- Origins, Mediums & Inspiration
Victoria Lebrun is an independent designer based in Antwerp, Belgium. Born in France in 1998 – Lebrun studied literature, science and fine arts for 2 years in Paris before making the decision to enroll in the Royal Academy Of Fine Arts in Antwerp in 2018 for Fashion Design.
Liminul Studios Presents ‘Bow Down To Me’ – a collaborative visual project born from artists currently working, living and creating in Toronto & Montreal.
The Fabricant is an Amsterdam-based digital-only fashion house that fuses reality with a digital scape where a hybrid aesthetic of both universes exist and evolve.
Master of Brutality is a group exhibition of experimental objects curated by Jean-Michel Gadoua and New Studio. Inaugurated by two subsequent shows in Williamsburg and Montreal, the exhibition celebrates raw materials and spontaneous gestures as an antidote to impersonal manufacturing.
AI Fashion is slowly but surely taking over. Rapidly growing in popularity and interest, the first AI Fashion Week was held last week in NYC, and as interest in the power of AI blooms amongst the fashion community and consumers – the technology which supports it develops further, expanding creative potential and disturbing the fashion space.
In the 1980s, much to everyone’s surprise – a young Miuccia Prada boldly opted to introduce a nylon range into Prada’s accessories, ditching the traditional leather accessories selection to include a material that had since been excluded from luxury altogether.
Meg Cule, also known by her internet alias @desperateidiot on instagram is an artist and writer based in Montreal, Quebec. Through varying mediums of creative exploration, namely free verse poetry, visual art, tattooing, lyric composition and printmaking – Cule has explored the depths of her artistic curiosities for years, always finding writing to be her most natural manifestation of truth.
Beauty and fashion are constantly influenced by history, trends are reborn and reimagined through modern lenses – subverting gender roles, reappropriating stereotypes, and shifting perspectives of beauty.