Four years after Studying Interior Design in Montreal, Pierce found himself on a photo shoot assisting stylists and discovered the relationship between design and fashion. He then made his way to props and sets and hasn’t looked back.

“I always find it interesting to have to work as a sort of chameleon and appeal to the many different aesthetics of the client or art director I’m working with.  That’s what keeps my job so fascinating, no two shoots are the same, keeps me on my toes.”

 He knows the metro system like the back of his hand and always strikes up a conversation with his Über driver.  When sourcing props he is willing to sift through vintage shops for days or carry a piano on his back.  

 He always shows up on set with a smile and a willingness to learn.


Isabelle Havasy a grandi à Montréal et se passionne pour la mode depuis toujours. Enfant, elle confectionnait déjà des vêtements pour ses poupées, et les agençait afin de donner à chacune un style unique.

Plus tard, elle s’oriente vers le design de mode et entreprend des études au Collège Marie-Victorin. Sélectionnée pour l’excellence de ses résultats, elle réalise un stage chez l’un des plus grands producteurs de fourrure d’élevage au monde : Saga Furs, au Danemark. Après l’obtention de son diplôme, en 1998, elle entre sur le marché du travail et explore différentes facettes de l’industrie du vêtement : production, design, achats et vente. Elle se perfectionne en suivant des cours en commercialisation de la mode à l’UQAM.

À partir de 2000, Isabelle Havasy travaille à la pige comme assistante et comme styliste dans les milieux de la vidéo, de la publicité, de la télévision et du cinéma. Elle collabore avec des stylistes de Montréal, Londres et New York.

En 2011, elle met de côté son travail d’assistanat pour se consacrer entièrement au stylisme. Depuis, les projets se succèdent. Elle réalise entre autres des contrats pour le groupe Aldo, Reitmans, le magazine Clin d’œil et Steelx, et participe au Toronto Fashion Incubator, où elle stylise la collection de Patrick Larrivée. En 2012, elle s’associe à l’agence Judy Inc., qui la représente à Montréal et à Toronto.

Tout en poursuivant sa carrière professionnelle, elle pousse plus loin sa passion pour la culture et l’histoire en complétant une mineure en études italiennes à l’Université de Montréal. « Chaque saison, l’Italie a une influence majeure sur notre style, et l’italien est une des langues de la mode, au même titre que le français et l’anglais. »

Professionnelle et soucieuse du détail, Isabelle Havasy est à l’écoute du client, et crée des styles basés sur une recherche solide. Sa signature : un stylisme créatif, épuré et toujours féminin.

Depuis 2012, elle amorce une collaboration avec la Place Ville-Marie et rédige une série de chroniques tendances et de capsules rétro.


Tricia Hall is known for her sleek, modern, urban styling, and her love of colour and texture. Her work is a highlight as part of Sunny Fong’s line, VAWK, considered one of the top shows at MasterCard World Fashion Week aka Toronto Fashion Week. 

Tricia’s creative path began with visual arts early in her life before leading to fashion design and construction, visual merchandising and eventually a position as an in-house off-figure stylist at a photo studio working for a nationwide client. She then tried her hand at  photography. Her desire to create looks rather than capture images sent her back to styling, her true love. This desire has led her to work with clients in the United States and Canada including the Hudson’s Bay Company, Holt Renfrew, Target US and Dress to Kill magazine. 

“I quickly gave up [photography],” says Tricia. “But with that knowledge, the experience of working with talented photographers, along with a fashion construction background, I found it made me a better stylist.”

Her work has given her the opportunity to work with photographers Alvaro Goveia, Felix Wong, Joseph Saraceno, Lily & Lilac, Owen Bruce, Zhang Jingna and Koby, to name just a few.


After studying contemporary painting and installation art at the Ontario College of Art and Design, Rodney’s passion for design soon drew him to the world of fashion. As a menswear and off figure stylist for Holt Renfrew’s flagship store he spent nearly a decade honing his craft through window installations and large events.
His career then blossomed to manage visual teams across the country for Caban, coordinating with buyers and Ralph Lauren International.
A styling post afterward with Joseph Mimran and Associates gave him the opportunity to work closely with well-respected designers and photographers to further develop the packaging for President’s Choice Home.
Rodney now happily works as a stylist with the team at Judy Inc to expand and share his knowledge of fashion, design and the image making process.


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“Off-Figure Stylist…What is that exactly?”

Michelle Burca understands why people inquire further about her line of work.  She did not know this specialty job even existed until a colleague proposed that it might just fit with her creative nature.  Now, 15 years later, she continues to thrive in this little known field with passion and flair.

She openly admits to not having any formal post secondary education and takes pride in being primarily self-taught.  Burca, as most clients end up calling her by her last name once comfortable, started out as a presser at one of the largest studios in the city, and worked her way up to senior stylist in about 2 years.  It was back in the days of film, which provided an excellent backdrop to strengthen & diversify her skill set – no quick clicks in Photoshop then.

The creative process of bringing a client’s ideas to life is what fuels her. The eclectic and brilliant crews she partners with are what she loves most. And she never compromises the quality of her work – no matter the budget or time frame.

Based out of her hometown Toronto, this city girl collaborates with a myriad of clients via ads, editorial, web, and commercial.   A few of those include Hudson’s Bay, Winners, Birks, Holt Renfrew,  & Fashion Magazine.

When she’s not styling up the latest vision for a client, she enjoys the simple things and likes to push herself out of her comfort zone.  She cooks, dances in her disco kitchen, loves nature, vinyl, instagram, and is starting up a colouring club for adults.  She’s run every distance from 5k to marathon and now unfortunately suffers from RBS Syndrome, also known as Triathlete.