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Canadian fashion marketplace taking over 99 Sudbury

If you mixed World MasterCard Fashion Week with the One Of A Kind Show, the result would look very much like INLAND, a brand-new fashion event that brings the work of Canada's best up-and-coming designers to a massive marketplace. (Well, you'd get that, or dresses made of needle-felted catnip toys on a runway paved with artisanal soap.)

Taking over 99 Sudbury this upcoming Saturday and Sunday, the INLAND marketplace features 80 designers, with many of the creators on-site to chat with shoppers and fashion fans. Local shopping picks include the colourful, understated jewelry of Moonlight for Violet, Hilary MacMillan's runway-approved designs, sleek outdoor gear from OSC Cross, and pieces by Jennifer Torosian geared toward the career girl with attitude.

The rest of Canada's also represented, including a strong showing from Montreal, thanks to the unimpeachable cool of Norwegian Wood and the vintage-inspired Rachel F. Tickets to this smorgasbord of style are $10 online or $12 at the door.

Photo from Cantin


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