Vancouver fashion: Mia Moth, Jody Glenham and Strange Magic in Roots Olympics wear
– photos by Jessica Bardosh/text by Michael Kissinger
Two people, one spirit, many rocks between them. He looks glum because he doesn’t have woven wildlife on his boobs.
Notice how the model is looking backwards into the distance like she’s on some sort of urban vision quest. Incidentally, I think I have an Urban Vision Quest CD from 1995 called Electric Badger.
Although her lips say she’s not interested in his two tickets to see Belarus vs. Latvia in the first round of the men’s hockey tournament, her eyes say, “The waffle lining of your parka intrigues me.”
Oh to be the furry meat in an Olympic sandwich. No, that’s not cilantro you’re detecting, it’s the savoury taste of victory.
Do you like the teamwork involved in the two-man luge but not the spandex or the lying down on each other’s junk part? So do Allan and Kara, shown here practicing for the Speculative Real Estate Investment event. It’s like I’m staring into the soul of Whistler.
Guttersnipe would like to gratefully acknowledge the help and support of photography assistant Kiera Dimoff, makeup artist Livia Metcalf, videographer Romila Berryman, and Darren Roberts and Melissa Goveas of Karyo-Edelman.
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