Camera Roll - March 2018
If you follow us on social media, you can see that we try to go to multiples events, exhibits and other fun stuff around the city. To keep this motivation going and share even more with you, we are starting a monthtly Camera Roll in which we will show you some glimpse of what we have been up to.
Since we just started the concept, we definitely have to get better at taking (and saving!) more pictures. Duly noted for April!
We celebrated Juliette's birthday with a pretty colorful treat
Fanny took me to Versus Coffee to get a very Instagramable latte! Check them out at Adelaide/Church.
Femmes en Or down at the city hall
On March 8th, we went down to the city hall to listen to 5 women entrepreneure to celebrate International Women's Day. Francophone event organized by Oasis Centre des Femmes. On top of meaningful conversations, we also got a chance to see the Chamber of Council. They gave us way too much power.
Babes who Brunch
The Ace Class is a collective of women, originally from Calgary, who activate, cultivate and empower each other. We went to their first Torontonian brunch at the Gladstone, in which we met Julie Harrish, founder of 6ix cycle, whom you might meet sooner than later around here...
Rocked with Deadset Society
Just because we are all about girly stuff doesn't mean we don't love good rock bands. Not gonna lie, Deadset Society has a special place in our hearts since we did their first promo shoot a year ago. They don't play a lot in the city, so when they do, you can make sure we are there. And you should to. (we didn't take any photos - ugh - so thanks Michael Amaral for the pic!)
Women & Fitness Panel
As you may know, Fanny and I are both into fitness via our aerial silks passion, so when we bumped into this event at the Love Child Social House, we just had to go. We heard 5 very interesting panelists, got rubbed by MyoDetox, and met the beautiful Jessie & Chloe (same, you will likely meet them soon!)
Dreaming Big & Being Bold
Again, Eventbrite is a good source for events like this. Dreaming Big, Being Bold is a book gathering multiple author's life experiences, aiming to motivate you by their stories. We have met so many insightful people during that evening. Not gonna lie, almost 90% of people were from London, ON and were fairly surprised to see random people coming in. Oh well, we're pretty curious and it was a nice discovery!
Our one year boudoir anniversary is coming up!
Yep, that's right! On April 4th, it's Scandaleuse Boudoir's birthday! We are working on a video you shall see soon!
She Leads Conference by Her Campus
The conference brought together five female reporters to discuss the topic of women in journalism in Hart House at the University of Toronto. While we are not in this industry at all (and not even students at U of T for that matter), it was super interesting to learn more about female journalist's everyday's accomplishments & struggles. Best advice: “report like women, publish like men.”