The look for Winter 2015/16 is all about Victorian Gothic. Think black lace, high necklines, Gothic art and moodiness.
WHO? McKenzie, Numa Models
WHERE? Workshop Kitchen + Culture.
Downtown Calgary’s premiere choice for chef-driven and seasonally sourced cuisine, Chef Kenny Kaechele and his skilled team create a daily 5 course “Improv” menu which ensures a unique experience each visit. In addition, a cocktail focused bar menu showcases both original and classic drinks. Set inside a century old Theatre building, WORKSHOP promises a journey into both familiarity and discovery. 608 1st Street SW, Calgary.
THE MOOD? Dark and moody with a touch of Victorian Gothic. It’s all about different textures to achieve this vibe – velvet, lace and satin are great choices to amp up the Victorian edge this season. “Workshop Kitchen and Culture naturally sets a dramatic mood and the darkness lent a cool edge to the shoot,” says fashion editor Shivana Maharaj.
WHAT OUR EDITOR SAYS? “Classic black eyeliner is anything but boring this season. Think double winged, graphic or smudged. Mix in tones of plum or forest green to make your eyes dazzle.”
PHOTOGRAPHER? K&S Media
STYLING? K&S Media
This original article initially appeared in the Winter 2015/16 issue of City Style and Living Magazine.