These are some of my Pins from this week. Pinterest has become part of my daily routine. I love style so much and I’ve been pinning everything I want from Nasty Gal. I want everything. It’s torture.
Their ads stalk me on
many every single website and their email makes me drool. They’re hip on social and have a beauty of a blog with new lookbooks all the time.
Today Catherine posted an interview with Michael Rubenfeld, Artistic Producer of the SummerWorks theatre festival. Her and I chatted at the VIP Soiree last month and she included me in her article (see below).
August 7, 2012: Digital Journal – Toronto blogger Casie Stewart (L) chats with journalist Catherine Kustanczy before the SummerWorks Soiree in early July. Stewart, who worked as the community manager for MuchMTV Group at Canadian broadcaster CTV and received mentions in the Wall Street Journal and Mashable (among others), is in charge of the festival’s blog this year. Read more.
July 9 2012 – Casie Stewart (left) and Catherine Kustanczy at the SummerWorks Summer Soirée held at the Great Hall in Toronto. Photo by Della Rollins for the Globe and Mail
The second photo was taken for the Globe & Mail but not published. (I don’t think??) My most recent post on the SummerWorks blog is about Hawksley Workman and one of his songs I love. He’s performing as part of the festival on Saturday.
Off to Thompson Hotel roof for fashion soiree. Have a great day/night/morning wherever you are!
Hi guys! Matt here, live from Osheaga in Montreal for casiestewart.com! The festival has been great so far. Lots of sun, some clouds, good food (but looooong lines), and most importantly, unreal music! And now, I present to you:
OSHEAGRAM: Osheaga by instagram – The festival told through nice photos.
Rue St. Cathrines. Super festive. Reminds me of Church Street in Toronto.
Watching fun. from the side! The crowd knew every word and head banged to Some Nights.
This is Yukon Blonde jamming out. Such a solid indie rock group. Definitely a highlight.
This is me drinking beer. Enough said.
Down With Webster was my favourite part of the day. Those dudes know how to bring it. They tossed beer cups into the crowd and got us jumping to every beat.
Franz Ferdinand! I’ve been waiting to see these guys for years and they did not disappoint! Playing a combination of new & old tunes they were a blast and a half.
And finally – Justice. What can you say about two dudes who make such awesome music and put on some of the most amazing shows ever? Can’t do ’em Justice. (lololololol)
The sun started setting and Sigur Ross came out. Their smooth, dreamy melodies had everyone in a daze. Such an experience.
Here’s to hoping day 2 is even better than 1.Check out my Twitter and Instagram feeds (matttnificent) for live Osheaga updates!
Cheers n beers,