August 2015


Coffee with a Councillor: Norm Kelly

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: if you’re not following Councillor Kelly on Twitter, you’re not following the right people. In the midst of all the wit, fun facts, and ”daddy” references you may see as you scroll down, sometimes, you’ll even see tweets from editors like me, who hopelessly want to get in on the action in a more in-depth way. And what you see, Councillor Kelly sees! So when he asked me to get in touch for an interview, I jumped (read: leaped) at the opportunity. Although there was no coffee involved, I did ask a range of serious, hard hitting questions. Here’s what he had to say:

What is your favourite thing about the6ix?

(I would say) the energy of the city. The city that I was born into was a very quiet, provincial town. Since the second world war, it has morphed into one of the great cities of the world. Multicultural, international in its interests, a good place in which to invest, raise a family, do business, and have fun. We’re the total package.

I think anyone who warped into a time machine from the early 40’s and 50’s would say that this place is unrecognizable. In a very short period of time, we have caught up in a pulse; the dynamic pulse of the city that was missing at that time but very impalpably present today.

You have a very large millennial following. Do you have any solid life advice you would like to give us?

I’ve tried not to give advice. What I’m doing more than anything else is sharing my view of life in the city. Many of my interests overlap with some of the things Millennials are into as well. Certain aspects of my humour are present in the Millennial Generation cohort. I’m pleased with that experience. But I don’t want to preach – your parents must do a lot of that in your life already.

Do you plan on using your influence to garner their interest and involvement in politics?

I think it’s got to flow naturally. One of the things that I’ve become aware of is that I’m a politician that has shown a very personal side. I (want to) show the multifaceted personality that politicians can have and that makes them more relatable than the otherwise traditional medium where the issues are serious and the responses are as well.

How can others get their Twitter terminology ‘on fleek’ like you have?

The starting point for those looking to get on Twitter or already using it – if you’re not using it as a diary or as an extension of your political, social, and religious beliefs – is from the perspective of having fun. If there’s no fun involved, why are you doing it?

I understand you’re on the CNE Board of Directors. Have you been to the CNE this year this year?

I was down there (last week). My first walk down there is generally from a perspective from a member of the Board of Directors. My wife is with me while I engage in conversation with some of the people and get a sense of how the traffic is performing.

What calorie induced food should we indulge in while we’re there?

My stepson sent me a photograph of chicken on a stick with Frosted Flakes coating. My wife and I sought that out deliberately. We walked past all the others and, although it took us some time to find it, we devoured one.

It’s an interesting taste between the softness of the chicken and the dough (along with) the crispness and the crunchiness of the frosted flakes. It’s the sweetness that it brings to the palette. You ought to try it!

What are your plans when your terms as councilor is up?

A lot of people that I’ve started out with politics have retired. I can’t imagine retirement. But if I didn’t run for office or if I were defeated, I think (I’d take up) writing. My background is in history. (I’ve noticed that) Americans have a far more developed sense of history of themselves as Americans and the American experience. So it’s not unusual for politicians to write memoirs and save all their papers for later generations to read and use as an instrument of understanding. (It’s) not just of that person but the environment in which that person has accomplished, lived, and operated. So maybe (I’d like to) pen my reflections.

Is it your interest in writing that influences your good tweets? What it is exactly that goes behind your well constructed tweet?

Sometimes its spontaneous. Sometimes you labour over it. Like any writing, the shorter the tweet, the more concentrated the message — the better is it. The more reflective it is. There is a famous author who wrote a letter to a friend of his which he said “If I had more time, this letter would’ve been shorter.”

Sometimes it’s there, more spontaneous. Other times, its more reflective and (I think) about it. One of the most important things is I can say something, but I’m not sure if what you’ve said is what you’re hearing. So you sometimes you have to work on a tweet to make sure you’re conveying to the other person is what we want them to hear. And there’s a diversity out there; backgrounds, interests, attitudes. You’ve got to balance those things and hope that it’s a sharply defined and universally understood thought that you’re presenting to people.

How much time do you spend on social media?

I don’t know, that’s a good question. I was once asked by a student that (at City Hall) as part of a school visit ”What do you spend most of your time on?” I hadn’t thought of that previously. When I did, my reaction was reading.

The largest segment of my time is spent on reading. It could be reading the paper that crosses my desk, emails that come in from constituents, stuff that comes in from the bureaucracy here (City Hall), letting me know that that’s going to happen and this is going to happen, reading agendas, and reading books. I (also) read four newspapers every morning. So, reading takes up an enormous amount of my time.

While I’m not reading in order to find material to tweet out – it helps. So when I’m reading all that stuff I might think of something, jot it down, and come back to it later in the day. The Twitter verse can provide you with all sorts of information. They analyze the data in a way I could’ve never imagined. They cut, slice and dice the information in a whole bunch of ways. I try to send out a dozen tweets a day – sometimes less, sometimes more. But it’s hard to say, how much time, really.

Reading is something you spend most of your time on, but what do you like to do on your downtime?

There isn’t a lot of downtime. But if there is downtime, I like gardening. I enjoy planting stuff. Seeing it grow. Tending it.

Politicians who listen to rap music is not something you often hear. What sparked your interest in this genre?

I listen to a broad spectrum of music. I enjoy Hip- Hop and Rap from time to time just as I enjoy Classical, Pop, and Rock music. So my interests are very eclectic. With rap, the introduction was through Drake; the person himself. He’s been very successful. He’s universally known and admired. And I think he’s part of the brand that is Toronto, (especially) in this world of competing regions. Toronto’s fighting for people, money, investments with other cities around the world. Right now, there’s a historical rush from the country side, from small towns and villages, into urban regions. We have to compete for the best people and resources, and all the things that will keep these things not only alive, but growing in a positive way. And Drake is a part of that.

Like a lot of people, he didn’t leave his hometown. He brought his hometown with him. A lot of people view Toronto through him. He’s a part of that energy that I described earlier. So when Meek Mill threw a grenade at him, I was like “Hey, you’re not just attacking him, you’re attacking Toronto.” So I came to Drake’s defense and that opened up the doorway into the rap world. I (took this as an opportunity) to walk through and see what I can learn. I learned a lot of the Millennial Generation and about Rap Music and see what it brings to the city.

The IT guys are on the cutting edge of technology and rappers are on the cutting edge of creativity. You need that to keep the city rolling. We’ve grown dramatically since the Second World War. You should not take things for granted. “Don’t rest on your oars,” as the famous quote goes. You always have to keep working on it. Toronto, right now, is blessed with the people out there – in many fields – that are making a major contribution to the life of the city. I’m an observer of this. And I’m enjoying it! If I can, in any way contribute to that energy and to them in creating it, I would be very pleased with my life.

Who introduced you to Drake?

I’ve never met him. When I became, in essence, the De Facto Mayor of the city, in the last year of the Ford Administration, I became involved in a lot of issues and I met a lot of people. This included The Raptors. I helped to get their training facility at Exhibition Place and I became familiar with the executive of the basketball team. I met with some of the players as well. And Drake also did that. He essentially became the public face of The Raptors. So, I began to, because I like humour, use him in a number of my responses in situations as they developed. I know him I guess, as people know me – from a distance. But I trust that what I know is accurate.

What’s your favourite Drake album?

If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late and Take Care

When can we expect a Drake and Councillor Kelly selfie?  

I don’t know; my office has talked with his office. There could be something in the near future. Couldn’t say anything more than that.

For all the skeptics out there, can you tell them once and for all, if you write your own tweets?

I do. But my approach isn’t me sitting in a room all by myself and using Twitter as a personal diary. “Here I am talking with so and so and afterwards I’m going to go to lunch.” There’s a big city out there with lots of things going on. So I’ve approached it in a certain way. I use a lot of visuals and photos. And I get help in going through that and photoshopping it. That’s not something I can do. I keep my eyes and ears open. I listen to what they say and how they say it. If I don’t know that much about a topic, I go and ask people about it.

How has Mayor John Tory, your colleagues, and family reacted to your fame?

A lot of this has developed in August. And August is downtime in City Hall. Mayor Tory, as he should be, is engaged with the city. He’s out of City Hall more than he is in it. So most of the Members of Council are somewhere else. I rarely see them. My grandchildren and great great neices and nephews, on the other hand, are all ”If you see Drake, can I come?” The older members of the family are sort of ho-hum about it.

What is your goal for your next Twitter milestone?

I don’t have goals. I didn’t set out to attract a large following. That wasn’t the purpose of tweeting. The purpose was to have fun and to say to people ”this is my perspective on life in the city.” I deliberately try to focus on the city itself. I think there is a statistic that says that the majority of the people living in Toronto are born elsewhere. And so, I’m at a unique position to show people what the city looked like, 30 years ago, 50 years ago. I (like to) use archived photos of the city and get them out there. A lot of people go ”holy smokes, have we ever changed?!” I want to give them a chance to see how quickly and dramatically we’ve changed. This is Toronto in all of its multifaceted glory. We’re blessed to live in one of the great countries and best cities in the world. If I can show my enthusiasm in this city, I’m delighted to that.

Follow Councillor Kelly on Twitter!

WATCH: Taylor Swift and Lisa Kudrow Perform Smelly Cat

Oh, what we would give for a little Friends reunion. Just to see the gang sip coffee and listen to Pheobe Buffet sing Smelly Cat over and over and over again at Central Perk.

Half of our dreams came true yesterday when pop sensation, Taylor Swift, called Lisa Kudrow on stage during her 1989 tour in LA. That’s Lisa Kudrow, who played everyone’s favourite hippie – Pheobe Buffet.

As the tune blasted through the microphone into our nostalgic hearts, fans couldn’t help but forget about the other 5 friends, just for that one second.

Because all we care about right now if finding out whose feeding what this cat! Listen to the duet below:

It’s not your fault, folks. We cried a little too. Such feels. Swoon.


The Instant Cure To Resting B*tch Face

Resting B*tch Face (RBF) is a syndrome many women (and Kanye West) have. It’s a condition in which their natural expression mirrors that of a b*tch; someone who is continuously unhappy, almost angry. However, let it be known that those who suffer from RBF don’t always feel angry and unhappy. In fact, they are actually very likeable people. Although the condition may seem incurable, there is actually a small change to your lifestyle that can help fix this problem. If you or a loved one is suffering from RBF, follow this tip to ensure fast and effective relief from this unfortunate condition:


How many times a day do you stop to smile? Bring a curve to those lips you so lovingly line, plump, and fill in with your favourite lipstick every morning. It can be about something tiny like a cute kid on the public transit or nothing at all. Smile because when that kid starts to cry, it’s not you that has to make them stop.

Your face can start to feel stiff after holding it in one, expressionless state for so long. Smiling will help loosen your muscles, make you feel happier, and genuinely bring a much needed boost to your day. After all, your mind is always full of thoughts, remembrances, and conversations. From your date with your significant others, yesterday’s girls night out, or that cat video you saw – again. You don’t have to be by yourself to get lost in your thoughts and smile about them.

Nowadays, we’re too focused on ”making time for ourselves” that we don’t realize that we are always, in fact, with ourselves. You don’t need to plan a date and pencil yourself into your appointment book (or Google Calendar, because 2015) to spend time with yourself.

Unless you’re in a new relationship and still working your way through your honeymoon phase, there is a good chance that you’re alone at least 10% of your day. Even then, why wouldn’t being in your honeymoon phase make you smile? You should be giddy, if anything. Whether you’re on the subway, on your way to work, in your office, or sneaking cake from the fridge at 2 in the morning, there is always something to smile about.

Just simply looking up and openly seeing the world you continually speed-walk through will make appreciating the small things become second nature. Your smiling senses will tingle all the time, revealing sights, sounds you previously ignored. Put your phone in your bag when you walk down the sidewalk today. Bet you never noticed those flowers before, did you?

Learning to appreciate the small things in life is a gift which we all posses but often gets left in the our bedrooms with our flat screen TV, Netflix accounts, and your favourite Flawless t-shirt. Make that Flawless t-shirt your wardrobe staple. Own that t-shirt. Live that t-shirt. Don’t wear Flawless. BE Flawless.

In a pencil skirt and dress shirt? Flawless. On your way to the part-time gig that helps pay your tuition? Flawless. Unemployed but still hanging on? Flawless. Although nothing can compete with a fluffy blanket and Netflix, make every part of your life help you enjoy the little things. Only then will you gain the constant ability to find genuine happiness in your everyday life. Your ‘Resting B*tch Face’ will suddenly become your ‘Yaaas B*tch Yaaas’ face.

Smiling. Talk to your doctor self and try it today.

Dosage: For adults and children 1 day of age and older, the recommended dose of smiling is all day, everyday, not to be exceeded at funerals, Remembrance Day, and dentist appointments. Side effects of smiling may include enjoyment, sensations of happiness, and an overall betterment of life.


How to Rock The Boho-Chic Look

With maxi dresses, palazzo pants, and fringe taking over stores all across the nation, it seems Coachella never really ended this year. Although immensely comfortable, sporting a Boho style can be tricky. There’s a fine line between loose and flowy and baggy and frumpy. Here are some tips you can follow to perfect the Boho-Chic look:

One at a time 

If you wear a loose top, wear fitted pants. Similarly, if you wear loose pants, wear a fitted top. This will prevent you from drowning in your clothes. After all, you wear the clothes, the clothes don’t wear you.

Boho Chic Outfit Idea by Happily Grey

For an urban twist, pull your hair back. Leaving your hair down can scream teenager at a music festival. A nice, structured bag like the one shown below can add some much needed shape to your look. It’s all about balance!

#street #style summer / pattern print maxi + crop top @wachabuy

Play with prints 

The best part about rocking a boho-chic look is being able to wear different types of prints. The colours are usually warm, with yellow and brown hues, which looks good on any skin tone. Tribal prints, aztec prints, or anything with some colour can take your look from drab to fab.

Boho Beauty Dress - 70s, hippie-inspired colors and patterns make this comfy maxi really great.

Less is more 

Focus on one thing at a time. If you decide on a boho dress, skip the fringe shoes. Instead, pair it with some flats, or heels – for a more dressier look. Pro tip: Add a floppy hat to everything and anything this summer for an added flare to your outfit. Love it!

Chiara Ferragni in wide-brim hat and boho-print mini dress


Accessories are everything. Whether you opt for a drapey shoulder bag, or these cute sandles from Free People, choosing the right accessories can even take a simple t-shirt and jeans from street meek to boho chic.

Free People / Ivy Ankle Sandal. This is a very cute gladiator style sandal that I love!!!

Whatever look you opt for, its important to own it. Boho is all about comfort. So if you’re rocking a look you don’t feel comfortable in, you’re definitely not doing it right.

Good luck!

Orange is the New Black: Empowering & Revolutionary

A woman with blonde hair, blue eyes and money is the epitome of attraction.  But that doesn’t matter. When Piper Chapman went to prison, the world she knew in midst of high rise buildings and the latest technologies, disappeared before her eyes. Suddenly, open bathrooms, and private toilet paper with a side of public sex was the norm.

Created by Jenji Kohan and adapted from the memoir by Piper Kerman, “Orange Is The New Black” is available for streaming and has already toppled all notions of what a television series about women looks and sounds like. While network shows have slowly added minority characters, the cast of this series has dozens. Laverne Cox, the actress playing the transgender beautician, Sophia, is transgender herself.

That’s not the only exception. All the women are of all different shapes and sizes. Many of the characters are over 40. There are short women, straight, gay, old; everyone is represented here. Audiences have fallen in love with these women in one way or another. It’s easy to identify with certain characters because women get to see themselves. It’s a complete mythbuster.

One of the myths busted by OITNB is that female characters have to be a little likable. They are criminals. Drug mules. Murderers. Thieves. But what should repel us about them is ultimately what draws us to them. Full fledged criminals became women we know, women we care about, women we root for. “Sometimes unpleasant, but always human.”

Their humanity would not come through without the cast Kohan has assembled. “I think ‘Orange’ is phenomenal,” says Alexa Fogel, casting director of “The Wire,” which pioneered roles for minority men in the same way “Orange” has for women. “They’re writing about a unique environment that we haven’t seen before and I think that’s part of the reason people are so taken with the show.”

Both HBO and Showtime turned down “Orange Is the New Black” when she pitched the series to them. Now Netflix, which has renewed “Orange” for a fourth season (obviously), has the most buzz worthy female-centric show on all of television, with its network confirming that its popularity has surpassed hit show “House of Cards.”


Check out “Scandal” and “How to Get Away with Murder” for more female-centric goodness! Tell us what your favourite show is in the comments below!

Pollenize: Your Guide To The 2015 Canadian Federal Election

The Federal Election is just two months away.  Do you know who you are voting for yet? Let’s face it, some of us simply lack significant knowledge about the political process. Others could care less about the tedious promises and scripted speeches by the candidates (who almost always all look the same!). But fear not! Now you don’t have to vote for someone just ”because everyone else is.” 

Pollenize is a website an mobile application ‘designed to provide voters with an organized, unbiased overview of each candidate’s platform.’ I spoke with the co-founders, Miguel Barbosa and Trevor Blades, to find out some more information about their unique organization. Here’s what they had to say: 

1) What inspired you to create Pollenize? 

Miguel: I was watching a Toronto Mayoral Election debate and one of the candidates didn’t give a concrete answer on how they were going to encourage youth to vote. The main issue to me was that candidate websites are poorly designed and crammed with political rhetoric.

2) What sparked your interest in politics? 

Trevor: When we first started Pollenize, I wasn’t particularly interested in politics. I understood the importance of becoming involved, and the whole team could see that we had an opportunity to make it easier for other people to get involved. Since we’ve been working on this project however, it’s become a little bit more interesting to me because the storylines that play out throughout an election can be dramatic and fun to follow along with (see the 2014 Toronto Mayoral Election).

3) How do you plan to increase voter turnout with this app? 

Trevor: Everybod5y has a values and opinions regarding how they’d like their country to be run. We believe that people want to vote and make a difference, but it’s difficult to understand exactly how the candidates competing in an election align with their values. Pollenize compiles information, cuts out all of the political jargon that scares people away, and presents it in a simple and friendly design.

4) What tips do you have on how to get young adults involved in politics?  

Trevor: Make election day a national holiday. We need to create an event out of this day and make voting feel like more of a privilege than a right.

5) How do you plan on getting people to use your app? 

Miguel: We all volunteer our time on this and don’t have any capital for advertising. We have lots of original content to release that is the total opposite of the traditional election media narrative. Staying active on social media and providing a strong product was the key to our success in Toronto and we are confident this will be amplified due to this election being on a national level.

6) What can we do to break the ”Canadian politics is boring” mentality? 

Miguel: Elections Canada and the Canadian government are in a perfect position to innovate their digital services. Every government website and online tool could use a more thoughtful design approach. How people interact with things is sometimes more important than the content itself.Trevor: What seems like “boring” to one person could be really exciting to another.

7) Did you see positive results with voter turnout after the Toronto 2014 election?

Miguel: GTA voter turnout is on a 3-election high. Voter turnout skyrocketed in Toronto to 980,000. 60% voter turnout. I don’t feel comfortable with saying Pollenize had a definitive affect on that. We just hope it added to the election experience and sparked more political conversations among people of all ages.

8) What are your predictions on who will win the federal election? 

Trevor: I can’t predict how the election will turn out, but I know that there are a number of issues that Canadians have their focus on and could really set the tone for this election. Canada’s economic status, privacy-related issues (namely bill C-51), and environmental issues such as the Alberta tar sands, pipeline construction, and national park preservation will all be on the minds of voters as the election unfolds.

9) What is the voter turnout rate you’re hoping to see? 

Miguel: Let’s get back to April, 1963 where the turnout was 79.2%. That’d be spectacular.

Agreed. Download the app in your app store for free now!  


Bio: Trevor Blades is a web developer and designer. He spends his days at Planet Labs working towards imaging the entire planet every day using a flock of tiny satellites. He also created and maintains the addicting word game, Knoword. Miguel Barbosa is a film director, editor and producer.  He creates music videos, documentaries and commercials. Together, they co-founded  Pollenize. Check out for Pollenize Canada for up-to-date information on the 2015 Federal Election- launching August 24th.

5 reasons to put down your phone

A true test of patience is when you’re telling someone an intense story and their nodding and smiling – while looking at their phone. Suddenly, instead of focusing on the details of the story, you’re trying your best to keep your hands at your sides, and away from said person’s face.

Fear not, fellow humans. There is a small but very effective way to decrease our dependency towards these addictive pieces of technology. Next time you’re out to lunch or dinner with your friends or family, take responsibility and confiscate everyone’s phones, putting them where everyone can see it. If anyone checks their phone during your time together (that includes the torturous wait for our food), they’ll have to pay for everyone’s meals. That’s one very expensive text to check. But is it effective?

I was at a friend’s dinner party where I had just got acquainted with her guests; people I hadn’t had the chance to meet before. I didn’t think they would feel comfortable giving me their phones and frankly, as an extroverted introvert, meeting so many new people made me forget as well. It was only after everyone started browsing their newsfeeds and instagramming their food, that I realized the effect turning off your phone had during mealtime. Conversations went from profound topics about our thoughts on current events to bantering about the latest viral video. You know, the one where that guy falls off that thing – again? Candid opinions and comments were downgraded to snorts and laughter driven by a 30 second video clip with essentially no real substance.

In order to avoid these moments and have conversations without the help of your screens, here are 5 reasons to put down your phone – now!

1. Ignorance is Bliss 

When you’re constantly tweeting and updating your status, the only thing on your mind is usually how many people are liking your status, or reading your tweets. Without a certain number of likes or retweets, it’s easy to feel neglected and lesser than the rest of your followers, whose network is 10% larger than yours is. Disconnecting yourself from social media, even for just or a few hours, allows you to forget about your statistics and focus on more important things. Perhaps getting your family to like you more?


 2. My Eyes Are Up Here   

You’re missing out on a lot when you’re spending so much time behind your screen. Emoticons might express your feelings well, but the expressions on people’s faces just cannot be captured into a yellow face. Put your phone down and have a face-to-face conversation instead. Or go on a date with yourself. It gives you a chance to spend some alone time, build your oral skills, make some memories, and have more candid moments with your friends. Chances are, the person you spend time talking online with for many hours is actually a lot different in person. (And they respond a lot faster, too.)

3. Two Can’t Keep A Secret   

No matter how good you think your breakfast, lunch, and dinner looked on Saturday, not everyone cares. (sorry!) Sometimes, it’s rewarding to enjoy your meal without the constant need to update your virtual friends about it. Spark conversation with the person you’re sharing the meal with, or take yourself out to lunch. Time with yourself is not only refreshing, but also it helps you connect with your thoughts and boosts your confidence.


 4. Cure Your Writer’s Block 

Sure, exposing yourself to the comedians and makeup gurus of the World Wide Web can spark some creativity, but original work comes at the most unexpected moments. It may come during a walk in the park, or even in the shower (stand back, Beyoncé!). Real life experiences drive our creativity. It encourages us to think about the events that occur during the day and avoid distractions caused by the latest updates on our phones. Distract yourself off your phone by trying a new activity. Whether you’re burning calories at a fitness class or taking a walk down the streets of downtown, turning off your phone is sometimes all it takes to turn on your creativity.


5. Sleep longer, feel better 

If you can’t put your phone down during the day, try putting it down an hour before you go to bed. If you’re anything like me, going to bed with your phone in hand can end up with you browsing your feeds, attempting to beat your Tetris score, or spark late night conversations with that insomniac we all know on our friend’s list. Thus, bed times fail and circadian rhythms are skewed, resulting in the distaste of mornings to begin with. Scientifically, the brightness of your screen tampers with your sleep (and beauty- gasp!) as well. And well, you can’t argue with science.

Whether you’re telling the world about your day, or sending your best friend a SnapChat that cannot be processed by the human eye, it seems we’re all about about our screens today. When we’re not updating, we’re thinking about ways we can be updating. Small changes can make a big impact on our daily lives. It is only after you start disconnecting every once in awhile that we start to realize about everything else that the world has to offer. Whether it’s for half an hour or an entire day, it’s important to take some time for ourselves.

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WATCH: Do Guys Prefer Makeup or No Makeup?

When guys tell us they prefer the ”no makeup” or ”au naturel” look, do they really mean it? One of Youtube’s many Makeup Gurus, maicangirl, had to know.

The results? Yeah, they lied.

Fear not, ladies! It’s not like we put makeup on for men anyways, right? But seeing as you’re on Tinder to meet someone, it may be a good idea to go for the guys that choose you for your unedited pictures… just a thought to consider.

Good luck!

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Model To Redefine Beauty at NYFW

In midst of the unattainable beauty standards that the fashion industry is known for, sometimes they excel when it comes to breaking stereotypes. After all, it’s not everyday you see an 18 year old with Down Syndrome walking the ramp at New York Fashion Week. But that’s exactly what you’ll see. Here’s a preview of what to expect of the gorgeous Madeline Stuart:

Another fantastic photo by the amazing Erica and her team which are all tagged. These guys are brilliant

A photo posted by Madeline Stuart (@madelinesmodelling_) on


Thank you Erica for putting the team together and taking this amazing photo. You are an artist xxx A photo posted by Madeline Stuart (@madelinesmodelling_) on


You go, girl! Can’t wait to see you own that ramp!

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