Italian designer, Massimo Rossetti, transformed his fascination with the Anchorage, Alaska 210th Rescue Squadron into Parajumpers, a collection of highly functional outerwear that fuses technical fabrics and features with chic designs. Each style is named for the legendary rescue mission that inspired it.


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ΛtopA&E Reviews

Christopher Owens @ The Biltmore Cabaret
by Jesse Gotfrit

Dressed in Californian 70’s attire with disco balls hanging parallel to each other in opposite corners of the stage, Christopher Owens and his band cast a dizzying set that contrasted to the dingy, yet comfortable feeling of the Biltmore.  continued...

VIFF Review: The Chaperone and 1987
by Denise Mok

September 30th was Canadian triumph, with screening of two Canadian films written and directed by creative Quebecers. The screening I attended opened with the Canadian short film, The Chaperone by Fraser Munden and Neil Rathbone and was followed by Ricardo Trogi’s 1987. continued...

VIFF Review: Mommy
by Jesse Gotfrit

Seemingly with a vendetta to be the most heart-wrenching film you’ve ever seen, Xavier Dolan’s fifth feature film Mommy (2014) plays out like the most twisted Freudian melodrama, whilst still maintaining a tone of sincerity, hope, and sweet nostalgia. continued...

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