Below is a brief compilation of my publications, tv segments, and press links to my work and features as a fashion and beauty writer, stylist, and journalist. If
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| Pop Culture TV – “How to Transition Your Wardrobe” | 


| Radio 96.5 Interview – What To Cook For Valentine’s Day

| Radio 96.5 Interview – Valentine’s Day Style | 

| Pop Culture TV – “What to Wear For Date Night” | 


| Pop Culture TV – “How to Stay Cute in the Cold” | 

| CTV Live at 5 – “Wardrobe Refresh” | 


| CTV Live At 5 – Section Six “The Lumbersexual” | 

 Guest stylist – view video here.

| Mic Mac Mall – Styled #mmmPriceCheck Contest |

| The Chic Canuck |

Featured Blogger & City Guide to Halifax for The Chic Canuck – The Chic Canuck is a tastemaker’s guide celebrating Canadian business, entrepreneurs, design, travel, and everything in between.  Check out the full article here >> The Chic Canuck

| Stylelist Canada |

Fashion and Beauty writer (and style council member) for Stylelist Canada – An edgy, contemporary online destination for fashion, style and beauty,
featuring Canadian-based content, celebrity guest editors and local
contributors, all designed to inspire Canadians to look and feel their
View full articles here >> Stylelist Canada

| Flare Magazine |

Localist Contributor for Flare Magazine. FLARE takes an intimate look at art, décor, film, food,
literature and design; while its investment in breath-stealing artistry
sets the standard in Canadian fashion insight. Available in print,
online, tablet and smartphone – its award-wining content and innovative
design celebrates Canadians with style.

| The Coast |

‘Wear It’s At’ – Published in the September ‘Back to School Guide’ of The Coast founded by six friends from King’s College who were inspired by New York’s Village Voice, The Coast has remained independent and locally owned.  Read  electronic version here.

| Line Magazine |

Featured blogger in Spring issue of the print magazine Line, which works to spotlight the Atlantic fashion scene. Featuring local talents from designers, models, shops, shop owners photographers and even bloggers! The full Spring issue (digital copy) can be found by clicking here

| Fashion Magazine Canada |
Currently I am a member of the style panel for Fashion Magazine (Canada). Style Panel is a collection of cross-country fashion experts sharing their unique style know-how each week in answering to the toughest how-to-wear questions. To check out my responses to all my weekly contributions click here.

| Profile Halifax Magazine |

“Profile Halifax is dedicated to fostering an environment where good ideas flourish. We do this by sharing success stories of people from all walks of life. Our goal is to give you a snapshot of the lives of the people around you who chose to take a risk and have succeed in Halifax, or chose to make a difference in their community.”

Profile Halifax Magazine is a print magazine that is available in most coffee shops around the Halifax Area. We are currently working to get the magazine online; until then you can check out the current issue via pdf here: 

Kristin Roe | Profile Halifax Magazine 
Roe swam the English Channel battling nausea, vomiting, and dehydration, but was determined to make it. “It was the hardest swim I ever had to do,” says Roe, but was reminded of a friend’s advice to, “Remember to pinch yourself.  There are few people who get to experience this”… Read more at 

How Entrepreneurial Is our City? | Profile Halifax Magazine When Essa Horvath started Sculptura Fitness a year ago, she never thought she would still be working out the kinks a year later. Struggling to find the missing pieces to successfully running her own business, at times when she wanted to throw in the towel, Horvath says it is her passion for fitness and her loyal clients that kept her going. Read more


| Paris à la Mode |

“Paris à la mode is an online magazine and website written and produced by a worldwide base of contributors with headquarters based out of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The magazine’s origin was based on a small fashion and lifestyle blog in 2009 and developed into an online media publication with contributors and readers from around the globe.”

Fashion Meets Sustainability | Paris a la Mode
A conversation with Janelle Warren, owner and creative genius behind the sustainable and eco-friendly accessories from C’est Elle Jewelry. How did the idea for C’est Elle come about? I’ve always loved making art, from dance to music to painting. Jewelry was one of the art forms I enjoyed making growing up. Read more at

Combating Conformist Trends | Paris a la Mode
A conversation with Meghan Finney, owner and creative genius behind the dresses of La Quaintrelle is an online boutique carrying smart and chic, vintage-style clothing for the modern woman.

 Halifax Works it ‘Head to Toe’ | Paris a la Mode
As women, most of us seem to gravitate towards anything that involves food, fashion, or? Beauty products. Maybe it’s nostalgia: indulging catapults us back to the days of late night sleepovers with trying on clothes, doing hair, cheesies, and blue eye shadow. Even though we’ve grown up, educated ourselves and transformed into career women, we still love to be pampered. Read more at

Are You Ready Boots? Start Walkin’! | Paris a la Mode
If someone gave you 100 dollars, how would you spend it? Easy to do these days – spend $100, right? Not necessarily. For Big Day Downtown bloggers this proved itself to be a challenge because this year there was a catch.

Fashionistas Non-Fiction Faux-Pas (On Jeanne Beker’s “Find Myself in Fashion”) | Paris a la Mode
Beker’s book opens with promise, with plenty of motivational and uplifting anecdotes for her bushy-eyed fashion loving readers.  Jeanne shares her thoughts on what she’s learned through her travels from India to Paris. This woman has seen a lot and there is no shortage of gratitude from this former Paris Mime.
Read more at 

| NSCC Newsletter |

Circulated internally to all Nova Scotia Community Collage staff and students the NSCC newsletter hopes to instill a sense of community while also keeping students and faculity informed of local news and events. 

| The Coast  |

The Coast has had a clear mission: to cover Halifax better than any other media organization on the planet. Full article available on The

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