April 15-20, 2020
6pm - 11pm
585 Dundas Street East
Fashion Art Toronto 2020 media registration will open Feb. 20th, 2020
Please email MICHELLE EASTON at firstname.lastname@example.org
YOU MUST include the following information in your email:
- Publication or Social Media Handle
- Links to relevant articles
Due to the high number of blogger applications we receive each season, we ask that each blogger fulfills certain requirements. To receive accreditation please provide evidence of the following:
- Examples of relevant editorial content and/or articles
- An active blog, online presence and social media account
Accreditation will be provided to digital influencers who cover fashion/art/toronto-centric lifestyle events AND have a minimum of 15K followers.
While we appreciate the high number of offers for volunteer photography, Fashion Art Toronto has an in-house photography team. If you wish to photograph the event, please purchase the appropriate ticket here.
Fashion Art Toronto is attended by a large number of people that make up Toronto’s fashion industry, and help to make this annual event possible. As such, week long guest passes are available at a discounted rate: http://fashionarttoronto.ca/buy-tickets/
FASHION ART TORONTO 2018
Toronto’s most uninhibited & multi-sensory runway returns April 17-21, 2018
Fashion Art Toronto presents its annual, immersive fashion experience: five-nights of experimental and multi-sensory runway shows, live performances, film, photography + art. Expect the most titillating showcase yet, as art and fashion merge with technology, fantasy, sound and visual stimuli across 40+ shows and presentations.
The 2018 theme, CONNECT, looks at the modern social environment and explores communication, connecting and relationships in the face of technology and global exchange.
Tuesday, April 17 | CONNECTED
In Spite of Sirens, a large-scale performative installation by artist Olayide Abiola, transforms participants to be both witness and character, providing guests with their first immersion of #FAT2018; Mitra Ghavamian, known for transforming modern day issues into thought-provoking wearable art statements, unveils Nostalgia; award-winning multidisciplinary artist Vessna Perunovich‘s exploration into connectedness comes to life on the runway; and wedding dress designer, Najla Rahimi, showcases an ultra feminine collection adorned in couture details.
Wednesday, April 18 | DISCONNECTED
Disruption, dysfunction and tension dominate the night, with internationally acclaimed designer, Aroshna Makanojia exploring the transformative nature of garments; Stevie Crowne presents glam rock upcycling at its finest; blurring the lines between gender and genre, Maxhole performs a track from his new record; and Amplify Apparel will evoke all senses with Disorder, an artful and chaotic deep look into mental illness.
Thursday, April 19 | GLOBAL WEB
A night of global influences and cultural bonds, Fashion Art Toronto presents Mexican designer, Bvisage’s intricate pieces that entwine handicraft with elegant patchwork; the positive representation that is breaking stereotypes of Muslim women from Black Orchid; artisanal and conceptual Indian-inspired, boho looks from House of Poplyn; and an energetic performance from D!XON.
Friday, April 20 | COLLECTIVE CONSCIOUSNESS
Featuring experimental collaborations and empowering explorations in fashion; including Mic Carter of L’Uomo Strano & Natalissa Da Silva’s presentation of cosmopolitan bodies and QPOC voices; Tala Nehlawi’s embroidered Syrian poetry; and a fashionable, theatrical, and gender-bending performance from The Coven.
Saturday, April 21 | LOVE LINK
Opulence and high fashion reign for the last night of Fashion Art Toronto, with exquisite collections from Diseiye, Nary Aref & Steven Lejambe; Baroque-inspired, couture corsetry is paraded in grandiose style at Bone & Busk; and award-winning Swiss visual performance artist, Genevieve Favre Petroff, synchronizes her high-tech, 16th century costume with her voice.
The event is produced with the support of the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council. We would also like to thank venue sponsor Artscape, hair sponsors Spellbound Hair Design & Lisa Tuff, Rachel Jones B Pretty Makeup, Steam Whistle Brewery, VQA Wines, the photography and videography teams of Tarsipix, Indipro and NXTLVL and all the front-of-house and behind the scenes volunteers.
Daniels Spectrum, 585 Dundas Street East
April 17-21, 2018 from 5:30pm-11:30pm daily
$15 Student, $45 Day, $95 Week
CAMPAIGN IMAGE CREDITS
SOCIAL MEDIA SHARING