Meera Estrada is the Founder & Editor-in-Chief of FUSIA Media, a premiere online destination for the modern Canadian South Asian Woman. It is where fashion, lifestyle and entertainment intersect with global citizenship. A wife, mother and media maven, Meera wants to inspire women to live their best life and pursue their passions and goals. A degree from the Schulich School of Business paired with a post-graduate in Radio & Television Broadcast Journalism, Meera's education and experience are a force of media savvy. She embodies her brand mantra of fashion meets compassion South Asian style! You can read more of Meera's work in her F Word Blog where she takes you on a personal journey into her world of fun, fearless and fabulous living www.fusia.ca
The new year is here and its definitely out with the old and in with the new when it comes to these fashion faux pas.
It's long overdue, but the success of small and independent brands has helped the larger companies realize that beauty comes in every shade.
12/14/2017 14:11 EST
It may be worth finding out what that look is actually about before deciding to don it.
10/25/2017 14:13 EDT
Our next prime minister may very well be a turban-clad Sikh man who can both proudly observe his religion and represent his country.
10/10/2017 17:23 EDT
The whole reason behind Colin Kaepernick's movement is being lost — and I don't think that's any sort of accident.
09/29/2017 17:48 EDT
The #FirstTimeISawMe hashtag suddenly sprawled across my mind like a stock ticker the moment I heard the news. FINALLY.
08/25/2017 11:43 EDT
The concern led by some black activists, thought leaders and writers is very real.
07/28/2017 14:24 EDT
While I can see that some people feel their representation was taken away, this is not a real-life story where someone is being misrepresented.
07/19/2017 16:00 EDT
Just the way we play with new looks and don't always jump in both feet wet, same goes with eco-fashion.
07/12/2017 15:06 EDT
We are both very open to other religions, and that has been a major factor in making our relationship work for us.
07/04/2017 12:23 EDT
Does this mean that if you're not Indian you can't wear a bindi or sari? Well, no – but the line is thin and definitely not straight.
06/28/2017 11:36 EDT
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