Laura and Melanie Lyne had the distinct pleasure of outfitting three exceptional women during the month of August. Each wore a captivating style from the Canadian retailer while posing for a different occasion.
The Osheaga Music & Arts Festival
Fashion and lifestyle blogger Robin J. recently revealed her wild side at Osheaga – an annual indie music festival held in Montreal, Quebec. Sporting an edgy animal print duster blouse from Melanie Lyne, the creator of My Closet Journey, chose to wear the Frank Lyman design as a dress.
In honour of the 25th anniversary of the Acadian World Congress, Radio-Canada Acadie shared a number of inspiring stories. One notable article highlighted the journey of Lillian Vetter – a 97-year-old woman from Massachusetts who relocated to New Brunswick after reuniting with her biological family at the age of 72. While sitting for a photo in the Moncton retirement home, where she now lives with her sister, Lillian looked charming in a blooming floral print top from the Laura Petites collection.
La Trompette & Ses Cordes
As Marie-Pier Descôteaux posed for photos alongside her four bandmates, the esteemed trumpet player stunned in a chiffon jumpsuit from Melanie Lyne. The Vince Camuto design was the perfect ensemble to promote her upcoming fall tour in association with the Trois-Rivières Symphony Orchestra.
With fall just around the corner, stay tuned for more exciting media coverage on the latest styles from Laura and Melanie Lyne.