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What’subb with U.S.Girls x La fille d’O

While we’re all stuck at home trying to flatten that curve, Subbacultcha is bringing this common slumber party to the next level! So take a break from your DIY projects, gently exit the online yoga class, reschedule sourdough starter feeding to later and keep up personally with the most interesting artists of the moment.

Join us on Zoom for an online chat with these artists. All Subba members are welcome!


For more than a decade, Meghan Remy has been making music under the name of Toronto-based experimental pop project U.S. Girls. Murielle Scherre, Ghent-based entrepreneur, started lingerie line La fille d’O almost 20 years ago as a way to put out guilt-free underwears that are locally made, built-to-last aesthetics and most importantly recognizing and pleasing any body types and colours.

Whether it is in Murielle’s series of intimate stories where she explores the acceptance of her models and their body, or in Meghan’s poignant political and feminist lyrics, both use their artistic outlets to advocate an underlying message tackling revolting institutionalized norms. The two have actually already met via one of Murielle’s stories on her website, where Meg leads a deep self-introspection of herself and her alter-egos. The date for episode 2 is now set, are you ready to join the party?

 

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20:00 - TBA

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While we’re all stuck at home trying to flatten that curve, Subbacultcha is bringing this common slumber party to the next level! So take a break from your DIY projects, gently exit the online yoga class, reschedule sourdough starter feeding to later and keep up personally with the most interesting artists of the moment.

Join us on Zoom for an online chat with these artists. All Subba members are welcome!


For more than a decade, Meghan Remy has been making music under the name of Toronto-based experimental pop project U.S. Girls. Murielle Scherre, Ghent-based entrepreneur, started lingerie line La fille d’O almost 20 years ago as a way to put out guilt-free underwears that are locally made, built-to-last aesthetics and most importantly recognizing and pleasing any body types and colours.

Whether it is in Murielle’s series of intimate stories where she explores the acceptance of her models and their body, or in Meghan’s poignant political and feminist lyrics, both use their artistic outlets to advocate an underlying message tackling revolting institutionalized norms. The two have actually already met via one of Murielle’s stories on her website, where Meg leads a deep self-introspection of herself and her alter-egos. The date for episode 2 is now set, are you ready to join the party?

 

 

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