Toronto’s longest running multi-arts fashion week Fashion Art Toronto today announced details for its four-day Fall fashion showcase. Running Thursday, November 16 through Sunday, November 19, the event will take place at Black Creek Assembly (131 McCormack St), a 20,000 square foot industrial warehouse in Toronto’s Junction neighbourhood.
In the bustling Ville de Montreal, where the cosmopolitan vibe blends seamlessly with a rich cultural heritage, creatives are redefining the Canadian fashion landscape with their unique perspectives on diversity.
FIGHT CLUB features work from Canadian
artists Kelly Ann Panagakos, Alexis Monet, Raphaël
Gagnon and Sebastian Kent. An homage to David
Fincher’s 1999 Fight Club, this shoot revisits themes
such as masculinity, rebellion, and identity.
Undeniably, bagels have become a symbol of Montreal culture, and a point of great contention for New York Bagel lovers (Montreal bagels are superior FYI), but what if eating them isn’t enough to express one’s love for Montreal’s most famed alimentary export?
Wishing to reveal the constant motion of our deep desire to move onward while showcasing the tension it creates within ourselves; Notching reveals the act of stumbling with elegance, pride, and excitement.
Montreal designer Gabriel Drolet-Maguire‘s uncanny signature style is about shining a light on aspects of life that normally remain in shadow.