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Vancouver Fashion Week SS19 Highlights

John Casablancas Institute Fashion Business & Creative Arts and Core Design graduates had the opportunity to showcase their collections at Vancouver Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2019. LillzKillz X PR0FAN1TY JCI Fashion Business & Creative Arts and Core Design graduate Lillea Goian hopped off the plane at YVR returning from New York Fashion Week and headed straight to VFW. Twenty-year-old Lillea, also know as LillzKillz, is a Vancouver-based designer who has been featured in countless magazines, including most recent Hunger Magazine and Forbes....


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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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Jason Pillay: JCI Fashion Graduate and Stylist

Born in Edmonton, Alberta and raised in Vancouver, BC, Jason Pillay is a fashion stylist who also works in the film industry and manages a small dance group. “I always loved seeing what people wore at red carpet events, fashion and award shows. Even watching music videos, I was intrigued by the creative direction.” Jason enrolled at John Casablancas Institute for the Fashion Business and Creative Arts Program in 2014 to further educate his knowledge in fashion and seek opportunities in the industry. “I always had an interest in fashion and knew J...


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District 157 & Dissidence Fashion Show Highlights

Last week, John Casablancas Institute's Fashion Business and Creative Arts students put together two fashion shows: Dissidence and District 157. After months of preparing for this night, we are beyond proud of our students who put together a spectacular fashion show. The theme of the shows consisted of streetwear and cutting-edge looks styled by JCI Fashion students. Check out the highlights below: DISSIDENCE FASHION SHOW VIDEO [embed][/embed] DISTRICT 157 FASHION SHOW VIDEO  [embed]


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JCI Fashion X Street Style

Looking and feeling stylish in extremely hot weather can get tough, however, John Casablancas Institute's Fashion students and graduates have no trouble picking out their fashionable looks this season. From bright colors to tuxedo stripe sets, take a look at what JCI students and graduates are wearing this summer! Sayeh Sharelo / @sayehfbaby    There's no doubt that JCI Fashion graduate, Sayeh, is a fashion icon. With over 49K Instagram followers and a Youtube channel, Sayeh is always dressed to impress. We're totally in love with these yell...


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