Randi Bergman is a Toronto-based freelance writer, editor currently contributing to a wide range of publications and magazines, such as The Globe, The Cut, Vogue.com, The kit. Just to name a few (the list is really long).
Prior to her freelance career, Randi was the Executive Digital Editor at FASHION Canada and during her time there, she won the best website at the P&G Fashion and Beauty Awards for four consecutive awards. Recently, she also has taken on a new role as a podcaster and is sharing her love and obsession with the 90s on Capsule 98.
During our chat, Randi is taking us from Toronto to New York to Paris and sharing the glamour, the ugly, the beauty of Fashion Weeks. She unapologetically expresses her love for tacky fashion and trash cinema and walks us though how she navigates in a fancy fashion world with her unwillingness to be fake and her unique point of view on fashion, art and culture.
Randi is wearing a Monki mesh dress (pink).
Photography: Vai Yu Law
"The grass is always greener on the other side. My mom has this expression that probably her grandmother said, that if everybody were to put their problems out, everybody would just take their own back. Nobody would want anybody else's. So no matter how shitty you think your life is, someone else's life is always shittier. " Randi Bergman