Why do we travel if not to seek the deeper meaning of life? And yet so often, when we embark on our spiritual journey, we realise that the answers to…
It was Alma Romanello’s yoga pants that first caught my attention. They were black, and long, with a narrow tapering leg and a drawstring waist, clearly inspired by the traditional…
Whether you like malas for their spiritual symbolism or simply for their beauty, there’s a lot to these beaded garlands. Today, we look at the beautiful malas by Tiny Devotions, a cool Canadian company that is handcrafting these elegant necklaces.
Post eco-fashion week in Vancouver, here’s an interview with local yoga clothing company Tonic, where the Tonic Collective and Tonic Designers discuss yoga, lifestyle and sustainability.
Canadian jewelry designer + yogini, Sonja Picard launched her eponymous jewelry line, the Sonja Picard Collection (SPC) in 2000, which now has over 350 pieces crafted in silver, gold, gemstones and Canadian diamonds and celebrates the yogic and tantric traditions of adornment. Today, Sonja puts her sculptural background to use as she first hand-carves each original piece in wax, invoking the human spirit and offering a sculptural organic quality to the jewelry. As Sonja launches the newest addition to her work, the SPC Bridal Collection, Yogue chats with her about Yoga, creativity, the eco aspects of her design process and of course bridal inspired yogic jewelry.
Originally from Whistler, Canada, Christy Feaver is a yogi and jewelry creator, who calls Bali home and it is here that she fashions her unique, striking designs, ranging from bracelets, earrings and necklaces that hint of sophisticated exoticism.
Save the world, one reusable bag at a time. Yogue loves chico bag’s stylish, eco shoppers. Have one handy always.
meet savvy eco-new mom, clothing designer Nicole Bridger, a vancouverite who brings global sensibilities to her feminine clothing that traverses yoga and casual luxe clothing.
a review of eco-home shopping destination store Dream Designs in Vancouver, canada.
Can we change the world through our clothing? Yogue chats with Anna Gilkerson of deux fm.