Featured Image: milaloulou.blogspot.ca We show you how to bundle up in style while braving the cold Ottawa climate. Ottawa weather can be tough on fashion, especially when a polar vortex makes you want to put on sweats to stay warm. In preparation for the cold weather, pair slush-ready boots with a […]Read more ›
Articles by: Alexandra Gunn
Alexandra Gunn serves as the host of 'Hard News in 60' and 'Straight Talk in 60' for Sun News Network. With a passion for breaking news, Alexandra Gunn has interviewed the top newsmakers of the day, including business leaders and Canadian politicians. Alexandra's portfolio includes prominent roles in Sun News Network's provincial, national and international news coverage; from Ontario politics to The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton and their Canadian tour.
As the Fashion Editor at Ottawa Life Magazine, Alexandra covers Canadian fashion designers, local small businesses, and performance artists of all variety. Alexandra enjoys taking part is community events, judging fashion shows and announcing the latest designers and boutiques to open in the nations capital.
Originally from Calgary, Alberta, Alexandra holds a truly national perspective and will showcase Life and Style questions that are relevant to citizens from coast-to-coast-to-coast.
You can follow Alexandra on Twitter @OttawaStyle and @AlexandraGunn
The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is one of the most talked about runway shows on the style calendar and the 2014 production was full of sexy and sultry looks that will have you glued to your television when it airs December 9th. More than two years after the Olympic Games were held across the […]Read more ›
Photo courtesy of John Smith You could feel the excitement at the pre-gala party held at LAGO Bar for the soon-to-be-opened Nordstrom store at the Rideau Centre. It was a night of celebration and recognition of the two charities that will benefit from the gala scheduled for Wednesday, March 4th. […]Read more ›
Above: Melissa Lamb, Sarah Freemark, Alexandra Gunn and Carolynn Lacasse You’re likely to do a double take next time you’re in the Bayshore Shopping Centre and happen to walk past the newly opened Rockport store. The bright and airy layout mixed with trendy footwear is a step in the right […]Read more ›
Bright hues, chunky knits, sumptuous coats – fall 2014 is full of easy-to-wear pieces you’re going to love. When it comes to colour, fall fashion is all about breaking free from traditional autumnal hues in favour of more unexpected ones. Pantone Color Institute’s Leatrice Eiseman says that, “colour transcends time […]Read more ›
The countdown is on to wear your best dark frock for Harvest Noir and take part in the annual pop-up Ottawa event. Here is just a little video of what you can expect: Harvest Noir 2014: Make Magic I will be judging the fashion show and there will be lots […]Read more ›
It’s a wrap! Another season, another New York Fashion Week. Models, designers and fashion enthusiasts descended on New York for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week to see the shows, meet-up with fashion friends and to take part in one of the world’s biggest fashion events. Everyone knows that if you want to […]Read more ›
There’s something adventurous about making plans to travel abroad. Whether you’re about to hop on the next plane overseas or even if you’re staying put in Ottawa, try out these globe-trotting styles seen on the Spring/ Summer runways. It’s easy to get on trend and stay cool as the humidity […]Read more ›
This week, designers took to the runway in Gatineau, Quebec for their chance at competing at World MasterCard Fashion Week in Toronto. One lucky designer walked away with the green light from the judges to continue in the competition to present their collection on the main stage during Canada’s biggest […]Read more ›
Win two tickets to the Mercedes-Benz Start Up event in Gatineau!! Comment under this article or one of our Facebook or Twitter posts and you will be entered into a draw to win a set of tickets! Winners will be announced on Monday, August 18th. If you’re a fashion lover you […]Read more ›
With a surge in blow dry bars appearing in Ottawa, bad-hair days just might be a thing of the past. The pop up of these new shops are courting women who want polished locks in a flash and as with most businesses, some salons are better than others. If you’re […]Read more ›
You can’t go into your favorite store without noticing a large selection of shirts seem to have… shrunk. Along with the sleek styles that emerge from the runway, each season brings some challenging shapes and styles as well. This season, the ‘it’ trend has been revived from the ‘90s and […]Read more ›
Nine contestants were in the running for the top spot as they showed their collections at the Grande Premiere fashion show held by Richard Robinson at the Hilton Lac Leamy. The judge’s panel consisted of Ottawa’s top fashion influencers: Katherine Ellis from FAJO Magazine, Angie from Angies Models and Talent, […]Read more ›
This spring look forward to peeling off your winter layers and slipping into macaroon pastel shades and lace pairings. Designers went for a modern twist on the traditional pastel palette by extending it to lace, prints and swaths of organza. Burberry was right on the mark with its runway collection, […]Read more ›
As the weather turns warmer, the OLM team shares their secrets on seasonal must-haves, beauty essentials, and vacation locales.Read more ›
Who will be Ottawa’s Fashion Designer and Couturier of the Year? OLM’s Fashion Editor, Alexandra Gunn will be on the celebrity judges’ panel to help determine the emerging designer of 2014. The fashion show will feature Richard Robinson’s latest collection and the collections of the new emerging fashion designers and couturiers, […]Read more ›
Is there such thing as Celebrity Studies? Celebrity reporter for CTV’s eTalk and co-host of the talk show The Social, Elaine Lui offered a convincing lecture at an intimate event in Ottawa bringing together media, bloggers and entertainment aficionados. Better known as Lainey Gossip, she certainly thinks the culture of […]Read more ›