This Month’s Feature: Fashion

Whether fashion is your passion or your nemesis, the fact is that we all need to drape our bodies in something.
In the July issue of Senior Living, we unravel fashion for the maturing woman by talking to style experts and several of Canada's top designers. Featured designer Simon Chang tells us what fuels his passion to create clothing for women of all ages. Get effective tips you can adapt to your current wardrobe or execute on your next shopping spree. Find out the must-have pieces you'll want to incorporate this fall. And learn how to highlight your best assets while downplaying your trouble spots.

Also in this issue, we explore Central and North Vancouver Island as a possible retirement community. For active and outdoor-loving boomers and seniors, this is an ideal location to consider for retirement with its optimal climate, lower housing prices and an abundance of services and amenities beckoning you.

Finally, as Senior Living magazine expands to the Okanagan, meet entrepreneur Marjorie Horne, who turned a life-long passion into a profitable business in her hometown of Kelowna.



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