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Bare Knitwear Designer and JCI Fashion Graduate: Kelsey Adair

"As early as high school I knew I wanted to run my own apparel business."  Kelsey Adair, born and raised in North Vancouver, BC, graduated John Casablancas Institute in 2010 with a diploma in Fashion Business & Creative Arts. She is the founder of women's clothing brand, Bare Knitwear. Q: Why did you choose to enroll at John Casablancas Institute for Fashion?  "I was attracted to the variety of courses and disciplines JCI offered. I was looking for a school where I could get a well-rounded knowledge of the industry and I found that at JCI." ...


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JCI Fashion Graduate and Canadian Designer: Mélissa Bolduc

Canadian Fashion Designer Mélissa Bolduc graduated from the Fashion Business and Creative Arts program at JCI Institute in 2003. Her love of fashion started young when at seventeen she began making her own clothes. An avid figure skater, Mélissa aspired to design a line of athletic apparel for the sport: “I learned how to sew at a young age and had the idea of dressing up athletes. I enrolled at JCI because I knew this course was exactly what I needed to begin my clothing line.” Her experience at JCI helped Mélissa realize just how much she adored ...


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Amazing Canadian Fashion Magazine: Sally Omeme

We are pleased to see our very own JCI Fashion graduate and Canadian Fashion Designer, Sally Omeme featured on Amazing Canadian Fashion Magazine. This biannual publication, which is now available at Chapters Indigo across Canada, highlights the finest Canadian artists and designers, including Sally Omeme, on page 64. It must be an honor to be featured on ACF and we're extremely proud of Sally! "Magazines are normally not made the way Amazing Canadian Fashion magazine is. Most contain plenty of ads, junk media, and not a magazine entirely of custom cura...


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JCI Presents: Fashion Designer Sally Sandusky for Vancouver Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2016

We are pleased to present knitwear fashion designer and JCI almuni, Sally Sandusky, for Vancouver Fashion Week. Sally's collection, Sally Omeme, will be showcased on Wednesday, March 16th. In the meantime, we got to chat and learn more about Sally's journey in the fashion world. Tell us about your story. What got you into fashion designing and the fashion industry? I remember the first time I saw a fashion show. It was in the mall, I remember the hair, makeup and clothing the models wore. I remember how they walked to the beat of the music. Most imp...



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