Blu's President Kerry Tham on Global News Calgary, Spotlighting Modern Women's Fashion with Marie Saint Pierre

A Morning of Fashion Insights and Inspiration


On an early Saturday morning, Blu's President, Kerry Tham, was lucky enough to be invited to the set of Global News Calgary, bringing with her an air of sophistication and insight into the world of modern women's fashion. The segment delved into the essence of what it means for women to express their individual uniqueness through fashion. Kerry, with her innate understanding of style and personal expression, highlighted how Blu's plays a pivotal role in this journey of self-discovery and confidence for women.

Blu's: A Beacon of Individuality

At the heart of Blu's mission is the belief that fashion is more than just clothing; it's a medium through which women can express their unique identities. Kerry articulated this vision with passion, emphasizing that Blu's is not just a boutique but a sanctuary where every woman can find something that speaks to her soul. "Fashion is an extension of our personality," Kerry noted, "and at Blu's, we're dedicated to helping women find the perfect piece that says, 'This is me.'"

Marie Saint Pierre: Architect of Elegance

The conversation took an inspiring turn as Kerry discussed Marie Saint Pierre, a name synonymous with elegance and innovation in the Canadian fashion scene. Known for her architectural approach to design, Marie Saint Pierre crafts clothing that transcends age and time, creating pieces that are as versatile as they are stunning. Kerry's admiration for Marie's work was palpable as she described the designer's ability to weave structure and fluidity into garments that empower women of all ages.

A Runway of Revolutionary Designs

The morning show's fashion segment was an exposition of creativity and style, showcasing a selection from Marie Saint Pierre's latest collection. Models sashayed across the studio, adorned in pieces that exemplified the designer's signature blend of architectural design and wearable art. Highlights included a sculptural scuba dress and a cotton scuba jacket, each piece telling a story of strength, elegance, and modernity. Kerry's commentary provided viewers with a deeper understanding of the intention behind each design, celebrating the innovation that Marie Saint Pierre brings to the Canadian fashion landscape.


Fireside Chat with Marie Saint Pierre: A Must-Attend Event

The spotlight then shifted to the eagerly awaited "Fireside Chat with Marie Saint Pierre," set to take place at Blu's store in Southcentre Mall, Calgary, on Thursday, 21 March 2024. Kerry extended a warm invitation to fashion aficionados and curious minds alike to join in on a conversation with the esteemed designer. This intimate event promises to be a deep dive into the world of fashion design, creativity, and the stories behind Marie Saint Pierre's illustrious career. For those interested in attending, details and tickets are available on Eventbrite

A Reflection on Fashion's Evolving Roles

Fashion has a transformative power.  Kerry’s comments: "Fashion is an ever-evolving dialogue between our inner selves and the world. Through events like our Fireside Chat and collaborations with designers like Marie Saint Pierre, Blu's is proud to be a part of that conversation, championing individuality and expression in every form.”

Join Us in Celebrating Fashion and Individuality

The Blu’s team appearance on Global News Calgary was an exciting moment for our company and a reminder for us to embrace uniqueness through fashion. The upcoming event with Marie Saint Pierre is a testament to Blu's commitment to enriching the fashion dialogue in Canada and beyond.


Stay tuned to our website for exclusive photos from the TV studio and a captivating video of the morning show's fashion segment. Let's continue to celebrate the beauty of individual expression together.


Blu's invites you to be part of this exciting journey in fashion. For more stories, insights, and updates on our events, keep an eye on our website and follow us on social media.