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Joe Fresh

I've been surprised to discover how the world of work and learning has so much in common. Organizational structure, measuring success, deadlines and the difference between hearing and learning have all come in to play. As my first cohort of students graduate here is snapshot of what I have learned so far:
The Australian supermodel follows in the footsteps of Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls in fronting the Canadian label.
When you think of millennials and fashion, the first thing that may come to mind is big brand names. After all, millennials are hard-working, successful individuals who go after what they want and indulging in that high-end designer item may be their way of treating themselves. However, recent findings are proving otherwise.
Karlie Kloss returns to Joe Fresh as the face of its fall 2015 campaign, this time with fellow supermodel, Joan Smalls.
The talk show host shines a light just how unethical fast fashion brands really are.
Looks like Joe Mimran already has a new project on the horizon! Following his departure from Joe Fresh, the Canadian designer
This is HUGE. Joe Fresh has just announced the new face of its spring 2015 collection, and it's none other than Miss Karlie
When I shop, I want to know how the pieces I like are made. I look at the tag. I ask where the fabrics are from. I read about the designer. These details reveal the process of a piece that earns a hanger in my closet. This is what separates Heather Smith's designs of Laos-based shop Passa Paa from fast fashion retailers and puts a value on owning her pieces.
Toronto is about to get a lot more stylish! The city is launching a men's fashion week (only the eighth city in the world