Her Vancouver
Interviews | Jackie Kai Ellis, Entrepreneur and Author of The Measure of My Powers
Jackie Kai Ellis is perhaps best known in Vancouver for creating the gastronomical delight that is Beaucoup Bakery and Cafe. Jackie left a thriving design firm to study at Paris’ Ecole Gastronomique Bellouet Conseil and returned to Vancouver in 2012 to found Beaucoup. Aside from running the bakery Jackie became a lifestyle entrepreneur, putting [...]
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Interviews | Treana Peake on The Essentials Line by Obakki
In 2005 the Obakki clothing brand was founded by Vancouver-based designer Treana Peake with a mission to create a luxurious wardrobe using holistic manufacturing processes with a landfill-free, low-carbon foot print. As an aesthetic Obakki creates functional, minimalist pieces for the perfect capsule wardrobe. As a brand Obakki does so much more than make [...]
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Interviews | Geoff Blackwell, Co-Creator of 200 Women
Her Vancouver was instantly enthralled with 200 Women: Who Will Change The Way You See The World because of the way this beautiful book captures the zeigeist of 2017 feminism. Featuring full-page photographs of all 200 women by award winning photographer Kieran E. Scott, each interviewee was asked the same five questions [...]
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Interviews | Michelle Addison of Roque Jewelry
Local Vancouver stylist Michelle Addison and jewelry designer Negar Khatami joint creative forces this year to create Roque Jewelry: A fine jewelry line that combines iconic pieces such as the classic pearl, with metals in minimalist, architectural shapes. We’ve noticed that many big name designers have forgone quality metals for materials such as [...]
Interviews | Pro-Life Activist Stephanie Gray
Sometimes it’s possible to whip off a story or interview without much reflection. Other times we have to pause, determine what our personal beliefs are or reframe them. January was the month of the Women’s March and the turnout and volume, quantitative and audible, was impossible to ignore. Social Media was swept up in goodwill [...]