Style Profile- Fab & 40+ Edition: Kerstin Mulfinger

Name: Kerstin Mulfinger

Occupation: Self employed as project manager in the trade show industry, bridging the gap between Europe and North America

Age: Somebody smart said once women peak at the age of 39 and should just stay there. So I am 39 (again)

Lifestyle: Easy going as mom of a 3 year old with a twist of my design (architecture) background

 

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Stefie Denim Jacket/Dress from Montreal brand Soia & Kyo. Paralomis Tunic from Toronto desinger Jennifer Fukushima. Janine Crossbody Bag in Blue from Markham based Pixie Mood. Necklace made in Toronto by burfurtART  

 

What’s a typical day like for you?

Get the little one going, then have breakfast. After that, the day starts

 

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Arabella Stretch Cotton Jacket by Montreal brand Soia & Kyo. Midi Skirt in Bird Print – Olive from Toronto line Desserts and Skirts. Necklace by Lavishy (in-store only) 

 

What in your life is really important to you?

Having a balance between duty and pure silliness. 

 

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Pineapple Tunic by Toronto brand The Candi Factory. Kim Convertible Backpack in Taupe by Markham based Pixie Mood. Earrings by Toronto designer Torched Studio 

 

What would you like to be remembered for?

My laughter – my nickname is “Sonnenschein”which translates into sunshine

 

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Coleanthus Cardigan in Green Tweed by Toronto designer Jennifer Fukushima. Daiquiri Cami in White from Montreal brand Rien Ne Se Perd.  Kim Convertible Backpack in Blue (seen here as a purse) by Markham based Pixie Mood. Necklace by Toronto designer Torched Studio.

 

What role does fashion play in your life?

It’s part of how I represent myself

 

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Bat Wing Top in Black by Montreal label Advika. Moose Print Leggings from Toronto brand The Candi Factory. Necklace made in Toronto by burfurtART. Bracelet from Niagara based designer Jon Klar (in-store only).  

 

What do you love about shopping at Fresh Collective?

They have some beautiful pieces which are off the mainstream

 

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Stefie Denim Jacket/Dress from Montreal brand Soia & Kyo. Paralomis Tunic from Toronto desinger Jennifer Fukushima. Janine Crossbody Bag in Blue from Markham based Pixie Mood. Necklace made in Toronto by burfurtART 

 

What was your favourite outfit from your shoot?

The pineapple dress. I bought it afterwards and wear it a lot.

 

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Arabella Stretch Cotton Jacket by Montreal brand Soia & Kyo. Midi Skirt in Bird Print – Olive from Toronto line Desserts and Skirts. Necklace by Lavishy (in-store only) 

 

Being an international trade show project manager communicating between Europe & North America must keep you very busy. How do you find time to be that as well as an amazing Mother to your 3 year old little boy?

Only with the support of my husband and his parents – great, amazing grandparents – as usual a big chunk goes to grandma. She gives back now what help she got from her mom. I want to continue that one day.

 

SP5Pineapple Tunic by Toronto brand The Candi Factory. Kim Convertible Backpack in Taupe by Markham based Pixie Mood. Earrings by Toronto designer Torched Studio 

 

What do you have that you want to promote?  

If you ever need someone for a trade show either in North America or in Europe, just call me. I will explain what the difference is and might be able to help you finding the right people to work with.

 

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Coleanthus Cardigan in Green Tweed by Toronto designer Jennifer Fukushima. Daiquiri Cami in White from Montreal brand Rien Ne Se Perd.  Kim Convertible Backpack in Blue (seen here as a purse) by Markham based Pixie Mood. Necklace by Toronto designer Torched Studio.

 

Where can people find you on social media?

Either at Facebook with my full name or on my website www.mulfi.ca

 

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Bat Wing Top in Black by Montreal label Advika. Moose Print Leggings from Toronto brand The Candi Factory. Necklace made in Toronto by burfurtART. Bracelet from Niagara based designer Jon Klar (in-store only)

 

 

 

 

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