Saturday, August 11, 2012

District Fashion Show!

Ciao everyone! It feels like it's been forever since my last blog post, but I'm back now with an exciting event to share with all of you. A couple of my very good friends from Toronto have been working extremely hard with a committee of young and talented professionals in helping organize District Fashion Show which will be debuting on September 28-29 2012.

The committee was formed under PAGES, which is a non-profit organization that works within the Armenian community in Toronto. Their mission is to raise funds for several charities, which also includes the A.R.S Armenian School and Free the Children

District Fashion Show is collaborating with some of the trendiest boutiques in the Toronto area, such as Tabula Rasa, B.Spoke, TSOQ, and Dana Jordan to name a few. The show will also have their very own editorial featured in Cosmopolitan Armenia, which is remarkable! 

Here's an exclusive sneak peek...

Executive Pages Committee
Photographer: Misha Teixeira

"It is through working with such talent that District will bring to life visions embracing a baroque Viennese bal masqué in rock and roll, 1950’s Brooklyn swag, the robotic quirk of Tokyo, and contemporary Parisian panache."

Jewelry provided by Dana Jordan

"District has placed great importance in supporting Torontonian fashion entrepreneurs through showcasing their merchandise in the show as well as in an irresistibly swanky Lookbook. As a group of young professionals, the District Executive recognizes the significance of encouraging entrepreneurship and promoting local business, fostering economic growth and development in the City of Toronto."

Photo credits: Raffi Tutundjian 

 For more details and information, you can visit their official website as well as their Facebook page! Stay tuned for photos from the show ;)



  1. wonderfullllllllllll! thanks girl you're a star! xox

  2. hey i just nominated you for the liebster blog award! well done! xx

  3. What a great event!!! Take care always :)

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