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Here’s some random press I’ve received. This is only some, I’ll be adding to this post as I scan paper things, remember other things and whatnot.

Click the links, chickies:

In no particular order,

Omiru Interview

Runway Scoop Interview Part 1

Runway Scoop Interview Part 2

WWD article

Highlighted on Fashion Wire Daily

Photo links

Talent In Motion Covers the Gen Art Event

Entnews.com Covers the Miami show

Palo Alto Daily News on Bay Area fashion bloggers

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  1. Vanessa Fors said,

    Oct. 15th, 2008
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    NextDoorStyle.com Launch Party
    Next Door Style making a difference FOR the Vancouver fashion and arts scene.
    Vancouver, BC – On Thursday, November 6th, you could be mingling with Vancouver’s most creative fashion designers at the newest hot spot in Yaletown: Raw Canvas. Located at 1046 Hamilton St., Raw Canvas will be hosting the “Next Door Style Launch Party” from 7pm – 10pm.
    Mingle, try your hand at painting on canvas, enter to win a VIP card worth 40% off on http://www.nextdoorstyle.com, listen to the cool sounds of G-Bros: Mike and Chris, and most importantly support local Vancouver Fashion with the evening’s proceeds supporting Arts Umbrella. This is a free and private event. Please RSVP to get in.
    NextDoorStyle.com is a new online store exclusively showcasing designs by Vancouver’s most creative talents. The idea to start NextDoorStyle.com came to Vanessa Fors in December 2007 out of recognizing a need to increase the brand awareness of Vancouver’s best designers. “There is a beauty and uniqueness about the designs coming out of Vancouver right now,” says Vanessa. “The online store is just ONE way we are helping to promote Vancouver Fashion.”
    Designers for the October 2008 launch of NextDoorStyle.com are:
    Bronsino: classically inspired leather handbags produced in very limited numbers. All designs are handcrafted in Vancouver of the finest quality materials.
    Ginger Pottin creates unique jewelry by working with a revolving, eclectic mix of semi precious stones, enamel, leather and silver.
    Jesee Mongeot, born in Mallorca, Spain is the artist behind Izzy & Buds. At the tender age of fifteen, his gypsy days were spent selling his original creations to the turistas along the Mediterranean coast. Jesee incorporates the funky, Spanish attitude into his jewelry designs that glitter and shout, “Ooh la la!”
    Jolie Couture pulls inspirations from around the globe to produce garments for women that will standout in any crowd.
    Jolie Mack Designs is inspired by vintage Hollywood glamour, by sparkle and by confident style. Shoulder sweeping chandeliers dress up baby tees and long pearl strands romance your jeans.
    Kazumi draws her inspiration from the clean lines of classic Japanese design and the spirit of west coast art. She loves to mix semi-precious stones and Czech crystal to create chunky necklaces with a strong focal point.
    Kulus (pronounced coo loose) Designs is a woman’s clothing line that features contemporary West Coast Native Art. Amanda Anderson is the owner/operator and the Kulus was a crest passed down to her by her family. It is believed that the Kulus with its amazing strength lifted up the logs to build the first long house.
    Nixxi: Sweet & sustainable, Nixxi offers organic clothing made in Vancouver, BC.
    Olie Designs are beautiful knits, handmade with love in Vancouver, B.C. All knits are super soft, made with alpaca or chunky wool.
    Public Myth: An innovative line of active street wear made with comfort and style in mind.
    Spark Jewelry: By twisting and turning the wire, and adding splashes of colour with gemstones and crystals, Spark’s creations are as limitless as the imagination.
    Vanessa T Cunningham: Her Serendipity Wraps are hand worked on her Oma’s loom. Each piece is hand-woven in wool and non-wool and is felted to create a one-of-a-kind Wearable Art Garment.
    Clutch Jewels: With many a celebrity having been adorned by Clutch Jewels throughout the years they know they’ve got whatever ‘it’ is. 2008 marks their 10-year anniversary.

    For additional information on Next Door Style, the Nov. 6th Launch Party at Raw Canvas, or the designers being showcased, contact Vanessa Fors or visit http://www.nextdoorstyle.com.
    About Next Door Style Group:
    Showcasing Vancouver’s style and talent through http://www.nextdoorstyle.com while supplying Vancouver designers and artists with tools and connections to help them grow their business.
    The Vision: To be at the forefront of initiatives that promote, support and help grow new creative talent in Vancouver. The goal is to be part of inspiring the world to look to Vancouver for advancements in the Design and Arts fields.
    A designer herself, Vanessa Fors has been working in Vancouver’s apparel industry since 1999. She has seen first hand the effects of globalization to Vancouver’s fashion industry and watched as factories closed. However, despite all the downsizing, local designs increased. With 8 reputable fashion schools in the city, and 4 huge fashion events per year (BC Fashion Week and Vancouver Fashion Week), Vancouver is set to become “Canada’s Next Top Style City”.
    Contact:
    Vanessa Fors, Owner, Next Door Style Group
    Ph: 604-377-3490
    http://www.nextdoorstyle.com
    ###


  2. An intriguing discussion is worth comment.

    I do think that you ought to write more about this topic, it may not be a taboo subject but generally people don’t talk about these subjects.
    To the next! Many thanks!!


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