREET THIS WEEK…
Christian from Gastown | The perfect menswear cooler summer day outfit.
Jeff and Tanny from the West End | Out for Sunday brunch.
Meagan from Gastown | Classic perfection with an amazing haircut.
Nicole Bridger store on 4th Ave | A plethora of soft flowing maxi dresses.
Roxanna from the West End | All black with just the right punch of colour.
Sam from Coquitlam | The hair. The glasses.
Jenny Bachynski is the Style Editor of Scout Magazine. Raised in Alberta, she packed up her bags in her teens and headed to Vancouver to pursue further education in fashion design. In 2009, she started her own small business Jenny Andrews Recycled Leather Goods, as well as her blog Jenny Loves. Thereafter, she discovered that one of her greatest joys was stumbling upon beautiful and interesting things, and sharing them with anyone who would listen.