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BUSINESS INNOVATOR: Anna Mo, Founder of Ohhio

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Editor ANASTASIA HILL Photography ANDREY BEZUGLOV, ANNA MARINENKO & ANNA GOLTSBERG   View in FANIQUE Magazine ISSUE 4 HERE   Most people may not be familiar with the name Ohhio but a majority of the Instagram junkies must have seen

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FASHION EDITORIAL: Heathers Squad

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Heathers Squad Photographer Hui-Yu Stylist Kim Latieule Illustrator Midori Nohara  Makeup Artists Mattie White Hair Stylist Leonic Law Models: TASHA and MARGARITA / Elite Model Management) View in FANIQUE Magazine Issue 4 HERE

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FASHION EDITORIAL: Je Suis Prêt

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“Je Suis Prêt” Photographer Kyrsten Galang Model Mackenzie / I Model Management Stylist Julie Redmond Makeup and Hair Chanel Puma View in FANIQUE Magazine Issue 4 HERE

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FASHION EDITORIAL: The Beaumont Sisters

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The Beaumont Sisters Photographer Gerald Larocque Art Direction Annya Karina Makeup and Hair Holly Kurmis / Hot Makeup Stylist Alexandra Spence / Larkspur Vintage Models Lauren / Spot 6  Mila / Peggi Lepage  Mary-Kate / Anita Norris Wardrobe Samantha Pleet, Fortnight Lingerie, The Aspen Tree,

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FASHION EDITORIAL: Je Suis Prêt

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“Je Suis Prêt” Photographer Kyrsten Galang Model Mackenzie / I Model Management Stylist Julie Redmond Makeup and Hair Chanel Puma View in FANIQUE Magazine Issue 4 HERE

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Behind Her Lens: A Young Rising Talent Jessica Zhao

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Years before graduating from University, Beijing-born and Toronto-raised photographer Jessica Zhao, an emerging young talent whose work is inspired by multi-cultures, were miserably struggling about her future in fashion. After years of time commitment and efforts on chasing her fashion

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Featured Story: Susan Langdon’s 21 Years Executive Director Life at A Fashion Non-profit

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“To be a successful designer, you can’t just be creative. You have to be able to manage the creativity with saleability. If it won’t sell, you are not going to have your next collection,” says Susan Langdon who has devoted

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BUSINESS INNOVATOR: Wear Your Label- From Stigma to Fashion Innovation

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“Wear Your Label sparked as a small idea: clothing to create conversations about mental health. We wanted to encourage individuals to take ownership of their mental health, rather than fear the labels that so often define us. “ — Kayley

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The ARTIST: Andre Kan

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“Art is the only thing I want to be doing right now. It’s a little scary yet invigorating at the same time – when making art starts generating income, paying for bills, and some form of reputation starts building for

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FANIQUE Notes

ABOUT Andre Kan

Andre Kan is a Toronto based painter. Since graduating from the Ontario College of Art & Design University in 2014, he continues his creative pursuits as an Artist, Photographer, Curator, Producer, and Musician. His paintings has been showcased throughout Canada with permanent collections in the U.S and China. Enlivened by his interest in spacial structures and interconnectivity, Andre Kan's paintings serve as excitable blueprints for a possible reality. Each work depicts the artists' signature imaginative building blocks that converge and begin to build upon each other and strengthening each other towards an ever transforming space. Kan's structures are substantial and complex but not yet anchored - they float suspended in his psychological space. In this

Enlivened by his interest in spacial structures and interconnectivity, Andre Kan's paintings serve as excitable blueprints for a possible reality. Each work depicts the artists' signature imaginative building blocks that converge and begin to build upon each other and strengthening each other towards an ever transforming space. Kan's structures are substantial and complex but not yet anchored - they float suspended in his psychological space. In this way Kan's buildings remain a playful proposition for the viewer not yet tied to a specific place or function. With his dynamic formations, Kan propels us towards an ever optimistic future where new connections and constructions have yet to materialize.

Website: www.andrekan.com

Instagram: andrekan_

Twitter: @andrekanart

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