One day in Calgary: Model and Stitched! guest judge Ania B.

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As one of North America's top fashion influencers, Ania B has worked with global brands throughout the year through visual campaigns that grab the attention of hundreds of thousands of people. Based in Calgary, she also walks the runway at many major fashion events, including PARKSHOW and PARKLUXE, and contributes to Flare magazine.

On Sunday, October 21, Ania B. will join the Stitched! judging panel as a guest expert while four designers from across North America (including Saskatoon's Laurie Brown) sketch, cut and sow their way to a $10,000 prize. You can catch the episode live at 7 p.m. (ET) on Slice or stream it online the following day.

Ania B is a huge fan of Calgary's booming restaurant scene. When she's not posing in front of her partner Tyler Stalman's camera, Ania is likely enjoying some bites and drinks with her friends at her favourite places around town.



I love the new hot spot, Brekkie. It's a little out of the way, but their granola bowls are well worth the trip. The decor is very photogenic and I love that there is avocado in everything!


This beautiful French creperie is one of our go-tos. The food at Suzette Bistro is delicious and satisfying and it makes you feel chic just being a part of the experience.



Good vibes on a Friday  . . . #yyc #yycfood #yyceats #yycliving #capturecalgary #curiocitycalgary #eater

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The vibe at Two Penny is one of the best in the city. It’s super chill with a contemporary take on the best Chinese classics. I never thought I loved pork as much as I do until we had dinner here. The Tea Room downstairs makes it a great one stop shop for spending a chilly evening out. You can go from having dinner to drinks in a matter of few short steps.


The Wednesday Room is where we send all of our friends visiting from out of town. It is located on one of Calgary's best and most historic streets, Stephen Avenue. The decor is a play on 70s retro, cozy and inviting yet probably one of the coolest hot spots in the city. The drink menu is filled with instant icons and the food will leave you raving. The Croatian noodle dish is a surprise item yet by far one of my all-time faves.