Cancer has a way of focusing the mind.
Montreal fashion photographer Anthony Turano learned that the hard way this spring while working on glossy photo book to raise money for breast cancer research.
The fall photo campaign for Blush brings together two Canadian treasures — the elegant Montreal-based lingerie brand and the smoldering Vancouver model Noot Seear.
European lingerie brands have been eying the North American market hungrily for years, looking for post-recession expansion opportunities and hoping to capitalize on American women’s growing taste for old-world finery.
The Canadian label Blush probably can’t stop this invasion singlehandedly, but it won’t be for …
I know it sounds impossible, but if ANYthing can make Carson Kressley blush it might be spending a few hours surrounded by lingerie while women tell him their most embarrassing secrets.
How much fun does that sound?!
Like many lingerie brands, the Canadian label Blush typically delivers two seasonal collections: a fall set of classic looks in dark and neutral shades; and a brighter, more colorful spring line.