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Freedom Fash Bash


Freedom Clothing organizers packed the Revival on Thursday night for their first fashion show. With half the proceeds going to benefit the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre, Toronto's fashion-forward turned out in force to get a first look at the cutting-edge designs and support a good cause.

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The designs ran the gamut from cute and subtle to wild and daring, but all lived up to their shop's aim of freedom of creative expression. Freedom (939 Bloor St. West) features clothes from over 40 rotating local designers, so you're bound to find something there that says "you".

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Toronto's Galaxy and Pony Da Look performed before and after the runway show, followed by all out dance madness. Additional photos of the bands, fashion and event can be seen HERE.

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