Shot in the historical Rialto theatre by a team of Montreal creatives, Drama Fatigue portrays a young actress captivated by life on the stage.
Liminul Magazine presents Hug Me Tie. In response to society’s deeply ingrained perceptions of gender roles, this editorial emerges with a profound purpose: to dismantle these stereotypes and challenge the prevailing notion that men are the sole embodiment of industriousness, professionalism, and dominance, while women’s contributions in the workplace are often undermined and dismissed.
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.
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 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.
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.
The location for this season’s Anna Bolina runway show is a nondescript windowed room off the J train in Lower Manhattan.
Electric: A Celebration of Womanhood champions the empowerment of black women through the rise of icons. In the vein of Rihanna, Beyonce, Naomi Campbell, Megan Thee Stallion and more, Electric honours women of colour who have paved the way in media, eschewing representations of black women as “aggressive” “strong” and “intimidating”; instead showcasing their creativity, personal style, and entrepreneurship.