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Stanley Carroll launches new collection at Western Canada Fashion Week on Saturday September 17, 2016.   The collection titled “ZE”   What is a Ze? “Ze and hir” are the most popular form of gender-free pronouns in the online genderqueer community. They are derived from the earlier “sie and hir,” which were considered too feminine/female-sounding as “sie” is German for “she” (among other things), and “hir” was a feminine pronoun in Middle English. … The line continues to explore the concept of blurring the lines of gender specific dressing. “We have been working on the concept of creating clothes that...

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photographer Grant Olson took some of our fall men's pieces to the outdoors for our latest campaign. the cardigan shirt with highrise suspender pant    the cardigan shirt is one of ,the,new shapes ,a combo of knit and woven facing and collar give a modern retro feel ,here wit faux suede jeans.   patchwork hoodie with reclaimed leather and dropped crotch knit pant    Ze is a popular gender neutral pronoun    always good with cozy sweaters here with pleated full drawstring pant    cashmere blend coat oversized and luxurious 

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Summer clearance sale     Dressing for summer should never be complicated. When it is hot outside (sometimes) you have a lot more important and fun things to do then worry about what you are going to wear. This is a time for relaxing, travel or simply just hanging out. But that does not mean that you don’t want to look nice you just simply don’t want to forfeit ease and comfort to achieve it. We therefore have lots of tops and shirts in lightweight linen and cottons many cut lose and away from the body, remember things don’t always...

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Fashion fascism   My least favourite fashion line has to be “Must Have”.   As we stroll down this path called life there are a lot things that one would like to put in the “must have” category; health, compassion, knowledge, family and friends, etc. Nowhere on that list should be a dress, bag or jacket.   I was reminded of that sentiment when I read about this one woman that was sent home and suspended from work for not wearing high heels to her work place, based on company rules that require females to wearing footwear with heels of...

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