Danielle Meder Illustration

Fashion Bites - April 17th,, 2008

Welcome to Fashion Bites, a weekly round-up of fashion news in Toronto.

The TFI New Labels Fashion Design Competition kicks off the Elle Show at the Direct Energy Centre on April 24, 2008.
LFTO Knitivism is looking for knitted items to donate to Jessie's Centre for Teenagers and Anduhyaun Emergency Women's Shelter. They are looking for hats, mitts, scarves, slippers, children toys, blankets, baby clothes and other baby stuff. Donations can be dropped off at the following locations:
West Side Stories - 1499 Dundas West
Red Tent Sisters 810 Danforth Ave
Ryerson Women's Centre, Jorgenson Hall Please call ahead. 416-979-5255 ext.2350.

The Damzels are premiering their Spring Collection today. Head down to the Queen East shop and enjoy cocktails while you shop. 5pm - 8pm.

Afiya Francisco at LouLou met shoe designer Stuart Weitzman.

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Danielle has an illustration in Elle Canada. Well done!

Ice Age Heat Wave recalls [FAT] modeling stories.

Do you even like fashion?!

TorontoStyle.net tips readers off to the upcoming fashion event called Fashion Has No Borders by the Caribbean Fashion Canada Inc.

The Style Box has a post about How to get a Job in Fashion.

La Femme visited the Costume Institute at the Met. Her pictures are beautiful. I'm jealous. It was closed when I was last at the Met.

Photo: finalfashion.ca


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