Wearable Art Fashion Show – Pictures
It was on a breezy night that the first (and hopefully annual) Wearable Art Show took place, at the Studio 10 King (Avenue Art) in the Old Montreal.
Montreal emerging artists, designers, models and volunteers came together to support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada
, help raise funds and increase awareness.
We are up for an electrifying night of excitement and Wearable Art Fashion, see all the designs after the jump
, doors finally opened to the public, guests rushed inside the gallery, where a soft pink and purple lighting gave a modern and feminine touch to the gallery.
Coat checked, Media passes ready, photographer Costa K positioned: we are all set for some Fashion Action. Guests mingled, enjoying a Cup of champagne and mini hors d’oeuvre, while DJ Fadel kept things grooving with his sound.
, judges are now seated – Katrin Leblond
Montreal Designer, Nadya Toto
Montreal Designer, Josh & David
from JoshuaDavid Boutique, Stephan Leduc
from Dress To Kill Magazine, ready to enjoy the show and evaluate the Designs.
Fishnet, Foil, Newspaper, melted vinyl records, garbage bags, can tops, blue tooth, cell phones and lights were amongst materials used by the Designers to create their looks.
A series of “WOW “, “Awwww“, “Ohhh noooo…” and “hmmm, euh…what is this?” could be heard whenever a garment came down on the runway.
First series of Runway Looks -
This was no conventional fashion show. Hair, make up and material used to create the looks were original and unexpected. Some looks were definitely more wearable than the others, but all very artistic.
Designers let loose to create these wearable art pieces, offering a show were talent, passion and originality merged to perfection. More pictures coming next, plus, we will reveal what Wearable Art Creation won the Electric City challenge.
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