This week, I sat down with Melissa Ferreira, the fashion designer, upcycler, and textile maven who has been running Adhesif Clothing in Vancouver for 15 years. We talked about balancing creative and business brains, how important sustainable fashion is, and what it's like to be on the cusp of motherhood as a business owner. Thrilled to have had such an in-depth conversation for the podcast's first foray into the Vancouver business scene.
Listen to our chat here:
That's So Maven! is not a paying job, but is something I devote a ton of time, money, and energy to alongside running my business because I see the importance of it, the need for it, and the incredibly positive impact it has on the community.
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Thanks so much for tuning in to this week's episode of the show! Since we had a bit of a scheduling mishap that resulted in no new episode last week, we're getting back on track with two episodes in a row. Next week, we'll meet Justine Martinson, owner of Lipstick Empire, to hear about her journey into the beauty industry.
See you next week!