Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Fashion, turn to the left, fashion turn to the right

In honour of Fashion Week, and Fashion Week redux (here in Toronto, our week is stretched through a month), I'm featuring some fashion related links:


The second edition of WomenXWomen is on Thursday. But don't worry, if you don't have an invite to the opening, you can check out the public exhibition, details are on the site. I'm looking forward to this edition, especially for Renata's Death Valley shoot (trust me it will be awesome). The video below is the outtakes, and you can take a look at the official trailer here. Also, be sure to lookout for the Yuppie's edition of WomenXWomen, called YuppieXYuppie, naturally. What will it be about? I haven't decided yet, but it may include hipster tattoos (a conversation my hairdresser knows all too well).

16w21 is designer Zac Posen's first residential project which will be located in the Ladies' Mile High district in Manhattan. The promotion is the racy, voyeuristic but aimed at the proper target. And, in more ways than one, it evokes the truth. (via: designboom)

Burberry goes 3D on the runway, NADA goes 3D instead of a runway show and Cassette Playa opts for augmented reality during their runway show.

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