Note from the editor: We planned this section months ago, before we could even imagine a COVID-19 shutdown. But we still believe the timing of this issue is great — it offers a strong reminder of how Edmonton is becoming a more cosmopolitan city, that we are a city of style and a city that likes to have fun. We hope that you enjoy these articles that were part of Avenue Edmonton’s April issue and that they can bring a bit of a respite in what’s been a stressful time. We hope that you and your families stay safe.
This marks the first year of what promises to be an annual tradition at Avenue Edmonton: A celebration of the city’s best-dressed. Edmonton is a city constantly striving to be more — more inventive, more diverse, more established — and we’re looking for those of us who stand out, whether it’s in a boardroom, a big gala or hanging out on a Saturday night. So, we gathered a panel of Edmonton fashion experts and combed through a wide, unsolicited array of local fashion mavens with style attitude for our first official celebration of our city’s style.
Avenue Edmonton’s Best Dressed 2020