Carolina Herrera celebrates the 2014 Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) / Vogue Fashion Fund The work and the CVFF are causes close to Mrs. Herrera’s heart—it was a conversation between her and Vogue Editor in Chief Anna Wintour in 2001 that spawned the fund out of a shared desire to support young designers who were displaced in the aftermath […]
Another edition of Modenus Talks, this time on the very relevant topic of “From Runway to Runners – The Creative Process in Fashion & Design” . The talk will be led by interior designer Jeffrey Johnson and fashion event consultant Will Arriaga with special guests Britt Bivens, Principal, Ace of Swords trend forecasting company and fashion designer Cristina Ottaviano. Our panel will talk about their […]
click on the image for the full article Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and style is an entirely subjective creation based solely on personal taste. We choose to wear the clothes we do because we feel some kind of connection – whether that be a colour, pattern, shape or fit. But as with […]
Norman McLaren, the famous Montreal animator and filmmaker, would have turned 100 on April 11. To mark his birthday, three original new works based on his award-winning films will be projected on the facades of seven buildings in the Quartier des spectacles in a public-art series called McClaren Wall-to-Wall. The Quartier, in partnership with the […]
Yesterday, we were in Montreal (Canada) attending “Les Grands Communicateurs” round table. The event was hosted by J.P. Wauthier and discussing the Social Media Manager job and trying to define this very new occupation. We were lucky enough to hear from Tristan Audet, Thoma Daneau, Nellie Briere and Jonathan Lemay.
“I am still struggling to understand how my lover and best friend could end her life in this tragic way. We spent many wonderful years together and had made a great life for ourselves. She had great presence and her talent was much admired, not least by me.” said Mick Jagger on his website last […]
Montreal “Pointe-à-Callière” museum brought Old Montréal to life with the sound of its Port Symphonies. For this unique outdoor concert, trains, tugboats, boats moored in the Old Port for the winter, and other urban instruments, did unite their musical sounds to create an original work of the most unusual kind.
Our dear friend Esther Pulido is embarking on an exciting journey, launching her Style Blog and Shop at epbzr.com. Best of luck Esther !
Click on the picture to read an article about one of my clients, Marie Griffin PR. I had the pleasure to work backstage for Marie for many years and it is great to see her getting recognition for our peers.
Will Arriaga, owner of Us2 Productions, was invited to speak at Parsons New School for Design on Feb 14th, 2014.