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Aimee Savard

Fashion, lifestyle and entertainment scenester

Hot on Canada’s fashion, entertainment and pop culture scene, Aimée has interviewed, networked and partied with the likes of Paris Hilton, Fergie, Juliette Lewis, Sam Roberts, Nick Carter, SUM41, Perez Hilton, Dita Von Teese and many more. She is a Canadian source for numerous Canadian pop culture outlets (and US Weekly). She’s also been a guest judge on the show Style By Jury. A Canadian fashion, lifestyle and entertainment “scenester”, she’s always got something to say, share, advise or warn!

In a past life, she worked for CTV Television where she took on fun activities including television show launch events and on-set appearances. She’s volunteered with Hot Docs – the International Documentary Film Festival in Toronto AND has been a guest host for Movieola on a show called ViewFinder reporting on events including the Toronto International Film Festival as well as the Gemini Awards.

When she’s not tweeting or Facebooking about the next big Canadian hotspot, trend, or celebrity spotting, Aimée’s day job sees her as Principal for AIMpr --- her very own PR agency that has seen her work with a range of celebs and local talent including Lieutenant General Romeo Dallaire, Toronto Argo’s Coach Pinball Clemons and rapper Shaun Booth among others. With nearly ten years’ experience in public relations and communications, she’s influenced the development of fashion and lifestyle products. Everything from cocktails and dining, to make-up and toys, she’s managed award-winning product launches and produced upscale and elite social events for the likes of Warner Bros., TIFF, MMVAs, FQ Magazine, Toronto and Montreal Fashion Weeks and more!

An accredited member of the Canadian Public Relations Society, Aimée has a Public Relations Certificate from Ryerson University and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto. She is also the President of the Reader’s Reason book club and an active volunteer with the World Literacy of Canada.

Laureen Harper: Red, White and Wrong All Over

Our "First Lady" needs to find a balance to ensure her image isn't one of a luxurious princess, but does she need to tell the world that Canadians are mundane or boring? Just because you support the Conservative party, it doesn't mean you can't be a little more "liberal" in your sense of style, non?
07/04/2011 10:46 EDT