Saturday, February 18, 2012

Oh hi!

Long time since I've had a moment to update this page. Apologies, and I promise it won't happen again.

For the past year I have been working on a dream project of starting a Fashion Co-op will all my lady friends in Edmonton. I'm happy to say our business plan is complete with the help of Jim Taylor of the Downtown Business Association who believed in my project and helped me to achieve my first goal.
We are now registered as Fox & Finery-a Fashion Society and just currently working on grant proposals before finalizing a location in Edmonton's downtown core, the heart of our home. Baby steps!

Come meet and shop with the first members of our Society at a great event next weekend hosted by the Edmonton on the Edge, MADE in Edmonton, Edmonton Community Foundation and the Edmonton Arts Council!

Feb 25-26- 104 street & Jasper Ave (Behind Sobeys)

Outdoor light sculpture competition in the Alley of Lights behind Sobeys, digital Arts Display, Fox & Finery pop up boutique in the Armstrong Block ( C'est Sera's previous location). Parties in both 29 Armstrong and Fox & Finery, dj's, food from Oodle Noodle and lots more!

Saturday 4-10pm
Sunday 12-4pm

To keep my sanity during this crazy time, I started a band with my man. We're called City of Champions and you may enjoy our tunes if you like rock and roll! We head off to a mini Saskatchewan/ Alberta tour in two weeks with Molten Lava. Recorded our first album at the end of January and will be releasing a 6 song LP. It's just getting mastered as we speak! There are two songs available to listen to on myspace, one is about my mannequin Judy and another about surviving winters in Edmonton. I play bass on the organ and make all the merch <3
If you love Judy as much I I love her you can download the song off sound cloud:

You can buy City of Champions merch on my etsy too I also posted a few men's shirts hoping they would get famous in Japan. Thanks for reading!


1 comment:

Rachael said...

Tell me more about this fashion co-op, please. It sounds intriguing! And where can I shop for your cloths in the winter?