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03.2018
Blog / Fashion / Features

Phased by LJ at Vancouver Fashion Week F/W 2018

John Casablancas Institute Core Design graduate Lyndsey Jackson showcased her latest collection for her brand, Phased by LJ, at Vancouver Fashion Week's Fall/Winter 2018 show. It was Lyndsey's first-ever showing at VFW and she definitely left her mark on the runway. Born and raised in North Vancouver, Lyndsey has always been inspired by fashion and art. After living in Berlin, Germany in 2013, her mind opened up to the excitement of arts and creativity. [caption id="attachment_16451" align="alignnone" width="500"] Image via Getty Images[/caption] "...

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Davneet Dhillon,
20
02.2018
Blog / Fashion

Born To Do This: Jillian Robertson

Born and raised in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Jillian Robertson is a globetrotter and fashion designer. Jillian enrolled at John Casablancas Institute to take the Core Design Program where she wanted to further develop her understanding of fashion and sewing. Upon graduating the program, Jillian had the opportunity to showcase her first collection Shoreline at Vancouver Fashion Week SS18. "I've been sewing as much as possible lately since I've decided that I want to own my personal clothing line. I now have a small studio set up in my den and a 1980s industri...

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Davneet Dhillon,
16
02.2018
Blog / Fashion

Must-Have Women’s Accessories for Pre-Fall 2018

Fashion is always moving fast and what we think may be the latest trends can end up being vanished in a blink of an eye. Designers are constantly working years ahead to bring out new and creative fashion. With Spring yet to arrive, we've already come to terms with the must-have women's accessories for pre-Fall 2018. This Fall you will notice youthful attitudes seen in fashion. Trends such as baseball caps, big scarves, tote bags and statement pieces will be seen worn by all the popular Instagram bloggers. Get prepared for Fall 2018 with these must-have...

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Davneet Dhillon,
28
11.2017
Blog / Fashion

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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Davneet Dhillon,
01
06.2017
Blog / Fashion

JCI Talks: Creative and Fashion Director, Maneli Nourbakhsh

Meet Maneli Nourbakhsh, the Creative Director of Aiki District and the Fashion Director/Career Liaison at John Casablancas Institute.    At age three, before even really knowing what fashion was, Maneli was already fascinated with illustrating women in different outfits. She loved creating from a young age but found herself equally drawn to the academic field of law as she continued through school. “I was caught in-between my two passions: fashion and law. During career week in high school, I interned at a fashion house called Christine Vancouver for...

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