Story of a shattered life: A single childhood incident pushed Dawn Crey into a downward spiral
A girl and her father play together outside their house.It is the summer of 1962.The father is Ernest Albert Crey, 57, a former hard-rock miner and hard-drinking logger. He gave up booze to build a better life for his family and moved them, here, to a new home in Hope.
The Glamoury founder AJ Woodworth brings personalized beauty to Yaletown
The Glamoury is Yaletown’s luxury professional makeup and hairstyling salon. We are bringing a freelance makeup artist experience in a beautiful environment.
Short stuff | A primer for how to look smart in shorts
Gams, pins, legs — whatever you call them, it’s time to get them out. As another option to dresses and skirts, consider shorts. Once only considered appropriate on yachts, in yards, and on weekdays that begin with S, they’re now suitable nearly everywhere and for nearly every occasion. The trick is finding the right pair for you.
Under wraps: Men's inner wear options offer a new level of style
We've long heard it is what's on the inside that counts. But the adage has never rung more true than when discussing current men's fashion trends.
Video: Gala fashion show to benefit Obakki Foundation
Holt Renfrew and Vancouver designer Treana Peake hosted a gala fashion show event on May 10 to benefit the Obakki Foundation’s well building initiatives in South Sudan.
Photos: Vancouver denim brand debuts new "adventure" store
Fans of the Vancouver performance denim brands Dish and Duer can now do more than just shop for and try on garments when they visit the company's recently opened flagship shop at 118 W Hastings St. The space features a Performance Denim Playground where shoppers can climb, cycle or swing in their prospective new pants. No, really. Take a look.
(Back)Pack mentality: The backpack returns as a chic accessory
Life increasingly calls for being hands-free — at least from a handbag perspective — thanks to the prevalence of cellphones, tablets, lattes, lipsticks, keys ... the list goes on. Thankfully, backpacks are back to, you know, lend a hand.
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Kelly Ripa returned to her daytime talk show Tuesday after time off to "gather (her) thoughts" in response to learning her co-host Michael Strahan is leaving, saying the incident had started a conversation about workplace respect.
Video: Brown Paper Couture uses eco-friendly materials
The Brown Paper Couture installation is an exhibit of 27 student-made gowns made from materials like paper, cardboard and coffee filters at Oakridge Centre. The gowns are inspired by a famous designer piece and will be on display until April 27.
Swim into spring: Canadian model Adrianne Ho talks swimwear trends, new collection with Simons
Canadian model and influencer Adrianne Ho talks swimwear style, body confidence and creating a collection for Simons.