Capital Style Files

Producer: Katrina Turnbull
Genre: Lifestyle
Host: Katrina Turnbull

Fashion host Katrina Turnbull gives viewers a never-before-seen look at the new Ottawa and how the city is changing into a destination for chic fashion, unique culture, and modern design.

Viewers will get an exclusive look at how Ottawa is working closely with Canada’s fashion industry and will explore stories of style in the capital.

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Episodes

Episode 1: Canadian Style at the Andaz

In episode 1, fashion host Katrina Turnbull checks in to the Andaz Hotel in Ottawa’s historic Byward Market to chat with tech investor Michele Romanow from CBC’s Dragon’s Den about the changing style of women in business and learn about her latest fashion partnership with designer, Stephanie Ray, founder of Grayes.

Episode 2: Look Good Play Good

In episode 2, fashion host Katrina Turnbull visits TD Place stadium to talk to star Ottawa Redblacks football player, Kyries Hebert, about his eye-catching style on and off the field. Katrina tours the newly built stadium and gets decked out in Redblacks superfan gear.

Episode 3: The French Connection

In episode 3, fashion host Katrina Turnbull visits the historic French Embassy in Ottawa to chat with first female French Ambassador to Canada, Kareen Rispal, to learn about French style and a modern approach to international relations.

Episode 4: Arts and Commerce

In episode 4, fashion host Katrina Turnbull visits the newly renovated National Arts Centre to talk to Canadian fashion designer and Project Runway Canada judge, Shawn Hewson, to see how he contributed to the fashion side of this project and find out what it takes to compete in the competitive Canadian fashion industry.

Episode 5: The Digital Age of Fashion

In episode 5, fashion host Katrina Turnbull crunches the numbers on how local Ottawa e-commerce company Shopify powered the most successful beauty launch of all time, the Kylie Jenner Lip Kit. Katrina also visits local luxury consignment showroom Valamode to see how owner Dia Shams has worked with Shopify to take her business to new heights.

Episode 6: It's All in the Details

In episode 6, fashion host Katrina Turnbull checks out the new West of Main showroom and learns how award-winning designer, Sascha Lafleur, is transforming the city’s most happening spaces with her modern and bold approach to design.

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