When a creative colour artist turns her mountain scapes into fabric, the entire skiwear industry is disrupted.

Wife of Crazy Canuck Olympian Dave Irwin, Lynne Harrison has been running an eclectic art studio and creative clothing shop in her home town of Canmore since May 2015. Starting with paintings, prints and postcards, she morphed her mountain motif into printed bike, running and watersports clothing first and then, this season, moved into the Alchemy of Ride range of ski jackets, pants, vests, one-piece Nordic outfits, and wickable under layers for men and women. “It is about sharing colour and fun and happiness,” says Harrison. “Alchemy is the ancient process of turning base metal into gold and The Ride is a metaphor for life.”

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