Park Luxe Spring 2016 by jill tranquilla


Park Show is something I like to document every time it comes around in Calgary. This past year I've been so busy doing work for people I haven't even had the chance to take these images off my camera card and put them on my blog! Since this show, last May 2016, another Park Event has come and the past (one I wasn't able to attend). That being said, even though these images are from a past season I still find inspiration from the many talented designers and artists making work in Canada. Showcasing labels such as Paul Hardy Designs,  Marie Saint Pierre, Lauren Bagilore, Urbanovitch, O k a k i e, and YEAR of the RAM. 

Here are a few of my favorite looks, outfits, and photos from Park Luxe 2016

Shot with Sony A6300 + Canon 16-35 mm Lens. 
- J.

Sunalta Train Station by jill tranquilla

I first met Yuot incidentally at Monogram, a Calgary-based coffee shop. We were sitting close by each other and both editing photos! Inevitably this led to us connecting. Yuot is one of a kind - make sure to check out his Instagram to see his work! (@yachtsyuot). 

Denim Jacket: Oak and Fort
Top: Babaton
Pants: Oak and Fort
Kicks: Nike Huarache

PARKSHOW 2015 by jill tranquilla

I am desperately catching up on all the blogs that I had planned to do before my life got seriously out of control! PARKSHOW 2015 was an event that happened back in May in Calgary, where Canadian designers and artists came together to showcase their designs. I got to go to this event with my friend Jamie Geddes, which was absolutely wonderful.

This year at PARKSHOW, there was a range of designers that showcased including 6streets, SPBADU, Bano Eemee, Coutu Kitsch, Eliza Faulkner, Sukka Clothing, Vivian Lee, as well as many more. What I loved the most about this even was the accessibility of the designers. They were not only mingling with their audience, but also had small pop up shops which made them easy to find and talk to!  

I put together a VLOG for this event because I knew it was going to be one of those events that I wanted to remember. You can catch it here, on my youtube channel: