Toronto Fashion Week – a eventuality celebrating a wellspring of talent that Canadian conform has to offer – will lapse in partnership with RE/SET for a third deteriorate in a row. From Sep 2nd to 4th, Toronto’s Yorkville Village will renovate itself into a bustling heart for runway shows, live tapings of a Fashion Talks podcast hosted by CBC publisher Donna Bishop, and a RE/SET engineer showroom, a shoppable showcase featuring some of a country’s many covetable designers.
In further to ogle-able clothes, there is already an exciting, star-studded, eventuality on a schedule. Opening night coincides with a launch celebration of The Endings, a collaborative print book between Toronto it-girl photographer Caitlin Cronenberg and Toronto-born set engineer Jessica Ennis. The book chronicles stories of breakups, both genuine and imagined, and facilities some of a many distinguished actresses of a time such as Julianne Moore, Keira Knightley, Paz de la Huerta, and Danielle Brooks.
“Toronto Fashion Week has been such an critical function for a city and has been a partial of my life for so many years. The approach a eventuality supports internal talent and works tough to build adult and behind a conform and humanities stage in Toronto is excellent and we felt it was a ideal place to launch The Endings,” Cronenberg pronounced in a statement. “We adore that we can share this for a initial time with a hometown and with an extraordinary village of artists.”
This deteriorate also outlines a commencement of a new partnership between Toronto Fashion Week and Canadian Alliance of Film and Television Costume Arts and Design (CAFTCAD). The ensuing exhibition, From Concept to Creation: An Exhibition of Canadian Costume Art and Design, will go on arrangement during Yorkville Village on Sep 4th.
See we there!