Fred Hollingsworth is at home. Literally—he is sitting in the large conservatory at the back of his North Vancouver house, listening to the water gurgle and drip across the basalt stones of an indoor fountain.
Mexico City exudes nonchalance. At times it’s lethargic (airports, markets), other times it’s familial and cool (courtyards, cafés). But inside the establishments that make up Polanco, the city’s most fashionable quarters, service is attentive, on point, excellent.
Rozemerie Cuevas has remained determined despite the tough industry odds that Canadian fashion designers face. And sitting across from her in the Jacqueline Conoir showroom, it’s easy to understand why this marks her 25th year in business.