#CycleChicFilms: The Whole Story

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Here it is. The fourth and final short film we’re releasing leading up to our biggest event of the year, Cycle Chic Social, on July 5.

In it, we profile Camille Vega.

A stylist for traveling tailor Indochino and a lover of fashion (particularly men’s), Camille uses her photographer’s eye and writer’s ear to craft content for BeatRoute, The Hue and other publications.

Camille also runs her own men’s style blog, Thread of Decency. She knows her suits, that’s for sure. We’re big fans.

This film is actually a profile of a profile. In it, we follow Camille as she stops to interview and photograph the owners of Rowan Sky, a local independent shoe retailer, before retreating to her Railtown office to work on the final piece.

Our Favourite Quote From the Film
“I put everything into my writing and my day job [so] bike riding for me is the one time I have where I don’t have to think about anything [else].”

Fun Fact
The opening scene was coordinated last-minute and the owners of Gastown shoe shop Rowan Sky were kind enough to let the crew shoot in their space. On top of stylish shoes, Rowan Sky carries stylish accoutrements for bike riders, including Brooks bags.

Thanks for watching! Watch our previous three films here.

We also hope you can make it to our party:

Cycle Chic Social

We’ve pretty much taken everything we think is fun and mashed it together into one night.

  • Friday, July 5th, 8:00 p.m. till late
  • At Chapel Arts, 304 Dunlevy Ave (Near Hastings at Dunlevy in Railtown)
  • Fashion show, bikes, video art, food trucks, cash bar, DJs, dancing!

Get your tickets for the Cycle Chic Social here ($10).

And take a look at the Facebook event here.

@VanCycleChic
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facebook.com/vancouvercyclechic

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