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Paris Pop-Up | Afro-Polis

In Paris? Then head to the Afro-Polis Pop-Up Boutique. Only open until Tuesday 8 October, it brings together some of the finest African-inspired designers from around the world and was co-curated by Afro-Polis founder Pierre-Christophe Gam and Helen Jennings.  659 more words

#MasqueradeTO Behind the Scenes Part 3 (Fitting and Rehearsal)

The last of the behind the scenes series for Chinedesign’s Masquerade which took  place in February. Thanks for making it a huge success! Full coverage of the show will be released this summer.

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#MasqueradeTO Behind the Scenes Part 2 (Couture Kitchen)

A behind the scenes taste of what’s cooking in the couture kitchen for Chinedesign’s Masquerade collection debuting at #MasqueradeTO February 15, 2013.

This video is the second in a series documenting the creative process leading up to the event. 23 more words

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#MasqueradeTO Behind the Scenes Part 1 (Promo shoot)

A behind the scenes look at a photo shoot with two working pieces from Chinedesign’s Masquerade collection debuting at #MasqueradeTO February 15, 2013. This video is the first in a series documenting the creative process leading up to the event. 14 more words

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Sneak Peek: The Making of the Marrakesh Collection

“It’s around 8:30PM on Friday. Less than a week before the Marrakesh collection is launched in DC and less than three days before I have to leave Toronto. 141 more words

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Tonight (Thursday). AFTER HOURS | Party and Buy Sh*t!


If you happen to be in downtown Toronto tonight(Thursday) for the launch of the film festival or for the city’s first Fashion’s Night Out, come check us out at the “After Hours” party (and buy sh*t) we’ll be throwing with Sauvage (inside their shoe boutique at 639 Queen St W), photographer Raissa Biscotti and DJ Dirty Dale. 37 more words

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QueenWestaFrica - We're shooting again!

The first SUPAFRIK pop-up at Kensington Market, Toronto had a photography component in the form of the Afro-Vintage Time Machine which payed tribute to the seminal works of Malian photographers Seydou Keita and Malick Sidibe. 144 more words

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